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Master Creaseproof Makeup: Your Ultimate Guide to Flawless, Long-Lasting Beauty

Discover the secrets of creaseproof makeup with our step-by-step guide. From primer to finishing touches, learn how to achieve a flawless, long-lasting look that withstands any challenge.

Creating a flawless, creaseproof makeup look might seem like a daunting task, but with the right techniques and products, it's easily achievable.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you master the art of long-lasting, beautiful makeup.


It’s crucial to pair your primer with your foundation correctly. If you’re using a silicone-based primer, ensure your foundation is also silicone-based. The same goes for oil-based and water-based products. Check the top five ingredients to understand the composition of your primer and foundation.

Apply your primer with clean fingers, letting it settle into your skin. Follow up by misting your face with setting spray.

Apply your foundation using your preferred brush. Buff and dap it into the skin for a streak-free finish.


Apply under-eye concealer with your fingertips, but before blending, give your face another spray of setting powder. Blend your concealer gently, using your fingers or a soft brush like a crease brush. If needed, use a dry beauty blender to press out any streaks. Remember, less is more for a natural-looking skin.


For bronzer application, use a firm, angled contour brush for a precise application. Apply to the cheekbones, sides of the nose, forehead, and eyelids for a bronzed, lifted appearance. Modify the application to suit your face shape.


Opt for a cream blush, applying it onto the back of your hand before buffing it onto the cheekbone in a patting motion. This technique prevents the product from shifting. Once blended, set it with a mist of setting spray.


Choose a translucent powder for light, pale skin, and a skin-toned powder for medium to dark skin to avoid a chalky, ashy finish. Apply sparingly, focusing on the under-eye area, T-zone, and around the nose. Let your makeup settle, then apply a final mist of setting spray.


While the setting spray is drying, gently press powder onto the face using a powder puff. This technique "sandwiches" the setting spray between layers of powder, helping to prolong your makeup. If necessary, apply an additional pop of powder blush.

Now, you’re ready to face the day (or night) with confidence, knowing your makeup won’t crack or budge.

For more detailed insights and tips on professional makeup application, don't forget to check out my book, "Make Up Your Face: Your Personal Guide to Professional Looking Makeup." It's packed with expert advice and techniques that will elevate your makeup game to the next level. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned makeup enthusiast, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone looking to enhance their makeup skills.

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