Do you want the look of dewy skin but are almost obsessed with topping your liquid minerals foundation, bb cream or tinted moisturizer with a powder?
Follow all of your makeup steps as usual. When applying your pressed or loose powder to finish avoid applying it to the center of the forehead, cheekbones, bridge of the nose and the chin. In a matter of time your skin will give your face its own natural glow.
If you are oily, like me, use the Jane Iredale blotting papers with flax seed to remove excess oil during the day.
If you are extremely dry try using a touch of Jane Iredale's Active Light #2 on the areas you avoid powder (forehead, cheekbones, bridge of the nose and the chin).
& DON'T FORGET TO SPRAY THE DAY AWAY with the Hydration Spray best for your skin type; sensitive - POMMIST, oily - Balance & dry - D20.
Here is why I love our Jane Iredale blotting papers better than others:
Jane Iredale uses flax seed vs rice to absorb oil topically. In the Indian culture not only is a daily dose of flaxseed prescribed to heal red, inflamed, uneven or acne prone skin it is also used to lighten dark circles under the eyes. Try using flaxseed oil under the eyes EVERY DAY for brighter and more moisturized under eyes.