Going a neutral route may be safe but it’s adaptable to spontaneous wardrobe or mood change. Nowadays I save the plethora of colors for weekend get-togethers or special occasions.
Innisfree No-Sebum Mineral Primer is a great solution to tackle the humidity issue; equipped with a minty scent, it may not omit the need for blotting completely but does a commendable job by adhering forthcoming products to last longer.
Using my trusty Clarins Extra Firming Foundation for adequate coverage and great for dry skin, I realized on the first day it gave a one-dimensional appearance, also partially attributed by the mattifying primer. I supplemented with a bit of Clarins Skin Illusion Foundation and set with NARS Light Reflecting Powder.
Urban Decay Naked Palette certainly needs no introduction, and a natural choice for those in favor of earthly tones. The pigmentation is a boost point for those wanting a product that could last for a long time, and briskly transits Day-to-Night looks. Just see how I didn’t manage a dent despite using daily for months.
Due to my face shape, I have been experimenting with perimeter shading instead of just stragetic areas, what better than to call upon Shu Uemura Medium Amber with its sheer and satin finish. Sleek’s Rose Gold adds a peachy-pink flush that reveals an underlying gold sheen when it hits the light.