While there is a lot of information out there about how to transition your makeup looks from summer to winter, what about autumn? This is the season where skin starts to change from summer tans to lighter tones and it's important to know how to use your African American skin care product to keep an even complexion.
Beauty-Tips.net offers some suggestions for how to make sure that your foundation matches the season. The site recommends getting new makeup for autumn to keep up with your skin tone has it changes. You should always test foundation before buying it, and it's best to do it in the right light. Natural light is best, if you can find it.
"Test the foundation on your skin and let it set for a couple of minutes. Often, the color of foundation will change when it comes in contact with the natural acids in our skin, so the color in the bottle may not be exactly the same for everyone," according to the beauty news source.
FeelGoodStyle.com also made some suggestions for skin care during autumn. The site suggests using a mask consisting of cooked pumpkin and honey, both of which contain vitamins and antioxidants, which can help protect the skin for the coming colder months.