Eczema, also known as ‘Atopic Dermatitis’ is a common skin condition that a lot of women face, so you are not alone. I must say that makeup is not the final solution, but while you’re treating it, you can use makeup to cover up problem areas to the maximum extent.
What You Will Need
Use a hydrating primer to take down a bit of the redness.
2. Liquid foundation
Use a high coverage waterproof foundation that is not too drying for your skin.
3. Blending sponge
Use the egg-shaped blending sponge or a Beauty Blender. Make sure it’s damp before you go in with the product for best results.
Add a concealer that’s either creamy or liquidy. It’s essential to pick one that’s pigmented, yet it shouldn’t be caking up your face.
5. Setting powder
A hydrating powder is what you need to set your makeup and avoid that dreaded chalky finish.
6. Bronzer and blush
To warm up the skin, you can add a bronzer and blush to your routine. Avoid ones with shimmer or any form of glitter.
7. Setting spray
Use a hydrating mist to set your makeup in place and extend its staying power.
Tutorial – Step By Step Process
In these simple steps, you can cover up your eczema. Take a look!
Step 1: Cleanse, Exfoliate, And Moisturize Your Skin
The key to perfect makeup application lies in a smooth base. With eczema, it’s often difficult to attain a completely smooth base, but it’s crucial to cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize your skin with a hydrating lotion before you go in with any other product.
Step 2: Prime Your Face
Apply your hydrating primer all over your face with your fingers.
Step 3: Apply Your Foundation
Spray some hydrating mist on your beauty sponge to make it damp and take a little bit of liquid foundation on the sponge and blend it out properly all over your face. If you’re going for a more intense coverage for a party or an event, it’s advisable to use a high coverage liquid foundation to conceal all redness.
Step 4: Add Some Concealer
Use a liquid concealer that is very pigmented yet lightweight in a shade that’s one or two shades lighter than your skin tone for the areas that you want to conceal and highlight. To conceal spots, use a shade that matches your skin tone. Blend the product out using your damp sponge.
Step 5: Set Your Face With A Setting Powder
Using a powder brush, gently pat your setting powder all over your face to set your concealer and foundation.
Step 6: Apply Bronzer And Blush
For some warmth, add a bit of bronzer with a brush. Use a creamy blush on the apples of your cheeks to add a bit of color to your face. However, if you’re facing a lot of redness, then just the bronzer should suffice as it helps create a natural glow while balancing out any red patches.
Step 7: Use Your Setting Spray To Lock Your Makeup In Place
Set your makeup with a setting spray to keep your face nice and hydrated, and to seal your makeup in place.