Which one is matched? When it comes to makeup, that is the pressing question. With so many products at our disposal, looking for the right formulation of foundation, blush and
eye shadow is about as daunting as an Easter egg hunt at Disneyland. The key to success is assessing your own makeup goals and then seeing which type of makeup is the most
1.Find a supplier that sells raw mineral makeup materials from China Wholsale. Buy some powder base and some pigment. The pigment you buy will depend on what you are using the
powder for. If you are making a foundation face powder you will need to match you skin color as closely as possible.
2.Determine how much you will need to fill the container you’ll be putting it in. You can mix the base and pigment together in the container or in a separate glass bowl.
3.Pour in your base and pour in a little bit of the pigment, starting out slowly and adding a little at a time. Mix it and keep adding the pigment if necessary to achieve your
Know your skin type and a particular look to help with your choice.
When weeding through options for foundations, “It always comes down to skin type and the finish you want,” said Lori Taylor, the pro lead makeup artist at Smashbox Cosmetics.
Next, be clear about the type of finish you’re after. Do you want a matte, shimmer or sheer finish? Are you after a flawless look for evening? Powders look more natural because
they provide less coverage and have less pigment, making them great for those with genetically superior skin. Cream formulations tend to have tons of pigment and more coverage,
but tend not to last as long as powders. Then is the ease of application. Cream formulas can be applied and blended with fingers, whereas powders are more portable but need to
be applied with a brush. Even with all of these things considered, making the choice between a cream or powder product doesn’t have to be so cut and dry. Thanks to the
technological advances in the beauty industry, many cream formulas are now oil free, making them great for oily or acne-prone skin. And some powders, especially the mineral
ones, can work for drier skin types. Overall, said Taylor, “There is a cream and a powder for everyone.”
Weather is a factor, as well. A good idea is to change your foundation formula based on the climate in which you live and the season. A creamier foundation might make sense for
a New York winter, and a powder or a lightweight tinted moisturizer would suit an Arizona summer. As with any new beauty routine, ask for samples and test before committing.
The Three things of Trying New Makeup
Be consistent. Use the product consistently for at least a week. Many stores provide samples of beauty products, so take advantage of the opportunity to see what works before
committing to the full-size version.
Be picky. Just because you can get a sample, doesn’t mean you should. Only ask for samples of two or three products that might actually work for you so you can compare the
varieties from day to day. If you’re shopping for bronzer, try a matte formula, one with shimmer and perhaps a liquid formula.
Be realistic. Wear the product as you normally would, combining it with products you already use. If you’re trying out a lipstick, wear it with your normal makeup to see if it’s
a look that works for you.
Which Eye Shadow
Cream and powder eye shadows can create different effects.
Cream eye shadows have emerged in recent years, yet the most common complaint is that they crease and fade quickly. The easy fix is a primer, which preps the skin, allowing the
color to act more like a powder. Cream-to-powder formulations, so you get both the pigment and longevity. Some cream eye shadows come in a stick and can be applied directly to
the eyelid and blended with your fingers. Powder eye shadows can be applied with a brush or your fingertips and are especially good for creating a smoky eye.
Layer cream and powder blushes for an intense look.
Cream blushes are more pigmented and are great layered underneath a powder blush to add more intensity. As with the other types of makeup, choosing a powder or cream blush comes
down to the finish you want and your skin type. If you are acne prone, layering on too many creamy products could overwhelm your skin. If you’re trying out the statement blush
trend, a cream formula gives a nice glow. If you want to increase the intensity, layer a powder blush and blend.