Sep 25, 2012
My cheeks are pink and when I put powder foundation on it doesn't really cover my skin and make it even, should I use liquid foundation and if so what drugstore brand? My powder foundation is maybelline fit me. Also thinking about a new powder any suggestions ?
Have you thought about trying the Fit Me liquid foundation? I've only heard great things about it in YouTube. Unfortunately I need full coverage or else id try it ;-)
Sep 26, 2012
Try applying a green concealer before the foundation. Green cancels out red. I have the same problem and that's what I do.
What brand of green concealer should I use? I've never tried that
Or you can get a warm foundation or a foundation with green undertones like Revlon Colorstay Whipped that will cancel out the redness and your cheeks and allow building coverage.
2 layers of Lumene Mineral Matte Makeup and then a covring powder like ELF Clearifying Pressed Powder is the best combo! (at least it is for me) :)
Try elf's cheaper powder if you need to cover redness, it's actually much better than you may think!
Oct 22, 2012
Gabby, try Revlon Whipped foundation & see if it covers up your pink cheeks, i don't think you will need a powder to set it since this foundation sets itself, but if you still need a new powder, try Rimmel stay matte powder. For green concealer, get the Sonia Kashuk hidden agenda concealer palette from Target, the green conceals red or pink areas on your face.
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