Ok Ladies so not everyone is a pro using makeup and sometimes picking a foundation can be so damn confusing.. Now first off you need to know your skin type..
Do i have a cool undertone? Warm? or Neutral?
Cool Undertone ~These colors are of your skin tone which is Pink/ Red /Rosy
under tones ~Most cool skin tones get sun burn ~You have blue
veins on your inner wrist or under eye ~Silver or platinum jewelry compliment your skin Warm Undertone ~Yellow or Red colors in you skin ~You have Olive, Honey, Golden,
undertones ~You tan easy if your a warm skintone ~Gold
Jewelry compliments your skin better Neutral
Undertones ~You have a nice blend of all of the colors Now after knowing your undertones its time to decide on how much coverage you are looking for. Sheer Coverage ~Slight Coverage.. ~ It will blur your minor imperfections and
even out and enhance your skin Medium Coverage ~This foundation covers minor imperfections on its own ~This coverage is most common, the skin still looks natural Medium to Full Coverage ~Very buildable coverage - Which means you can
apply your foundation like a medium coverage and go back and cover problem areas
again ~ Natural looking skin
with coverage Full Coverage ~Cover heavy scarring and discolorations ~Most pigmented foundation ~Used in dramatic makeup for the Appearance of Flawless
Skin Foundations come in different forms, its up to you to decide which looks and feels better on your skin. So i say try them all and see what suits you better. Liquid ~Liquid foundations are very popular, they blend very well ~Works well on normal, combination and dry skins ~Liquid foundations can give dewy, luminous or natural finishes depending on the type. ~Combination skins may use a loose powder to finish the look and prevent shine in the T-zone. ~They also have in almost all coverages Creme ~ Offer full coverage ~Are ideal for normal and dry skin, because they usually add moisture. ~They give a luminous finish which is flattering on dry, dull skins. Mousse ~Give the best finish on combination to oily skin ~They leave a powdery, matt finish. ~They are easy to apply ~Ideal everyday makeup and additional powder is not needed Powder/Mineral ~Oily and combination skin can use a powder over the foundation to help prevent shine.
~Oily skins will need to use powder across the whole face
~Pressed powders can be used as a complete foundation on oily skin
~Loose powders are the ideal finish to any foundation and help its staying power OKay so Ladies here it is.... My knowledge of foundations and i hope this works for you and helps you determine which is right for you.. If you have any questions you may contact me by sending me a message or commenting... Til next time dolls, Stay Beautiful!