Some natural blush on the cheek looks fresh and rosy.
Too much redness looks stressed, haggard and unhealthy.
Redness is often caused by stress, hormonal imbalance or exposure to high temperatures. It often indicates some sort of irritation.
If your face is prone to redness, getting the perfect made-up look can be really challenging. But there is a way to get around it.
In this brief video, Make-up Chair gives you lots of info for getting rid of that redness and getting that rosy and healthy glow on your skin. This is a quick, easy, and effective way to cover those red moments.
The trick is really simple. It’s all about finding the right shade or tint to counter the redness. The best foundation shade for this is partly dependent on your skin tone, but yellow and greenish tones are usually perfect for achieving the right coverage. It is also important that you don’t forget your primer to keep your skin from getting irritated further.
If you check out the video, you will see how this is very easy to do.
Though we need to make sure that covering this problem with makeup works for that time being, it would be wise to treat the cause of the problem as well.