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Easy 5-Step Skincare Regimen Before Makeup

Pre-Makeup Skincare Program

Picture of Mary Kay Skincare Products referenced in Steps 1-5.Last week I talked about my preference for Mary Kay skincare products because they work for me. This week I’m sharing the steps I follow for caring for my skin’s daytime needs.

Before I dive in, you need to understand what works for me may not necessarily work for you. I urge you to experiment and find products suited to your skin’s needs.

Timewise is the product line used in each step

Step 1: 3-in-1 Cleanser. I use a quarter-size amount, wet my skin with warm water then apply the cleanser and gently work it into a lather. then rinse and pat dry.

Step 2: Day Solution Sunscreen SPF 35. I apply one squirt from the spritzer bottle in my hand. Then dot it all over my face and gently massage into my skin.

Step 3: Age-Fighting Moisturizer. I use about a half of a dime size (a little of the moisturizer goes a long way). Then, like the Day Solution, I dot it all over my face and gently massage into my skin.

Step 4: Foundation Primer. A dime size amount applied like the same way as in steps 2 and 3.

Step 5: Concealer. I squeeze a little less than a pea size amount on the tip of one finger and apply to problem areas with a finger on the opposite hand.

After the above 5 steps, I apply my Mineral Powder Foundation and complete my look with eyeliner, mascara and lip color.


One thought on “Easy 5-Step Skincare Regimen Before Makeup

  1. It’s important that you spoke about this at the start of this post. I will be the first to admit that my house isn’t the most well designed and decorated, but I still appreciate things that look nice and in my own head I see beauty in so many things visually that I can no longer see with my eyes. I love that you still include pictures and images on your site, but that you always describe them. I try to draw people in with my words, to make up for the fact that there may be fewer pictures on my two blogs, but it isn’t always easy. People expect visual images on whatever it may be online and I often feel like I am unable to deliver this. I love words but sometimes there is no replacement for the visual.

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