|. 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?