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Wearing a mask for an extended period of time + sweat + friction + makeup = breakouts, irritated skin, and clogged pores (just to name a few).

Here Are My Five Tips for Wearing Makeup with Your Mask

- 1 -

Skip foundation, okay? 

Make sure your skincare & skin prep is on point & spot conceal the inner corners of your eye and/or any blemishes from the mask line up. 

Also, invest in a fast-acting eye cream to reduce puffiness and discoloration. 

(For skin prep, look no further than Sonia Roselli Beauty. I own 2x the entire line in my pro & personal kit at any given moment in time). 

- 2 -

Skip eyeliner (unless eyeliner is your signature thing!)

Most of the time (and unless your are extremely confident in your eyeliner game), eyeliner closes the eye, making eyes appear more sultry (or small... there, I said it). 

Instead, bust out those metallic and foiled eyeshadows and have some fun with color again! 

- 3 -

Curl those lashes! 

And don't forget to apply a couple extra coats of mascara either, really focusing on the outer lashes. If you were in my Lashes & Lips class, you saw how amazing a few good coats of mascara stacked up against falsies. 

This is my favorite drugstore mascara of all time.

- 4 -

Cream blushes are your friend. 

They add life to your face in the most natural and flattering way possible. Plus, they blend WAY easier than powder blushes. 

5 - 

Don't forget lip balm! 

This should be an everyday thing but especially now. Who wants dry, cracked lips... especially under a mask?! And when you DO take off the mask, you want to have nice, moisturized, and plump lips.

This Lucas Pawpaw Ointment is a staple in my kit! Can also use on dry patches of skin. It's amazing. 

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I hope you enjoyed these tips! Of course, there's no one size fits all approach when it comes to makeup, especially when we have to wear a mask! 

Also, I know I promised a website launch in June but... well, it's 2020 -- and I simply didn't have all the "free" time I thought I would. My team and I are working tirelessly BTS and hope to have it ready by next month's newsletter!

Until then, Stay Beautiful and Stay Healthy!!

Natalie Setareh Couture Makeup Artist and Beauty Coach

Hessenstra├če 7, Wiesbaden

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