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Foundation Tips For Your Skin Type!!!

If you have NORMAL skin, you can wear pretty much any formula of foundation for your face. If you are OILY skin, you want to stay away from a heavy, cream foundation. Listed below is a foundation chart to help you decide what foundation should match your skin type.

FOUNDATION CHART

  • Liquid – Light to medium coverage. Recommended for normal skin type. You want to apply with a sponge, brush, or your fingers.
  • Cream – Medium to heavy coverage. Recommended for dry skin type. Apply with a brush or sponge.
  • Powder – Medium coverage. Recommended for Oily skin type. Use with a dry sponge or large fluffy or dense (for more coverage) brush to apply.
  • Mineral – Light to medium coverage. Recommended for Normal to Dry skin. Use with a dense brush to apply.
  • Tinted Moisturizer – Sheer coverage. Recommended for Normal to Dry skin. Use fingers or a brush to apply.
  • Aerosol Air Brush Can – Medium to heavy coverage. Recommended for Normal skin. Use a sponge to apply, or spray a brush for heavier coverage.

 

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