Each week, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore profiles a beauty blogger that is based in Singapore. Get to know their beauty secrets and find out how you can improve your daily skincare and make-up regime. My make-up and skincare stash was growing out of proportion, and one day my husband came home with a DSLR camera.
Or why your foundation seems to just sit on top of your face rather than making your skin glow, à la Beyoncé? Related: Glow International With These Asian Beauty Products The truth is, women with great makeup do things a bit differently than the rest of us — and we went straight to the source to find out what those things are. “Backstage at fashion shows, skin can be a 20- to 30-minute process, then the makeup is two minutes,” says Tim Quinn, makeup artist and national director of creative artistry for Armani Beauty. Related: Luxe Lashes Are One Click Away Many women start by spritzing on a soothing toner or mask (makeup artist Molly R. Stern loves Jurlique’s Rosewater Mist), then massaging in oils, serums, face creams, and eye creams in small, circular motions. Dehydrated skin will suck up any moisture in your foundation and end up making it looking fake and obvious, Stern says.