How To Apply Keromask

Before Application:
Always apply Keromask to clean, dry skin. If your skin is very greasy then it
may be necessary to wipe the area first with a gentle skin toner to remove
the excess oil.
To test for suitable colour:
The natural selector guide will help determine colours that are most relevant
to your skins natural shade. Select a pre-mixed colour you think will be
suitable, and place a very small amount directly next to the area of skin requiring the camouflage. Gently
blend the cream over the area to ensure that the selected colour is a good match for your natural skin
You may need to mix two colours together to achieve an acceptable skin match.
This is especially so if your skin changes colour due to on-going medical procedures. Mixing can be
achieved on the back of the hand or on a palette, and any of the 21 skin shades or preliminary mixing
colours can be mixed to achieve the desired result.
Application Technique:
•  Place the required amount of Keromask cream on the back of the hand.
•  The best technique in applying Keromask over small areas or fine scarring is to use a professional
Keromask foundation brush. Your finger tips or cosmetic sponge are better tools for larger and sensitive
areas of skin. Pick up the Keromask from the back of the hand and carefully apply the camouflage- trying
to keep the cream inside the area and blending gently into the margin.
•  Take care to ensure that the Keromask blends well all over the area
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About Keromask Mineral Rich Finishing Powders
To fix the Keromask cream and give a long lasting finish, the mineral rich finishing powder should be
dusted very lightly onto the area, using a round brush. The Keromask Finishing Powders come in four
shades (translucent, light, medium and dark) ensuring a perfect colour match for all skin types. The
translucent powder is designed such that it will not alter the colour of the camouflage. The finishing
powders not only set the foundation, helping to keep it in place, but also prepare the skin for additional
‘dry’ products to be applied, e.g. eye shadows and blushers. Once the base is set, any additional products
will easily glide onto the skin