|. on Jan 18, 2016 @ 06:58 am|
I have been using the Mac powder for years and it helps to cover everything up
|Try a powder, tinted moisturizer, or BB cream on Jan 20, 2016 @ 11:43 pm|
First, it depends on how much coverage you're looking for. When I first started wearing makeup, I did a lot of spot concealing to cover acne scars, redness, etc. Later on, I moved onto wearing foundation all over. Some people don't like the feel of foundation on their skin, so I'd simply recommend a good concealer. MAC's Pro Longwear concealer is one that has good coverage. If you want an even coverage all-over that's lightweight, I'd recommend either a foundation powder, tinted moisturizer, or a BB cream. It's also hard to recommend any one product without knowing your skin type and budget.
|. on Jan 21, 2016 @ 01:01 am|
Use green concealer to offset redness. Then go over with a light layer of matte foundation. I hAve the red patches on my face too and this helps immensely.
|natural coverage on Jan 21, 2016 @ 06:07 pm|
I have a lot of acne/acne scars, but I find that most foundation tends to have a habit of breaking me out even more (after all, you are really clogging your pores with foundation). So I opt for a Korean BB cream. These creams tend to give you a natural coverage for you acne/acne scars/hyper-pigmentaion, but also moisturize and have other skin benefits as well like SPF.
The Liole Dollish Cera-V CC cream (long title!) is a lightweight cc cream that provides really great coverage for redness! Just a warning, this cream only comes in one shade, and is suited for pale people. Think MAC 20!
|. on Jan 21, 2016 @ 06:21 pm|
Is it red and peeling? Or just like red beneath the skin? This could be a medical issue have you seen a doctor about it?
|On Jan 06 2017 @ 0625 am on Jan 06, 2017 @ 06:29 am|
are you looking to get rid of the redness or just to cover it up if you're looking to get rid of the redness maybe ask to see a Dermatologist or you can cover it up with make up hope everything works out for you
|. on Jan 06, 2017 @ 08:03 am|
Exfoliate and use brightening masks and creams. I had the same issue (I have a fair skin tone and combination skin) and my skin has dramatically improved. I exfoliate 2-3 times per week using Maritime Naturals Microdermabrasion creme (Buy it on Amazon but just use your favourite scrub - make sure it doesn't have plastic beads in it!). Each day and night I use the Andalou Naturals Brightening Line of products (I get mine from well.ca or Superstore!) which I've been loving (Again, feel free to use your favourite brand just make sure it's for brightening the skin)!
|. on Jan 06, 2017 @ 04:29 pm|
I also have this issue, I make sure to wash my makeup off every night, and use a moisturizer. It helps but I still have it , as for covering it up I use urban decay all nighter foundation and a concealer over top