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Makeup must-have to get a flawless complexion January 31, 2014

The industry’s must-have finishing powder is now available for touch ups

Makeup must-have to get a flawless complexion

January 31, 2014

The industry’s must-have finishing powder is now available for touch ups

Between social media, cell phone cameras and video chatting, a flawless complexion 24/7 is a must and MAKE UP FOR EVER has a new solution for touching up on-the-go. The industry’s must-have finishing powder is now available for to go with you everywhere.

HD Pressed Powder is a talc-free, silky, lightweight finishing powder that offers the same benefits of HD Microfinish Loose Powder, but in a purse friendly pressed compact.  One universal shade is designed to work for every skin tone from light to deep, with sheer flawlessness and perfection. Although the setting powder appears white in the compact, it is completely translucent on the skin and ideal for creating a chalk-free, HD compatible finish.

The right touch:

Lightly sweep the Powder over the whole face using the Kabuki Brush or Kabuki Powder Brush n°124. After application, gently sweep the Kabuki brush over the face to remove any excess powder.

Dany's tips:

"To take the natural look even further, apply the Powder directly over the HD Primer, without using any foundation".

HD Cream Blush with its texture-free second-skin finish, is a new blush of the HD range bringing flattering freshness and controlled shine to the apples of the cheeks. Color flushes to the surface of the epidermies, as natural as the real deal. Available in an extra-wide range of 15 nude shades plus a more funky "doll-like" coral hue to meet the needs of every skin tone.

The right touch:

The HD Cream Blush can be applied with three techniques: In circular movements using the finger; with light sweeps from a brush; or by first dabbing it then lightly brushing it with a sponge to shade out the color.

Dany's tips:

"To sculpt the facial volumes, use a duo of two blush shades, a darker shade to bring out the relief, e.g placed under the cheekbone, and a gentle shade to bring color and a satin finish to the apples of the cheeks."