If your make-up often looks worse after a touch-up, you’re probably focusing on the wrong things. Here’s how:
- Wipe away any smudges and smears with your fingertips or a foundation brush.
- Dab concealer onto spots and red areas, and blend in carefully.
- Brush your brows and touch them up if necessary.
- Avoid touching up mascara and eyeliner. You’ll land up with clumps and wonky lines.
- Touch-up blush and highlighter for a refreshed and revived appearance.
- To avoid the ‘just-made-up’ face, help everything settle with a few spritzes of make-up fixing spray.
- Apply some lipstick before you head out the door – how polished you look can largely depend on the intensity of the shade you choose.