Foundations are used to enhance the color of your complexion.
Makeup comes in many different colors.
Choosing the correct one can make the whole look.
Liquid Based Foundations offer the lightest coverage and provide a natural look. They are available in water or oil-based formulas.
Cream Based Foundations, usually found in compacts or sticks,
give the fullest coverage and the most flawless finish.
Liquid-to-powder foundations, on the other hand,
allow you to experience the best of both, with the look of a cream
and the silky finish of a powder.
Liquid Foundations tend to blend with your natural skin better than
powder foundation and also prevents your face from having a
glossy, shiny appearance.
For those who seek a more natural appearance from their make up,
they may find that liquid foundations best suit their needs.
Powder Foundations may not give quite as natural look as liquid foundations,
but they are equally as easy to apply.
In fact, since powder foundation does not take as long to blend as
liquid foundation, many find that the application of powder foundation takes
less time than that of liquid foundation.
Powder foundations can be a perfect choice for people with excessively oily skin.
Powder foundations can help dry out skin and can also be handy on days when
a lot of perspiration may occur.
Liquid-to-powder foundations are developed by many makeup companies
as an attempt to blend the benefits of both liquid foundation and powder
foundation into one product.
Like powder foundations, liquid-to-powder foundations tend to feel light
when applied to the skin providing a long lasting wear.
However, this type of foundation can clash with certain types of skin.
Although liquid-to-powder foundation works extremely well on oily skin,
it can prove to be a bad choice for people who have dry skin,
as it can leave dry skin looking patchy.
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