Yoga Skin is trending this 2019 that will make your skin glow like a Goddess hiding imperfections
2018 Had been the year for many beauty launches, and there have been so many make up skincare trends too, but its hard to keep up From the rising dominance of J beauty care launch, to lion mane brows and even face lift tape, the list is long and youd be easily forgiven if you havent had time to try them all
Beauty: 2018 Had been the year for many beauty launches, and there have been so many make up skincare trends too, but it's hard to keep up. From the rising dominance of J- beauty care launch, to lion mane brows and even face lift tape, the list is long and you'd be easily forgiven if you haven't had time to try them all.
But as the New Year starts it's the time kick off with the new try make it Yoga skin. The Technique, which was created and coined by makeup artist Sara hill, will not only give you the glowiest skin of your life, but it's so eay, you'll be done in in just a few minutes.
BUT WHAT IS THIS YOGA SKIN AND HOW CAN ONE GET IT EASILY?
You know it's going to give you glow, and you certainly want to try it out dont you? But if you're wondering how yoga skin differs from other trends like glass and cloudless skin, here we explain.
yoga skin is a all about a look that feels real. Glass skin and smiliar trends are about creating perfected, flawless complexion, but yoga skin is about creating luscious, fresh and juicy skin that looks natural, but glowing with health.
BUT WHY DID THEY NAME THIS AS YOGA SKIN? Coz when you step out of the yoga studio your skin is juicy dewy and super- hydrated with gorgeous radiance. it's not about hiding imperfections byt creating a hyper real version of your natural skin, pinchable and just irrestiable.
How to get Yoga skin?
Dont worry you dont really have to do yoga to get this yoga skin.
To get the look, start by applying your regular skincare as normal, and leave it for at least five minutes to settle into your skin.
Apply a layer of primer, and then it's time to get to mixing what i love about this look is that it's completely customisible to your needs, preferences and skin types.
create your skin mix. use a ration of 60-70 percent foundation, 15 percent facial oil, 10 percent liquid illuminator, 5 percent glow drops
if you have dry skin you can also squeeze in a small amount of moisturiser for extra hydration. if you have oily skin you can also use less of the skin care mix and have higher percentage of foundation in the cocktail.
massage the mix into your skin using your hands, in layers. push the mix into the skin to really work it and to get the blood pumping, creating a natural flush. let each year settle for a minute, and build up until you're happy with the finished effect.
apply liquid or cfream concealerwhere you feel you need extra coverage , using a fluffy eyeshadow brush for a lighter, more natural effect.
you can powder if you need to, but keep it very minimal. This look is about fresh, dewy skin so only use powder where absolutely necessary.