How to apply mineral eye makeup
Most if not all of you are used to using compressed eyeshadow in a pan. The thought of using an eyeshadow that is loose powder can be scary, especially thinking of the fallout! If not done correctly applying Mineral eyeshadow can be very messy and ruin any base makeup you apply. Follow my easy tips to apply Mineral Eyeshadow and you will be an expert in no time!
How to avoid cakey makeup
Applying any kind of makeup is a challenge, whether it be Mineral, mousse or liquid! There are so many factors which can lead to a bad application and some are out of our hands! Depending on the type of skin you have plays a large part of how the formula will work with your skin and the finished look. It’s a horrible feeling thinking your foundation or overall makeup looks amazing then you step in to natural light and that is not the case! A fear that people who are new to using mineral makeup have is their base of their makeup looking cakey. In this blog I will be giving you my tips and tricks on how to avoid cakey makeup, it’s a lot easier than you might think!
How to clean NCinc’s Kabuki Brush
After reading our previous blogs you will know that the best tool to apply Mineral Makeup with is the Kabuki Brush! The dense brush works wonders for blending out loose powder. It’s very important that you regularly clean your kabuki brush, the dense bristles collect a lot of powder and then after time start to store bacteria!. You definitely don’t want to be applying your makeup on to a clean face with a dirty brush, this can cause your skin to breakout! Cleaning your Kabuki Brush is easy and today I will be explaining how to do this in 3 easy steps!
How much mineral makeup to use
How can I apply layers of Mineral Makeup without my skin looking dry and flaky? I understand that some people are weary to use a full face of makeup products that are powder based. We have all had a time where we have over done it on the powder and you skin looking dry and cakey.
How To Mix Moisturiser With Mineral Makeup
For many of you who live for the dewy makeup look I know what you are thinking, how will I achieve a dewy foundation look with loose mineral powder? I also know those of you who suffer with dry/ flaky skin are thinking that powder makeup is your worst nightmare and will end in disaster, but it wont! NCinc formulas are specially formulated to work with all kinds of skin types.
How to cover acne scars with Mineral Makeup
Loving makeup and suffering with acne or acne scars is such a big battle! Finding makeup formulas that really work with bumpy red skin is difficult! Everyone's skin is different, it’s frustrating when you aren’t able to cover acne with your foundation or you apply so much that your skin dries out and becomes flaky.
How to find your perfect foundation shade!
One of the biggest struggles within the makeup world as we all know is finding the right foundation shade. No one wants a big orange line along their jawline and a pale white neck, that is a no go! Isn’t it just the worst when you think you’ve found the right shade but you end up looking like a pale ghost? I myself am very fair skinned, meaning I always go to the lightest shades but end up looking as white as a sheet! But it doesn't end there, finding the right formula is tricky too. Some foundations can make your skin look flaky, oily or patchy. Many people who are just learning about mineral makeup may dread the thought of finding their right shade because it’s hard enough finding liquid foundation shade, so wouldn't it be just as hard or even harder with loose powder? Well it’s not, I find it a lot easier to find a shade that matches my skin tone perfectly with the help of NCinc’s colour guide.
How To Clean Your Makeup Brushes
How often do you clean your makeup brushes? You should be cleaning your makeup brushes thoroughly at least every two weeks! In this blog I'm going to tell you why it's important to keep your makeup tools clean and how to correctly wash them!
Cleaning your makeup brushes plays a bigger part when you are applying your makeup than you might think. Reusing unwashed makeup tools can leave you with an uneven application, even causing acne break-outs and blackheads from the oils that still linger in your brushes. As the inside of your makeup sponges and brushes hold so many chemicals and bacteria from the products you use that you can't see.
Should I Be Double Cleansing?
You are probably thinking why do I have to double cleanse? isn't once enough? Well it's not! In this blog I will be telling you why it's important to double cleanse and how to do it.