Make-up Tip of the Month | January ๐Ÿ‘Œ


Hii my beauties ๐Ÿ’‹ ย !!

Todayโ€™s post will be make-up tip of the month!

This tip is kind of weird when I first got to know about it, but Iโ€™ve tested it ever since and it totally checks out. I got to know about this tip through Nikkia Joy on YouTube, she is really good!

Itโ€™s a tip especially for us who have oily and combination skin with an oily T-Zone.

So the tip is:

Applying MACโ€™s Paint Pot in Painterly/ Soft Ochre on the nose, before applying the foundation, so the foundation doesnโ€™t budge on the nose.


I know, this sounds so weird!

We, oily skinned girls, know how hard it is to make the foundation stay for longer on our noses. Itโ€™s a real struggle, even primers donโ€™t help them stay for as long as we need them to.

So, if you are not aware with the MAC Paint Pots they are a crรจme eyeshadow but because of its staying power and its consistency itโ€™s used as an eyeshadow primer, and it works really well at that.

So basically because of this product and itโ€™s tacky and thick consistency, helps hold on to the foundation and helps it last for longer.

And itโ€™s basically that.

Do try it and let me know how it worked out for you guys, I would love to hear your feedback.

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16 thoughts on “Make-up Tip of the Month | January ๐Ÿ‘Œ

      1. Hehehe, no one needs itโ˜บ. All of us want to wear, I feel like no one should need it. Everyone is beautiful just as they are โ˜บ. And definitely not a stupid question

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