To Bake or not to Bake?

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One of the newest makeup trends I’ve been hearing about is called “baking,” and no, I don’t mean what you used to do in college ;). Baking is when you put a large amount of translucent powder over your foundation to really set the foundation into your skin and make it last longer. I tested this method and here is what I found:

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First, I always Smashbox Studio Skin 15 hour foundation: http://bit.ly/2nsL02o. It comes in 23 different shades, has a matte finish, and is the longest lasting foundation I have ever used. I wear this in shade 2.15.

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Next, I use a beauty blender sponge ( http://bit.ly/2oUqdlq) and add a ridiculous amount of Laura Mercier’s translucent loose setting powder ( http://bit.ly/2nsXxCW) under my eyes.

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I can’t believe I’m about to post this next picture but this is what it looks like (AHHH!)

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Then you let it set for a couple minutes and blend in with a powder brush:

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The finished product is truly a flawless face that lasts all day! Yep, totally jumping onboard the baking trend.

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Finish with a little bronzer and highlighter and you’re good to go!

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If you have any questions about any other product I’m wearing, please comment below. Disclaimer: This blog post contains affiliate links.

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Diana

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