After Care- Make up

After care – Make-up Aftercare Advice

Please take a moment to read the aftercare advice below; this is important because you need to know how to maintain the finished result, how

To re-apply certain products and how to achieve this look yourself. You also need to know how to remove the make-up at the end of the day or when the occasion is over.

Be aware of allergic reactions – in the event of this, remove with damp cotton wool, and apply a soothing lotion such as calamine lotion.

*Avoid swimming, heat treatment, such as steam, sauna or hot tubs and hot environment.

*Avoid UV treatments.

*Avoid touching the face

*Remember to remove your make-up at the end of the day. Use oil-based eye make-up remover for stubborn eye make-up and waterproof mascara.

*Try to cleanse tone and  moisturise your face twice a day using products suitable for your skin type.

*Exfoliate one to three times a week to brighten the complexion.

*Apply an appropriate mask after exfoliating to clear the skin and bring natural radiance.

*Give your skin a day of ‘rest’ so it can return to its normal pH and prevent the chance of break-out and stress of the skin.

*If false eyelashes were applied, please follow the instructions on removal, provided by your make-up artist or book a designated appointment.

These tips will help you to prolong wear of your make-up application throughout the day, and to look after the skin.

*We advise you to have matching face powder, eye shadow and lipstick to touch up during the day.

*Avoid touching the face

*Use a spray fixative or setting powder to make the products on the face last longer

*Use blotting sheets/paper that soak up excess oil on the skin without ruining makeup

*To re-apply lipstick, do this with a lip brush and blot, apply lip *gloss.

*You may wish to consider booking a make-up lesson, this will help you to select colours which are right for you, trendy and teach you the basics of everyday make-up application.

*If redness or irritation occurs, remove the make-up and apply a cold compress or cooling spray to the area to reduce the heat. Seek GP assistance if it doesn’t improve in 24hrs.