Foundation

Bobbi Brown Tips

Prepping Your Skin For Foundation

Peach Fuzz Too Fuzzy?

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Being downier can present an unattractive problem with makeup. "Peach fuzz on the face can 'grab' powder and foundation," says Maria Verel, celebrity makeup artist. There are a couple of tricks to prevent that. Apply foundation the way you apply moisturizer: Rub it in and let it set (or dry), says Verel. Then buff it off with a cloth or a clean, slightly damp sponge. If you also wear powder (or a powder foundation), after application, lightly mist your face with water to settle the powder. You can just let that be, or pat it dry. Too much fuzz can indicate a hormone imbalance.

Want to See the Facial Hairs You're Missing?
Blot a mascara wand and then swipe it lightly around your mouth area. This will highlight all those unwanted hairs (in a certain light these can look like whiskers), making them easy to pluck. Other areas that might need a clean-up for better foundation application is the temples and jaw area near the ears.

 





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