3 STEPS TO THE PERFECT BASE

3 STEPS TO THE PERFECT BASE

With Eye of Horus

 

 Flawless base makeup is the foundation of any great makeup look. Achieving a smooth, radiant, and natural-looking coverage requires the use of quality products and proper application techniques. Eye of Horus shares three essential steps to achieving the perfect base makeup complete with simple application tips.

 

Step 1: Prep Your Skin

The first step to achieving a flawless base is to prep your skin — this means a clean and hydrated canvas. We recommend cleansing the skin with warm water and removing any oil or residue with the Organic Bamboo Cleansing Kit. Complete your skin prep by applying a nourishing facial oil like Seven Seed Sacred Oil.

 

The Seven Seed Sacred Oil is a nourishing and deeply hydrating face elixir that contains the seven sacred oils of antiquity, including Moringa, Abyssinian, and Marula. These oils work together to hydrate and nourish the skin while providing anti-ageing benefits. To use, apply a few drops of the oil onto your fingertips and massage gently into your skin in circular motions. Allow the oil to absorb fully before moving on to the next step.

 

 

Step 2: Perfect the Base

The next step is to go in with a lightweight foundation that provides coverage and sun protection while enhancing your natural skin tone. Look no further than the Skin Tint Serum Foundation with SPF15+ for this next step.

 

The Skin Tint Serum Foundation is a lightweight, medium-coverage foundation that contains Eye of Horus’ signature organic blend of seven sacred oils to nurture, plump and enrich the skin. The formula is also boosted with essential vitamins and antioxidants to protect the skin from environmental stressors. To apply, shake the bottle well and use the dropper to apply a small amount of the foundation onto your fingertips or a makeup brush. Blend the foundation evenly onto your skin, focusing on areas that require more coverage.

 

 

Step 3: Brighten, Conceal & Correct.

The final step is to brighten the complexion and conceal any imperfections or blemishes.

The Triple C Concealer is a creamy, full-coverage concealer that contains three natural forms of vitamin C to brighten the skin and reduce dark circles. The formula is also enriched with Moringa  and Jojoba Oil to soothe and calm the skin. To use, apply a small amount of the concealer onto your fingertips or a makeup brush and blend onto areas that require coverage. Use a tapping motion to blend the concealer for a seamless finish. Using the same technique and a shade lighter than your natural complexion, apply to any areas of the face you wish to brighten. For added coverage, apply an additional layer and gently blend or pat into the areas you desire until smooth.

Achieving a perfect base requires skin preparation, quality products, and proper application techniques. Follow these three steps, and you'll be on your way to a smooth, radiant, and natural-looking base and all-day wear.

 

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