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Put your best face forward! Get inspired by our face makeup tutorials for fresh-faced newbies and certified artistes alike. Let's start with the basic, must-have face makeup tips: learn how to find the liquid or powder foundation finish of your dreams, then dive into 4 genius concealer tips. Next, make blemishes unclockable with our guide to covering pimples. These face makeup guides and more are at your fingertips!

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    First, get to know your skin undertone. With this in mind, you can choose a natural foundation shade that blends like a dream. Those with warm undertones will suit foundations with golden, peach or olive tints. Cool complexions should choose a foundation with pink or red tones. And those with neutral undertones will find foundations with a balance of warm and cool shades most flattering. Swatch your foundation on your jaw in natural light to confirm whether it's a match, or head to our Fit Me shade finder tool for a virtual option!

    Do you have oily, dry or combination skin? First, choose a primer and foundation formula that caters to your skin type – mattifying for oily skin, hydrating for dry skin or balancing for combination skin. After skincare, apply your chosen primer all over (or just to the areas you need it). Apply powder, cream or liquid foundation with your favourite tool. Fingertips will melt product into skin (and are an economical option), while brushes tend to give fuller coverage, and beauty sponges will help achieve a sheer effect. Dot concealer onto areas you'd like more coverage, such as under the eyes, and blend with your preferred tool. If you have oily or combination skin, you might like to set and protect your work with face powder and setting spray.

    Long-lasting face makeup starts with primer. If you usually notice your makeup sliding around or breaking up in certain areas, dab on a mattifying primer like Fit Me Matte + Poreless Primer before foundation. It'll make all the difference! On the other end of your makeup routine, use a fluffy brush to tap face powder over your foundation and concealer, paying special attention to the t-zone and other oily-prone areas. For your finishing flourish, spritz Lasting Fix Makeup Spray across your face in an X shape to ensure you cover all areas.