Minimize Redness, Maximize Radiance

 

 

Skin redness is a big problem for many women – whether it’s due to sensitive skin, rosacea, or allergic reactions, it can be a daily issue.

 

To minimize redness, use a primer specifically formulated to calm hyper-sensitive/stressed skin & that has a hint of green. The green will cut out the red & pink tones in the skin and although it may feel strange to apply a green lotion to the face, it’s a old true & tested makeup artist trick that really works.

 

Find Redness Reducing Primer at http://www.pixibeauty.com/makeup/complexion/redness-reducing-primer

 

Our NEW Redness Reducing Primer cuts out pink & red tones while calming skin, evening out skintone & creating a porcelain finish for foundations so that they go on smoother, last longer, and stay true-to-colour.

 

 

 

Makeup recommendations for redness-prone skin:

 

FOUNDATION

Find Flawless Beauty Fluid at: http://www.target.com/p/pixi-flawless-beauty-fluid/-/A-13722204

 

Yellow-based foundation is to be preferred if you have redness in your skin – it will further counteract the pink tones, making your complexion look natural and healthy.

 

LIPS

Find Tinted Brilliance Balm in Nearly Naked at: http://www.pixibeauty.com/tinted-brilliance-balm-1834

Find Succulent Lip Twin in Vanilla Light at: http://www.pixibeauty.com/succulent-lip-twin or at Target Canada stores

 

Neutral shades look great and a hint of glow and makes your lips look fuller!

 

EYES & CHEEKS

Find Seasonal Reflection Kit at: http://www.pixibeauty.com/seasonal-reflection-kit

 

For eyes, think warm colours – gold gold gold! Any shadow with gold tones works like a treat to make your eyes stand out and distracts from uneven skintone. Buff on a peachy-nude blush to create radiance without adding to redness. The NEW Seasonal Reflection Kit has both eye & cheek shades to get you glowing!

 

Let me know if you’ve tried the above and how you minimize redness in the comments below!

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