Cream vs Powder
“I lean towards cream products and powder minimally,” said Stiles. “Even though creams tend to move around a bit more, powders really ‘settle’ into fine lines and creases.” And there’s one area to always avoid: “Steer clear of too much powder under the eyes. It just exacerbates the problem!”
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Use Less Foundation
Stiles also noted that wearing less foundation helps, too. “The more there is on the face, the more product there is to snuggle into creases and lines. I find that a foundation brush and a damp Beautyblender gives the most flawless results. If two steps seem like one step too many, then opt for the foundation brush. It really does make a difference in how the product sits on the skin,” she explained.
And if your’e still having issues, she recommends using “a clean concealer brush,” as it works wonders for freshening up the face! They don’t have a lot of pigment in them and just take away the shine without adding more product to the skin.”