The Dark foundation line can be used as so much more than only a foundation powder! We are sharing our favorite make-up hacks and ways to this color line below! If you’ve thought these colors aren’t for you, think again! This powder is extremely versatile!
Do you have fair skin or light-colored hair? The Multi-tasker may be too dark and dramatic for your eyebrow filler. Try using Dark #1 or #2 for a more natural eyebrow color!
Don’t love shimmer? Use one of the Dark colors as a matte contour/ bronzer! Use the bronzer or contour brush and apply the powder dry to the natural shadows on your face. We will be posting a contouring tutorial later this week. You can make contouring quick and easy, we include this step in our five-minute face!
Haven’t washed your hair? Minerals bind to oil and will soak up some of that extra grease. Ditch the toxic dry shampoo and use the foundation color closest to your hair color instead. Just sprinkle a little in your roots and comb through. It helps keep your looking fresh and gives it extra volume!
Do you need your roots touched up? If you have brown hair, match your hair color to the closest Dark foundation color and use it a root cover-up. Even if your hair color doesn’t match a specific foundation color exactly, the colors are forgiving. The powder can help give your hair the coverage you need to hide those greys or roots until your next hair appointment.
Guys, we didn’t forget about you! You can use these colors too! Darken those beards or cover your grey hairs with the shade of powder that matches your hair color best!
Do you have a Dark foundation powder hack that we missed? Comment it below!
Let us know if you are going to try using these versatile foundation colors!
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