Base makeup Trend in Korea How to with DO’s & DON’Ts / Dead skin care & Skin care

Base makeup Trend in Korea How to with DO’s & DON’Ts / Dead skin care & Skin care

Hey guys, it’s me Aego here, Hi  Hello.  Today, I’d like to show you how to do a base makeup that’s currently trending in Korea.  This method suddenly became popular because it’s used on many celebrities when they get their makeup done.  With the trending of this base makeup  method and its rising popularity,  some cosmetic brands have apparently released product sets for this method recently.  First of all, for the base makeup method that I will show you today,  you’ll need to prepare base makeup products.  The products you’ll need are foundation, puff and spatula.  It is said that you can create a very beautiful skin texture with just these three things.  For the base makeup product, it is better to use a foundation that does not fix too  quickly,  such as semi-matte or glow base.  While you can also use a matte foundation,  if it is a product that fixes too quickly, it may be difficult as it’ll dry quickly.  For the spatula, they come in many different shapes and sizes.  It’s good to use a spatula that has a round shape, is long and not too  sharp like this when doing base makeup.  Lastly, you can use any type of sponge or puff,  but personally, I find it best to use a cushion puff.  If you are ready to do base makeup, now let me show you the how to with do’s and don’ts.  To start off, squeeze an appropriate amount of foundation on the back of your hand,  then tilt the spatula slightly to draw it in a light stroke.  At this time, it is better to draw only on one side of the foundation  rather than scraping it hard on the center of the foundation that you squeezed on the back of your hand.  Then, you can apply the foundation with the spatula on to your cheeks.  Now, there are two methods to do this here.  One is from the inside of the face to the outside, and the other is from the outside to the inside.  Personally, I like to apply it from the inside of the face to the outside.  With your wrist relaxed, apply it on the raised cheek area and  apply it in a light and wide stroke.  Do take note that at this time, if you were to apply force on to your wrist and apply too hard,  or if you draw in a short area, your base makeup may come out thick.  After applying the foundation on the face with a spatula like this,  blend the foundation with the puff by tapping.  This gives you a very natural, thin and light base makeup.  In the same way, you can apply it not only to the cheeks, but also to the forehead.  Apply it on your forehead area from the eyebrows to the hairline.  Apply lightly on the temple area with quick short touches.  And since our nose area tends to be narrow, you can apply the foundation on with the round tip of the spatula.   Apply it lightly along the skin texture, focusing on the nostrils.  In the same way, apply it with a spatula  and spread it out with a puff repeatedly.  For the rest of the eye area, lightly touch with the remaining amount on the puff to connect.  While a very thin and light base makeup is good,  there are some people who prefer to put greater importance on coverage like me.  In this case, instead of applying the foundation directly to the puff,  you can use your spatula to narrowly place it on the area that needs coverage and pat it flat with the puff.  But do take note that if you put too much foundation or layer on too much,  it may look rather clumpy, so please keep that in mind when doing so.  This method can be used with cushions as well as foundations.  Gently press on the cushion with the spatula to pick up the product.  Then, put it on the back to the back of your hand and use the spatula with the cushion contents as described before.  If you feel that your skin texture does not look or feel even after using this method,  that usually means you’ll most likely need provide your skin with dead skin care or good skin care.  For dead skin care, you can use exfoliant products,  but I personally prefer to use cleansing oil to dissolve my dead skin cells.  In the case of skin care, it is best to ensure that your skin is sufficiently moisturized.  That being said, too much moisture can  also cause your base makeup to get clumpy.  In the hot summer, I’d recommend doing a light skin care,  but make sure that the products are completely absorbed before moving on to applying your makeup.  Like this, I’ showed you a base makeup method which has been popular in Korea nowadays.  The thicker the base makeup, the stuffier it’ll tend to look.  So how about creating a msbb look, aka my skin but better look, with a more natural feeling that expresses your complete self?  So my video is till here,  Thank you for watching my video today🙏🏻  Don’t forget to subscribe▶️  Press the like buttons👍🏻  And please leave some comments for me💌  I’ll see you guys next time.  BYE BYE  

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