CONTROL SHINE & COLOR CORRECT WITH LOOSE SETTING POWDER

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Loose Setting Powder has the power to do more than keep your makeup in place all day long. Read on to learn about the ABH approved methods of controlling shine and using select shades to mask the discoloration that may come from redness, dullness, and hyperpigmentation.

 



 


HOW TO: CONTROL SHINE

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1. HYDRATE

Apply Hydrating Oil all over the face. Focus on any areas of concern, such as dry spots.


 


2. PERFECT

Using A30 Pro Brush, apply an even layer of Luminous Foundation. Start your application at the center of the face, then blend out toward the perimeter.


 


3. SET

Before setting your complexion look in place, make sure your Luminous Foundation application is completely blended. Then, with A23 Pro Brush, apply Loose Setting Powder using a press-and-roll motion.



 
 


Most common application areas include:

• Forehead

• Under-eye area

• Chin

• In-between the brows

 

TREND WATCH: BAKING

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To help control excess shine or oily skin, try the baking technique.

1.Dampen a makeup sponge with Dewy Setting Spray.


 


2.Dip the sponge into Loose Setting Powder and generously apply to the under-eye area and areas that tend to get shiny throughout the day. Do not blend. Leave the powder on for 5–10 minutes.



 


3.Using A23 Pro Brush, dust away excess powder from the under-eye area or anywhere else you “baked.” Blend out any harsh edges.


 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 


HOW TO: COLOR CORRECT

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BANANA

Apply this pale-yellow shade to the apple of the cheek to brighten dullness and neutralize mild redness.

GOLDEN ORANGE

For clients with deep skin tones, this shade is perfect for spot correcting acne scars and darkness around the nose and mouth.

DEEP PEACH

This warm-peach shade neutralizes the blue from dark circles or discoloration on deeper skin tones. Apply to the under-eye area and around the mouth to balance out signs of hyperpigmentation. 



 
 
 


*Model is wearing shade Golden Orange in areas of discoloration.