This is Oonah and this is how to use make up to make your face look like it hasn’t got any make up on it. Does that sound pointless?
Perfect skin is a trend staple for every season whether it be for the catwalk, editorial, advertorial or just going to the shops. Having clear luminous skin will never go out of fashion.
Here’s a few tips to get effortlessly clean and clear beautiful skin that does actually require just a little bit of effort and more contradictions.
Most importantly look after your skin. For normal/ combination skin I recommend Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish. Sensitive skin/ skin prone to being oily, Avene thermal water range and for Mature skin ReVive Skincare.
– Massage your Moisturiser into your skin using circular motions to wake your skin up.
– Get your glow from a tube. Use a little of any luminising primer. I used Laura Mercier’s Radiance primer on Oonah.
– Match your foundation to your chest not to your face. Work it in don’t slap it on, only use it where you need it. Build up the base until you have an even skin tone.
-Use a concealor that matches your foundation. Liquid concealors are best for around the eyes especially on mature skins. Heavier products will highlight fine lines but then they are better on blemishes.
-Cream blusher gently rubbed into the apples of the cheeks creates a more natural skin finish I used MAC Fabulush for a natural flush.
-Set with a powder using a brush focusing on the T zone. Don’t over powder.
-Groom brows with clear mascara / brow gel
-A light brush of mascara. Brown for red heads, brown/black for blondes and bruntettes, black for dark brown/black.
-Tinted lipsalve adds a bit of colour and evens out the natural lip colour. Making you look pure and super healthy even if you don’t feel it.