ALL ABOUT - Foundations

One of the most challenging parts in the whole makeup routine is finding that perfect shade as well as texture for your foundation. It is tricky, but with some simple pointers, you can find the perfect foundation. 
The key to the right foundation is to have it match your skin shade and tone and complement the skin type as well. Before starting the quest of finding the perfect foundation for you, there are a few things which you should keep in mind. 
WHAT TO REMEMBER WHEN SHOPPING FOR FOUNDATION
KNOW YOUR TONES
Your undertone varies from warm to cool or pinkish to yellowish and it is important to know your undertone for best results
KNOW YOUR SHADE
No one instantly knows their exact skin shade. It’s a gradual process, but try to opt for a shade that comes the closest to your skin tone for a natural look. There are a variety of foundation shades present in the market so know your skin shade before you go shopping.  
EXPERIMENT WITH LIGHTING
It is advisable to pay attention to how you look in a different light. As your skin tone in the sunlight may vary in appearance from what it looks like inside your house. Check your shade near a window, it will help you to choose the perfect shade for you
HOW TO CHOOSE THE PERFECT FOUNDATION FOR YOURSELF?
To begin with, there are three basic types of foundation and you need to pick the one you want:
Liquid foundation: This is extremely light and blends very easily with your skin and comes in a variety of bases like oil, water and oil-free.

Cream foundation: These offer more coverage, makes the skin moist and can be also used as a concealer, and is best for dry skin or combination skin.

Powder foundation: The most common ones are in a pressed powder formula and are generally used to set makeup. This can also be used to give you a matte finish and a sheer look. 
Once you have an idea about the kind of foundation you want, it is time to pick your shade in two easy steps.
Step 1: Use a shade card to narrow down your skin’s shade.
Step 2: Use a tester from the store and do a patch test on your jaw to see if the shade matches.
Voila, you now have your perfect foundation so go get your makeup on!