4 Foundation Blunders You Need To Stop Making

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1. Not colour matching on the correct part of your face

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It’s almost a natural reflex for you to colour test foundations by dabbing the formulas on the back of your hand, but this will not help you get a perfect match of colour for your skin tone. According to the INSIDER beauty experts, the best parts to test a potential foundation are under your eyes, along your jawline and on your nose. The ideal foundation colour will disappear into your skin as you blend it out instead of looking closely similar to your skin tone.

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