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BeautT

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Could any one offer any advice please :) at the moment I have lots of clients who are coming to me for makeup with really red spots and bumps in their skin... What's the best way to cover and make them less visable? X
 

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well firstly you need to get them looking after their skin get them into a regime. But of course that take time i use sothys hydroptimale for dehyrated skin or sothys oxyliance for a oily skin type with a matte effect apply that then apply the concealer i used supercover concealer wheels and dab it on the areas of redness then seal it with loose powder
 

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It depends on the products you use. I use Jane Iredale who do a product that's really good at taking down colour, refining pores, reducing redness and evening out bumpy skins, followed by their BB cream. I'll always tend to use a matt powder as well to leave less sheen.

Vic x
 

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