(Closed) Makeup Dilemma – how do you avoid creases in your (traditional) makeup?

posted 5 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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314 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

Better primer- and or a different foundation.

 

I find after 4-6 hrs I get some creases- but I’m a very expressive person- I would suggest seeing if you can play around with different foundations. 

Did she use powder/mineral foundation? I steer clear of those- those crease worst on me- they are bad for people who are oily and or tend to sweat. I know people swear by them- but I refuse to use them. They look awful the quickest on me and they don’t wear well.

Post # 4
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318 posts
Helper bee

Did the MUA use a primer and setting spray? I notice creasing when I dont do those steps. I usually set it with a good amount of powder and then use a setting spray to take away the cakiness and give the finish a more natural appearance. Other than those things, I usually touch up with a little powder and blotting papers throughout the day if its needed to fix any oiliness or creasing. Hope that helps!

Post # 5
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Busy bee

Primer, powder and setting spray just like mentioned above! You need a good moisturized face and a primer before you start. Then set the make up with powder and a setting spray. Blot and touch up as needed!!!

I don’t use primer or setting spray or setting powder in my day to day makeup because I just blot and blend when I have creases in my smile line. I don’t like using too many products, I just wear concealer and mineral makeup. 

 

But for an event or day where you need makeup all day, get a good primer and setting spray 🙂 

good luck!

Post # 6
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314 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

Id’ say- if you moisturize in advance- make sure whatever moisturizing procedure you are doing- you’re doing regularly. 

 

THEN. Don’t slap it on and go to town with the foundation- you have to let the skin soak it in- wipe off any extra. 

 

If you watch Wayne Goss he’ll deny primers- but I use them daily with no issue. 

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