How big are the odds that you get a big scarlet pimple preciiis in the middle of the cleavage? :) But my symmetry eye liked it very much haha!
In any case, I thought to put this pimple on a little useful, so that it is not completely useless, and took the opportunity to show how to use gloMinerals Redness Relief Powder to quickly cover a pimple that looks like a red light.
Or "Glo Skin Beauty" I should write as the brand has just changed its name! But I keep calling it gloMinerals until we get all the products in the new packaging :)
When I was done, I asked my sister (who had seen what the finn looked like before, how could she like haha) "of course you can not believe that I have a scarlet pimple here under the makeup?” ”No, not really!She said impressively :) So it not only looks good on cards but in reality too!
gloMinerals Redness Relief Powder removes red tones, it is mineral based but not opaque but only neutralizes the redness. And it's so effective!
As you can see in the picture above, this powder has come in a completely changed packaging. Now it is a brush from which powder automatically comes out when you swipe it over the face. The bottom of the package is a lid so you can also unscrew from the bottom and dip the brush directly into the powder. So it's good for me who overuse and almost bathe in this powder daily;)
So, for a thin layer of sweep with the brush over the skin, you get the right amount of powder automatically. For more powder, unscrew the lid on the underside and dip your makeup brush directly into the powder.
I personally was actually not happy when I saw this change of packaging, it does not have to be so heavenly innovative even when an ordinary honest jar works so smoothly, is my opinion. But the powder itself is so good that I would use it even if it came in an ugly plastic bag;) If they had removed the powder from the range, then you would have seen a crazy Helena!
Here's what I did:
Swipe on gloMinerals Redness Relief Powder with a soft brush. Do you see what a difference already? No coverage at all but just removed with the redness :)
You can actually stop already at this step if you just want the fin not to be so prominent but that it does not matter if it is slightly visible. Because it is hardly the case that others will think of it when it is already so little visible. But I will show more steps to conjure it away completely!
The fin is not completely new but has become a bit dry and damn well, which is usually the hardest part to remove make-up because it often just gets itchy and uneven. Therefore, I have also supplemented with a creamy concealer to get a moisturized result:
3. Spread the concealer by pulling with the brush only at the edges, so you do not have to pull with the brush over the entire fin because then you can easily "pull off" the powder and concealer so that the fin begins to appear again.
4. The concealer needs to be fixed with powder for it to last well all day. You can use any transparent powder if you are happy with the coverage already, but I usually swipe on a little more Redness relief powder for extra effect.
5. When you put on a lot of make-up in just a small area and are completely unmade-up all around, it can easily look a bit unnatural, because even though the coverage is natural, it is still quite a lot of make-up to be able to cover a large pimple, and the make-up has a slightly different surface than the unmade-up skin.
- Therefore, I apply a little thin with mineral foundation on the entire décolleté, gloMinerals Pressed Base Foundation (Golden Medium)
- Then a highlighter for a nice luster, Pixi Contour Creator
- And then I finish with Pixi makeup fixing mist which I spray on the entire cleavage. Partly for durability but also because it makes the makeup blend into the skin and gives a more natural result.
Clear! :) ♥