I have always been passionate about makeup, skincare and all things pretty to us girls. Creating Faces Beautiful has been a lifetime of work in progress. Like many women, life tends to complicate achieving my goals, but notwithstanding career changes, marriage, and raising children I continued to follow my passion. Today, I am affectionately known as the woman that helps all women look and feel just a little prettier. I have built a business of perfecting beauty for women. Stop in and see Faces Beautiful whether in Connecticut or On-Line. It’s the place to "feel prettier".

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Thursday, January 5, 2012

My foundation is never blended right. Help!

No need to panic. Make sure you blended the foundation well enough into the skin. Using a damp sponge can sheer out and blend the color into the skin. If you still aren't happy with the color here are two more tips: If the color is too dark, a dusting of powder can lighten things up. If the color is too light, a dusting of bronzer will help.

Here at Faces Beautiful we understand women's concerns over picking the right shade of foundation. Ideally, foundation should be barely detectable and smooth. The idea is not to cover your skin, but to enhance it. And, with the advancement of technology, such as HD cameras, more and more cosmetic companies are making this achievable. Today’s foundations provide amble coverage without looking thick. Picking the right color is not as hard nowadays either. Most of us know that trying a color on the back of your hand is not the best idea. Try two or three shades that you think are close to your skin tone, and apply them to the jawline. The right color will blend seamlessly into your skin. Make sure you are testing colors in natural light

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