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Achieve a Real-Life Filtered Finish with the ‘Cloud Skin’ Makeup Trend

The new fashion trend in 2024 is the ‘Cloud Skin’ makeover. From the ‘Glass skin’s shiny, glossy and reflective face to a soft, light touch skin texture, cloud skin is the freshest makeup technique that’s running rampant on social media and the fashion industry. The matte makeup application trend is diffused and delicately blurry, easy to create and suits everyone,

Cloud skin makeup techniques have been a favourite nowadays amongst celebrity makeup artists for creating red-carpet looks. Using this technique fashionistas can give their skin a balance of radiant glow and soft-focus blurring matte finish look without appearing flat or overly shiny. It’s a blend of matte and dewy textures, giving a hazy, lit-from-within look. Moreover, it works on all skin types and looks good throughout the day without making you look like a greasy mess.

Let’s learn how to nail the ‘Dewy Meets Matte, Cloud Skin Trend’ this summer:

Step 1: Prep Your Skin

Begin by thoroughly cleansing your face. Remove impurities. Then start by hydrating your skin with a hydrating toner and moisturizer. All we need is to create a smooth base for your makeup.

Step 2: Apply Lightweight Foundation for Perfection

Apply a lightweight, dewy foundation to your skin to blur imperfections and offer a translucent radiant finish. Use a damp makeup sponge, and blend it seamlessly into your skin to minimize the appearance of pores and fine lines. You may use a radiant primer before this step, as it creates a velvety smooth surface or use a concealer on any blemishes or dark circles for that extra coverage.

Step 3: Soft-Focus Powder

To set your foundation and enhance the ‘Cloud Skin’ effect, use a finely milled translucent setting powder. Lightly dust it over your face, focusing on the T-zone and any areas prone to oiliness. This will help to control shine while maintaining a soft, matte finish.

Step 4: Subtle Contour, Blush and Highlighter

At this stage to may use cream or liquid blush, luminous highlighter, and bronzer, that will up the ante on the skin’s radiance. For a natural, sculpted look, apply a subtle shade contour (one or two shades darker than your natural skin tone) to your cheekbones, jawline, and temples. Avoid overly glittery highlighters and instead, opt for ones that give a soft, radiant sheen. Finish with a dewy setting spray.

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