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How to Correct Problematic Skin
Hi, it’s Lisa Sim for Watch Mojo and today where going to show how to correct problem skin. You know we’re not all born with like the most perfect skin. So we have to do something that’s going to help conceal, correct, color correct make you feel beautiful on the inside as well as the outside.
So, first step is going to be all about cleansing you know what products we’re going to be using. What I would recommend is the other face collection from Avedas, one of my favorites. That’s how I got this way. Tourmaline cleanser, love this because this really like moose you’re not going to over dehydrate the surface. So big misconception, “I got to cleanse my skin”. If you do it too often, you’re going to dehydrate the surface. It's actually going to trigger your glands to like produce more surface oils because we do need that to protect our skin. And then in turn, it just causes more problems.
And then afterwards, we’re going to move on to other spot treatments or acne pads. So you just used this kind of products. They're especially products you’re going to use this mostly in the evening, spot treat and all over treatment. And then when it comes to doing specialty products like a masque, you’re going to do this in the evening before going to sleep because believe it or not when we’re unconscious, that’s when our skin is going to be regenerating itself. So, use this once a week all over the face or periodically just the spot treatment when you really have something important the next day, you'll leave this on, just sleep with it and wash up the morning.
And last but not the least, we really do still need the day cream even though we think that we have oily skin we still need something that’s going to help protect the skin and treat it at the same time. So, always finished with just a pearl size drop of this, massage in your fingertips and then just lightly tap it unto the skin. You don’t need to like too aggressive and then like, you know rub too hard. And now that we've cleansed and treated and protected, we’re going to move on to have a right camouflage this slight imperfection to our skin. We definitely need something that’s going to neutralize it for daytime, keep it protected, under control. You want to use something that’s going to be good for the skin as well.
So, we use the Sim Minerals and my first shade is going to be oatmeal. This is like the ultimate red absorber. We’re going to use this directly on areas that are slightly affected by redness. Always take a small amount, take a small shadow brush and just load your brush and lightly step all over. So we’re just going to do a little thin layer of this and then we’re going to move on the foundation.
Basically, the yellow and the minerals is going to absorb the excess redness in the skin. While using this, it’s going to let you’re skin breath and function normally, not change the texture and then you can just go on the layer of foundation really, really shear. That’s the beauty I can just do very little and it's has a big impact. So a small amount of warm beige, grinding I have one of this luscious dome, starting on the jaw line and a small even pressure to circles.
Once you’ve done entire thin shear coat all over including the eyes and the underlying area, you can actually go back over the areas that require just a little bit more coverage.
Another way of like going in concealing afterwards for a very discreet, you know coverage it's just using a smaller shadow brush. A longer hair, something that has a flat edge so it’s going to do even application but still dark enough that pick the products definitely replaces it on the skin and we just top it up.
Okay, so now that we’ve perfected Anna Bella’s skin, we’re just going to finished it with a little bit of the mascara, lip gloss, just for a clean polished look and really simple at the same time and we’re now going to set it with a little bit the mineral mist with some minerals. If there was any powdery finish, which there isn't. It's as soon that on everything. It’s going to help that will keep last longer. This is extremely refreshing and you can go in peace. I’m Lisa Sim for Sim Minerals. You’re watching watch mojo.com.