Sunday, February 22, 2015

Puff Fluff - Beauty Tip ft. Laura Geller

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Powder foundation can be amazing.  Once you have found the right one for your skin type it can provide natural coverage without looking cakey or overdone.  If you use the right tools it can look flawless... but what if your skin isn't?  We all face blemishes from time to time.  If you don't rely on a full-coverage foundation it can be difficult to hide them without an obvious build-up of product.  Well, The Beauty Puff is here with a long-lasting option that will hopefully help the next time your skin decides to be "not so flawless."

Products needed:  Concealer, concealer brush (optional), translucent powder, fluffy powder brush, powder foundation, foundation brush.


- Start with a clean face

- Moisturize skin, letting it absorb completely

- Apply primer (moisturizing is best!)

The Beauty Puff's pick - Laura Geller's Spackle

- Conceal trouble spot(s) using a stippling motion (no wiping!) with a matte finish concealer

- Set concealed area(s) with a very light layer of translucent powder

- Apply powder foundation as usual but tap/stipple over concealed area

The key to this technique is proper moisturization so attention isn't drawn to the concealed area.  The translucent powder ensures long-lasting coverage without a thick layer of product.  You want to conceal/blur trouble spots with minimal product to keep looking as natural as possible.

This may not seem like rocket science to many, but this tip can help you feel confident all day long while still letting your natural beauty shine through.  Want to see the rest of The Beauty Puff's picks for everyday products?  Find them here!

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