the best foundations for dark skin tones beauty bay

THE BEST FOUNDATIONS, CONCEALER & FACE POWDER FOR DARK SKIN TONES | BEAUTY BAY EDITED.

the best foundations for dark skin tones beauty bay

Full coverage? Check! Weightless? Check! Seamless blending? Check! The Ordinary Serum Foundation exceeds all expectations, the creamy and buildable texture is perfect for both day to day and on a night out. Covering any dark circles, hyperpigmentation and blending seamlessly for the perfect match of my red undertones. The finish is semi matte but with a strobe cream underneath, the foundation gives of a beautiful and natural flow. With little needed on a beauty blender, this foundation does more than its meant to – it packs a mighty punch. –

For the days when you want a quick and easy touch up, the Black Opal Flawless Perfecting Concealer is the product you need. Carrying the coverage of a full foundation, the concealer hides away any unwanted dark circles and dark marks – coming in a shade range women of colour can be proud of. This concealer is an unbelievably true match for my skin, and with a very blendable texture. For its price tag it’s a great entry point concealer, that doesn’t fault in delivering exceptional results.

“Once my contour is blended and highlight is in place, it’s time for baking. The Revolution Bake & Finish Powder looks like it’s meant for pale skin tones, but the finely milled powder can be lightly added to the under eyes and contour crease to create the perfect carve, whatever your skin tone. The lightweight feel is soft, buttery and causes no flashback when it comes to photography. Using a beautyblender to bake where needed, the powder is impactful when delivering long-lasting results. For all our oily-combination women, this powder keeps shine at bay, all the while creating a soft and subtle finish on the face.”

To see the full article:

The Best Foundations For Dark Skintones,

The best Concealers for Dark skin tones

The Best Setting powders for Dark Skin tones.

 

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