How to Use Makeup for Rosacea Skin

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Rosacea skin is red and rashy, but can be neutralized with the right makeup and application techniques. Conceal excessive redness on your body with help from a certified image consultant in this free video on makeup application.

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Hi, I'm Kelly Machbitz, Certified Image Consultant and beauty expert, and today I'm going to tell you how to use makeup for Rosacea skin. A lot of people have Rosacea, and unfortunately it does tend to cause a lot of redness to the skin, so we're going to use the makeup to reduce the redness on the skin, and I like to use a mineral powder like this one, and mineral powder is really actually healthy for your skin. It's not going to add any extra oils or chemicals. It actually has soothing ingredients in it and it has a natural sunscreen so you don't have to have a lot of products on there. Many people will use their mineral powder with a brush to get a light coverage but with the Rosacea, you really want to cover up the redness so I like to use a sponge, a wedge like this one and I'm actually, you can see on the chin here she's got a lot of redness, so I'm actually just layering on with my sponge, the mineral powder and then blending out the edges and you can do this all over the face. Make sure you get around the nose. Rosacea normally strikes the cheek and nose area, so you can blend that out. You can see this is the perfect color for Keelie and it also works in covering up any other types of blemishes. I'm going to go ahead and do this whole side. Look for a product that's dermatologist and ophthalmologist tested so it's safe for the eye area. You can even take it right up under the eye here. I'll have you turn this way a little bit towards me. The great thing about mineral powder is you can layer it one layer over the other and it's not going to get cakey like some cream or liquid foundations would do. So, if you need a touch up during the day you can just go ahead and put a little bit more over the top and get that nice smooth finish. Make sure you blend under the jaw line and around the hair and if you wanted to you could even put a little bit right on the eyelids and even that out as well. Great, let me see, wonderful. So, there you have it. I'm Kelly Machbitz, your Certified Image Consultant and beauty expert, and that's how you apply makeup for Rosacea.


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