Using the right products and the right method of application is key to achieving a flawless make-up look for dry skinned people.
Applying make-up on dry skin requires a lot of technical skins. Usually, if the skin is not treated ore prepped well before applying make-up on dry skin the make-up could turn out to be patchy as it clings to the dry patches of the skin. Moreover, dry skin might seem more dull after the application of make-up which makes it important to use products that would add a glow to the skin. Here are a few make-up hacks for dry skinned people in order to achieve a make-up look that would make the skin appear glowing, vibrant and healthy looking.
Use The Two Step Hydration Method For Skin Prep
It is extremely crucial that you have your skin moisturised and hydrated well before you start with your make-up. Since dry skinned people have very little oil on their skin, the skin might end up looking dull and lacking any glow. To make the skin look healthy and glowing, you have to pack as moisture as you can during the preparation stage of your skin for make-up. The best way to achieve that would be to follow the two-step hydration method. In this method, after you have washed your face clean and applied all your serums you need to apply two layers of moisturising agents. The first layer should be your hydrating moisturizer and the next layer to lock it all in should a good facial oil.
Mix A Skin Illuminator With Your Foundation
The goal of applying make-up on dry skin would be to make it look glowing and not something that look like you have scattered glitter on your face. It should seem like a healthy glow from within and that could be achieved with a skin illuminator or a liquid highlighter. Mix a tiny bit of liquid highlighter with your foundation before applying it on your face and you will have a healthy glowing make-up.
Use Cream Products Instead Of Powder
Since dry skinned people already lack the oil on their skin, using powder products would take away even the little amount of oil present making the skin look more dry and dull. For products like bronzers, highlighters, blushes and contours, use the cream variants instead of the powdered ones to make your skin look dewy.