Keep skin supple by applying a hydrating mask instead of foundation

For many of us, face masks have become a skincare staple. And it's not hard to see why — in just a few minutes, they can be applied to treat almost any skin concern under the sun. For a quick fix or a pampering evening treat, face masks have never been more popular.
But face masks shouldn't just be restricted to evening use. In fact, adding a hydrating face mask to your morning routine can be a wholesome way to enhance your makeup look even more. By boosting the skin's moisture before going in with your makeup routine, you can be sure your base will look smooth, soft and glowing. And even better? It'll help keep your makeup looking fresh and flawless for longer throughout the day, too.
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Materials
- Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask
- Drunk Elephant D-Bronzi Anti-Pollution Sunshine Drops
- Milk Makeup Kush High Volume Mascara
- Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer in "Fenty Glow"
Fierce League
Instructions
1. Apply a hydrating facial mask to the skin, and allow it to absorb.
2. Fill in your eyebrows using your brow product of choice.
3. Apply a bronze-toned glowy skincare product as your base makeup.
4. Apply black mascara to your eyelashes.
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5. Finish the look by applying a neutral, shimmery lip gloss.
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