One of my least favorite makeup items to shop for and apply is foundation. Finding the right one and applying it correctly seems somewhat more of a science than an art. It's not like eyeshadows, where you can pick whatever looks pretty and experiment with different color combinations. No, it's a little more about perfection, so making foundation mistakes is far too easy. And although shopping for and applying foundation becomes less of a struggle after some trial-and-error of learning what shades and formulas work best for you, it can still be a stressful situation.
To make the shopping a little less frustrating, there are a few things you can do before you purchase your foundation. If you're testing some out in-store, make sure you step outside to check the color match. Sometimes the lighting in a store is different from natural light, and the color of your foundation might not match as well as you thought it did. You can also ask for samples (of higher-end foundations) to test out before you buy. Make sure you really love it before investing (those high-end foundations can be expensive).
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