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Stay-Matte Oil-Free Makeup Foundation By Clinique

Not a bad product to use for editorial photography. The product was very translucent and it gave me the ability to reapply for more coverage. So if you are using this product for home use you will like it very much. And it will give you the options on how much coverage you want. Fun to play with.

Lightweight, long-wearing foundation controls oil, leaves a matte finish. The product lasted a whole 3 hours in the early morning sunlight. I had to touch ups to do. Start in center of face and blend outward with Foundation Brush or if you are at home you can use a pad or fingertips. Be careful when using pads they will really soak up your foundation. Blend evenly for smooth, natural-looking coverage. For a seamless look, dampen your brush and blend edges, especially along jawline. And there you go. Follow up with cheek and contour powders and a spray lock so the makeup will not move.

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Dream Satin Liquid Foundation By Maybelline

My last photo-shoot my model Kushi wanted to use a Maybelline Creme Foundation for her application. She normally uses MAC foundations but want to try Dream Liquid Mousse. Dream Satin Liquid foundation + hydrating serum delivers the looks of completely pore-less skin. Her application was with a brush and little was needed for full coverage. This mousse also has a concealer added to the formula so no extra coverage is needed by using a added product.

Sandy Beige was used and perfectly gave her the color she was looking for. The application went on creamy and dried almost instantly with no for of streaking to the skin. After which I applied a translucent powder to set the foundation. She had the look of completely pore-less skin with a smooth airbrushed finish. Lightweight and breathable, this up to 16-hour liquid foundation delivers cake-free, full coverage that moisturizes all day.

All you have to do is, apply to the face and blend with fingertips, beauty sponge, or foundation brush. After we set the foundation we moved along to cheek colors and contouring. Try the product out it worked well for us and the foundation held up well for the photo-shoot. Dermatologist tested, allergy tested, non-comedogenic, ideal for normal skin, suitable for sensitive skin. And it wash’s off with just soap and water, it will not clog your pores. Give it a try everyone it’s not bad at all.