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Coverage and a matte finish all in one.
A liquid foundation can sometimes feel heavy on the face especially for people dealing with an oily skin type. If you want a lighter base, a powder foundation is the way to go! It's best for absorbing excess oil while providing you
Cakey coverage, be gone!
If there's a sentiment even the most opposing voices in beauty can agree with, it's that skin is in. It seems like everyone is moving towards makeup that let the skin "breathe," particularly foundations.Below, let’s take a look at a few lightweight
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We all love a good full-coverage moment with our makeup, but with this heat and humidity, we just can’t be bothered. It's no wonder that skin tints and tinted sunscreens are getting so much love this year; their lightweight and sheer finish are
Say goodbye to fading and caking!
Foundation can be quite tricky for people with oily skin. You need to be more strategic with application and find the right products to keep your makeup from fading or caking. It also takes a lot of trial and error to see
It's her secret to a skin-like, non-greasy finish.
Everyone with oily skin knows the struggle of staying even at least slightly matte when wearing foundation. We all have own our go-to tricks—some swear by mattifying primers, some "bake" their face with powder, while others simply resort to blotting every few
Want to hit reset on your makeup routine? Start here.
When any beauty-related thing becomes too overwhelming, it's normal to want to take a step back. If you've always had an intricate, full coverage makeup routine, for one, craving a minimalist reset isn't out of the ordinary. Trying to wear less products
#Nofilter? No problem.
Even before beauty filters existed, makeup already had our backs whenever we wanted a little "help." A bit of blush or foundation always makes such a difference, and the effect is nothing short of amazing every time. The fact that it won't glitch
And here's how to master it!
Whether it is from the sleepless nights, the unpredictable weather, or plain genetics, at one point we all go through having skin discolorations that concealer or foundation can't cover—or they can, but only in hefty amounts. This is why it's important to
Perfect for the scorching tropical heat!
These days, the natural "no-makeup" makeup look has been all the rage. Soap brows, blush all over the nose and cheeks, and a few coats of mascara all contribute to giving you that effortless glow, but the main ingredient to a perfect
K-drama worthy glass skin? Yes, please!
True K-drama fans know that a show won't be complete without the obligatory beauty product placement. It's admittedly one of our guilty pleasures to see how the producers will sneak it into a scene, and most of the time, we can't help
She'll inspire you to embrace your natural skin more.
Foundation isn't not as bad as it seems. It can help you create a smooth and even complexion in a matter of minutes, not to mention, it can instantly conceal any blemishes. It can also be good for your skin, providing additional
Ditch the foundation for some SPF protection!
The next time the weather tempts you to skip some steps in your beauty routine, feel free to let everything go except sunscreen. Because whether you're staying indoors or stepping out, keeping your skin protected from harmful UV rays is a must
Get extra coverage with minimal effort!
We'll always love how foundation gives us an immaculate-looking slate, but we must admit that we've temporarily set it aside since the pandemic contained us at home. That said, when we're attending video meetings or running errands, we still want to hide
The goal: a lightweight flawless finish and a healthy glow
We know, we know. Being at home for what seems like the entirety of the year has given us little opportunity to pretty up and play with makeup. But take heart: You mustn’t forget the power of feeling good about the way
Want glowing skin that befits a North Korean heiress?
I'm currently working from home, so I haven't been wearing foundation as often as I used to. But when I do, which is mostly for video calls and product testing (plus the occasional selfie), I prefer using light, skin-like formulas that don't actually
Cop that second skin effect.
To make your foundation look like your real skin, you need to perfect your technique. But of course, using a product that practically does all the work for you always helps. Some foundations just achieve that second skin effect better than others, to
This technique is life-changing.
If you’ve spent an ungodly amount of time just scrolling through TikTok, chances are, you’ve seen a foundation application hack that promises to make it look like you’re wearing a filter IRL. Shared by user @ridaaaamat, it involves changing up the order
Plus tips on how to make them work BETTER.
Spending too much time on TikTok? Don't worry, we are, too. Amidst the bottomless pit of side-splitting duets and dances though, we still find a ton of makeup hacks that has us questioning our entire approach. Scroll through for some of our favorite
It doesn't have to feel like a mask.
Welcome to How Not to Hate It, where we make serious cases for misunderstood beauty products. Here, we talk about things that: You like but find tricky to work with, don't like but everyone else loves, and products that you have no
We were ALL about that base, as usual.
Our dermatologists probably won't take kindly to the fact that we wore foundation almost every day this year. But hey, we always double cleansed after... so perhaps we deserve a free pass? The state of our pores aside, our efforts weren't in