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Makeup Artist Skin Care Beauty Secrets!!!

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  • Traditional cleansers may not get skin 100% clean if you wear full-coverage foundation or SPF 45 (or higher) sunscreen. Try a cleansing oil. Massage it over dry skin to dissolve hard-to-remove products (waterproof). After, use a regular cleanser to wash your face.
  • If you have dry skin that is flaky, try changing up your routine and washing your face with a dandruff shampoo instead of your regular cleanser once a month, this reduces the yeast levels that cause scaly skin.
  • Use a creamy cleanser that contains niacin to help with dark spots. Niacin has been proven to increase cell turnover, ridding the skin of dead cells that contain excess pigment. For best results, apply the cleanser directly to dry skin, then rinse. Other ingredients that lighten are Kojic acid, Vitamin C, and Licorice root.
  • For stubborn eye makeup, first, saturate a cotton pad (it’s less abrasive than a cotton ball) with an oil-based remover. Press over eyes for 30 seconds before gently wiping away, then regular cleanser. If you have dry skin, just wipe away excess oil with your cotton pad, allowing a bit to remain on the skin to moisturize it.
  • Remove long-wearing lipstick by dipping a Q-tip in an oil-based eye makeup remover and rubbing it over lips. If the color is still stuck, try the same trick using a baby toothbrush.
  • Clean your cell phone with antibacterial wipes to prevent chin and cheek breakouts. Ideally, you should do it every morning, but if that’s too much, aim for once a week.
  • To rid makeup brushes of products that can clog pores, aim to wash them with a clarifying shampoo once a week.
  • Apply skin care treatment products in order of thinnest to thickest formulations so that the thicker products don’t prevent lighter ones from working their magic.
  • If retinoids make your skin too dry, try using them at night, when your oil production surges. Formulas with soothing vitamin E and green tea also help minimize dryness.
  • Fight wrinkles in 3 steps – 1. Use an exfoliating alpha-hydroxy cleanser in the morning, then a serum with hyaluronic acid, which has a plumping effect, to fill in lines. 2. Next, shield skin from the sun (alpha-hydroxy make skin extra photosensitive) and use antioxidants to neutralize the free radicals that contribute to aging. Apply an antioxidant day cream with an SPF of 30 or higher. 3. At night, focus on repair. Use your morning cleanser, then an anti-aging night cream with retinol to stimulate collagen production.
  • Reduce a pimple’s redness by spritzing a small amount of nasal decongestant on the blemish. The spray is designed to lessen inflammation, will do the same for a pimple.
  • To get rid of blackheads, use a low-dose 5% benzoyl peroxide solution to kill bacteria and break down and remove dead cells. Then exfoliate with a salicylic acid buffing pad to gently polish the skin.
  • Moisturize within two to three minutes of showering to keep water from evaporating off your skin; oil-based lotions, creams, and gels are designed to trap water and work best when massaged into damp skin.

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