Color-Correcting Makeup Techniques to Knock Out Redness
If your skin is prone to redness due to rosacea or allergies, or if your cheeks are just a little rosier than you'd like, don't worry; canceling out redness is a cinch. Just take a few minutes to master color-correcting makeup, and you can cut down on redness in just four steps!
If you're looking to cut back on your rosy hue, get ready to embrace the power of neutralization. Colors are best diminished by the color opposite them on the color wheel. Red's opposite is green, so we'll turn to green products to cancel out any unwanted redness. If your redness is more mild, green's cousin yellow can also be effective. But, of course, yellow is most effective against discoloration that veers more toward purple. Let's get started!
1. First, apply a color-correcting makeup primer. Stila One Step Correct cuts down redness like none other, and it's lightweight. This primer has several shades, but green neutralizes redness best.
2. Next, apply It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Correcting Creme to the areas of your face with the most predominant redness. The cream comes in only one universal tone, but it has red-cancelling micro pigments that really help knock out redness. It also contains soothing ingredients like colloidal oatmeal, aloe, and avocado. This may offer all the coverage and concealing you need.
3. Gently dust a yellow-toned setting powder on any area of excess redness. Ben Nye's Banana Powder is a top pro pick. Focus on tapping rather than buffing to keep irritation to a minimum.
4. Use a calming setting spray to set your makeup. Lather Cucumber & Ginseng Facial Mist is soothing and refreshing.
Just like that, you've bid adieu to redness! For more makeup tutorials from Ivy, check out Wake Up for Makeup