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How to Get Even Coverage if You Have Melasma

How to get even coverage if you have Melasma? In this post I’ll explain each step to give you the best coverage. Using cream makeup for the most natural, skin like look! 

Steps:

Step 1: Light layer of cream bronzer for balancing the skin

Step 2: Contour around forehead, cheekbones, sides of nose and jawline

Step 3: Color correct darker melasma areas with darker shade (for my sister it was around her mouth, tutorial at the end of this post)

Step 4: Stipple base shade on

Step 5: Apply brightening shade to inner and outer corner of the eyes

Step 6: Blush

Step 7: Blend with dampened sponge

Step 8: Spot treat acne with Demi 

What is Demi?

The Demi method uses color science (opposite colors on the color wheel) to neutralize and tone the skin without added makeup texture.

Step 9: Add lips, brows, eyes + set with setting spray for a natural glowy look!

 

COLORS USED IN TUTORIAL:

Bronzer: Bella

Contour: Olive

Color corrector: Papaya

Main Foundation: Mango

Brightening Shade: Amber

Lip/Cheek: Desert Sunset

Illuminator: Confetti

Brows: Brow Wax + Shadow Contour

Demi Spot Treat: OY1 and O3

Eyeshadow: Spiced + Drift

TOOLS

Blush/Bronzer Brush

Detail Brush: Contour and brightening shade

Buff Brush: Color corrector + main foundation shade

Demi Spot Brush

Line Brush: Brows

Multitasker: Lips

Eyeshadow Brush

Sponge + Setting Spray


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