I know GASP, this is just crazy! But hear me out? Recently I've been having like, tectonic plate level action on my chin causing an ongoing cluster of breakouts. The rest of my skin is stunning and does not want a heavy dose of foundation. What's a girl to do? I tried just using foundation on my chin but it was a nightmare - it looked like I was a puppet, or like I dipped half my face in something. People kept trying to wipe my chin for me.
So I started just using concealer, and that was ok, but I could really see the places that had that uniform makeup look. It felt like I was just drawing even more attention to the spots. So almost by accident, I decided after I had put my concealer on to revisit the Glossier Skin Tint everyone raves about that I could never quite figure out. Lo and behold, when put on after my heavy, full-coverage concealer it became a wonder that blended the spots in, evened out my skin tone, and imparted a dewy shine. All without greying out my freckles or looking gross.
Then, as if by magic, my friend asked me if I had tried the concealer after foundation thing. I was like WHOA, spooky, this must mean I need to write a blog post about this. So now you know my creative process. Seriously I take requests.
Anyways, watch the handy video I made, watch this video on how to use the beautyblender sponge, and don't forget to send me any videos/questions you'd like me to answer. Links to all the products I used below...
Glossier Skin Tint in Medium, Mist on Beauty Blender, Priming Moisturizer to prep skin before video, Boy Brow in Black, Haloscope in Quartz & Generation G Lip in Cake | Urban Decay's Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage, 24/7 Concealer Pencil and Finger Brush | Perricone MD No Bronzer Bronzer | BeautyBlender PRO