How did this happen? A distinctive line that separates your makeup from the rest of your face and neck usually means you didnt blend your makeup in enough. You might be using the wrong application tool, or your foundation could be so thick that it resists blending. To correct the issue, try one or more of these remedies:
• Use a slighty damp makeup brush or sponge to blend away the edges of your foundation and concealer.
• Carry the foundation coverage below your jaw, blending it into the skin of your neck, blend the concealer around your eyes into your foundation so that there are no distinct lines.
• Mix your foundation with water or moisturizer to thin it and to create a lighter, sheerer texture. which will help it bode with your skin.
All my blogging about mismatched foundation and having the correct shade of foundation just makes me think of makeup school. I had a lecturer who had a one-worded vocabulary which was “BLEND BLEND BLEND” which is what I seem to think I’m sounding like recently however if you’ve mastered the foundation application process, but your foundation still doesn’t look or feel right, wait for the rest of my blogs on the Makeup Mistakes series I will be writing to see if I have a solution for a problem you may have.
Once again, celebs prove time and time again that they (or should I say their makeup artists) are only human and I’m sure over the following pictures that some makeup artists got fired. Or it just proves to me that, you’re not allowed to be bitchy to your makeup artist! Wakaka! Your thoughts?