Most foundations are designed to even out skin color, conceal dark spots and hyperpigmentation. Unfortunately, those same foundations often don’t conceal well and can actually exaggerate areas of uneven skin texture, making scars, bumps, fine lines, and large pores look even more visible than before. For those who need a foundation that not only evens out color, but helps to cover and smooth skin texture, it’s important to know which foundation to choose.
The last thing that anyone wants is an unnatural plastered appearing layer of makeup on their face. There are several reasons why foundation can look cakey. We’re here to help you prevent a cakey-foundation-situation. Follow our advice and you’ll have a flawless and natural complexion every time you apply foundation.
It may seem like a case of “first world problems” but, this morning, disaster struck as I prepared to apply my make up for work and discovered that my foundation had mysteriously vanished during a night out the previous evening. A panicked search of the entire flat confirmed my greatest fear; I was completely and entirely off base, a realization that shook my foundations to their core.