When we apply makeup, dry and flaky skin is a problem that many of us have encountered. If you want a seamless finish, you must do good hydrating and moisturizing before applying makeup. When your skin is moisturized enough, the makeup you subsequently use will fit your face better. Here are a few solutions for the parts of the face that often get dry when applying makeup.
We wear masks a lot these days, and they can cause friction and irritation to our lips. If you want to make your skin glow, you need more than just a moisturizer. Before moving on to Moisturizing and makeup, use a gentle face scrub that can help exfoliate dull, dead skin cells from the skin’s surface.
Apply petroleum jelly on the nose for about 5 minutes, wipe it off with toner, and then apply foundation.
Apply essential oil/cream to the forehead, massage the forehead and then apply foundation.
After applying cream, spray moisturizing spray on cheeks, and then apply foundation.
Dead skin cells cause your makeup to go on less than smooth. Use a spiral brush dipped in petroleum to lightly sweep the dead skin in the eyebrows.
The dry skin makeup tips also apply to other skin types in the fall and winter makeup season. I hope they are helpful! If there are any other questions and solutions, feel free to leave a comment below.