• Laurie Swigart


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Cream makeup can be applied to a clean, grease-free face with a synthetic rubber sponge, a soft brush, or your finger. Colors may be mixed together to create different shades. Cream makeup should only be applied in a thin coating, enough to color the skin and hide minor blemishes. Then set the makeup with a translucent makeup powder, pressing the powder into the cream with a powder puff. Clean any excess powder off by going over the entire makeup job with a damp sponge or cloth, being careful to only pat your skin. Rubbing with the damp sponge or cloth could cause smudging. Cream makeup may be removed with soap and water, or most facial cleansers. As always, follow the instructions that come with any product!

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