As you’ll learn on any good makeup artist course, you definitely need the right products and tools if you want great results. The same thing absolutely applies when it comes to your skincare routine, as you also need healthy skin to give you the basis for those natural makeup looks you’re going for.
So, to assist you in this regard, we’re going to be covering the essential products that you need to include in your skincare routine so that you get fantastic results, regardless of whether you’re applying wedding makeup or 80’s makeup for a fun night out. So, without further ado, let’s begin.
An Appropriate Moisturiser:
Perhaps THE most important product to have in your kit is a suitable moisturiser for your skin type. All beauty courses online have this as a central theme, as hydration for your skin is vital, no matter what condition it might be in. Just make sure that it’s designed to meet your needs perfectly.
An Effective Cleanser:
Another product that will feature prominently in any good makeup artist course online is a cleanser, as it’s what’s needed to form the basis of your routine. Typically speaking, you’re best off going for a water-soluble product that’s gentle enough to clean but not cause dryness.
An Appropriate Exfoliator:
Our next product is perhaps not part of your daily routine, but it does need to be included at least once or twice a week. Typically, exfoliants are chemical (best for sensitive skin), or physical-based products (Including micro-granules) and the ideal one for you will depend on your skin type.
A Toner for a Completely Clean Slate:
While not everyone chooses to use a toner in their skincare routine, those who do get to ensure that there’s absolutely no debris, makeup or all left behind. This is a great prepping product that gets your skin properly primed for any makeup you’re about to apply.
A Skin-Nourishing, Brightening Serum:
Look online and you’ll find a wide range of top-quality serums that work to hydrate, repair and brighten the skin for a younger look. As you’ll see by looking at a YouTube makeup tutorial or two, they can be used to focus on whatever skin-ageing issue you might have. With hyaluronic acid and other skin-boosting ingredients, everything you do will benefit from its inclusion.
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Tailored skincare routines represent just one of many things you’ll learn when training to become a professional makeup artist. And by far the easiest and most convenient way to learn is with an OCA makeup artist course like our Makeup Fundamentals Certificate. With every hour completed counting towards your CPD points and one to one mentoring included, our video-based courses are about as mentally stimulating as professional training gets.
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