How to Apply Cleanser, Toner & Moisturizer

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Cleanser, toner and moisturizer all need to be applied in very particular ways, especially if you're going to be using them together. Apply cleanser, toner and moisturizer with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm here to answer your question, how to apply cleanser, toner and moisturizer? So it's a 3 step process as we know. We first start out with the cleanser and we have foaming cleansers in the industry and ones that don't needs foaming at all. And this one is Cetaphil it's very, very sensitive and a lot of people have sensitive skin so it's great to work with and you don't have to have a ton of water to work with it. It can be used as itself. So if you have a moisturized face going on just with a little bit of water splashed on to it, we can go ahead on with our cleanser. Again you can use water, but this one does not have to, which makes it great. And we're just going to go over the skin and work it in. This is really just going to create a soft base especially after you've had makeup on the whole day. So it's really just working the skin in. And you know people with sensitive skin need something gentle, nothing harsh with a lot of chemicals in it because that's just gong to adjudicate their skin more. So that's what this is great for. Now you don't have to use a sponge obviously, but for these purposes I'm going to. Once that's on there, you don't even have to rinse it, you can if you want to, that part is up to you, that's what's great about this stuff. So after our cleansing, say we needed to do a quick makeup switch and we had oily skin. So that's when toner comes in handy, it's just clear and it's something that is going to get rid of any of our naturally oily skin, It's just going to strip the oils, so to speak. So we just put some of that on a sponge or your fingers and go over that T zone with the toner. Just a little bit we don't want to dry our the skin so dead skin shows through, that's not the aim of the game, it's really just to pull out those oils that normally lurk in our T zone. Once that's there just kind of let it sit in place and dissipate. And then the third step to our skin care before we put on any makeup is to moisturize. And we have our great Embryolisse makeup, moisturizing lotion and just put those on the areas that need. If it's late at night you can put it on as a night cream, of course, but we're just going over the areas that are not normally oily and really just moisturizing those. Also along the neck, our necks are a different texture from the rest of our face so it's really important to keep those moisturized especially if we're putting our makeup on after that. Perfect! I'm Erin Hendley, and I just answered your question on how to apply cleanser, toner and moisturizer.


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