Skin care

Mannequin skin: natural preparation for flawless make-up.

London Fashion Week is in full swing and it looks like the styling tips are spilling from Somerset House to Pai headquarters!

Although clothing steals the show, hair, makeup, and individual boast play a role in shaping every runway look.

Without wanting to objectify any models, preparing a face for makeup is a bit like preparing a wall for color! If in doubt, follow these simple steps to maximize your macquillage.

Clean and smooth your canvas

When heavy makeup is applied to unprepared skin, it can look uneven and cake-like.

Residual impurities, dead skin cells and excess make-up form in the crevices of the face, block the pores and cause skin impurities.

For a fresher finish, you should first cleanse and exfoliate your face thoroughly.

Alcohol-free products such as Pai Camellia & Rose Hydrating Cleanser remove impurities without removing the skin's natural oils.

Use our exfoliating muslin wipe to get a super smooth complexion that can be enhanced with makeup and not hidden.

Match your moisturizer to your makeup.

Make-up on dry skin usually looks dull and powdery. However, use a moisturizer that is too heavy, and you may find that your foundation is sliding over your face.

Pai Organic Geranium & Thistle Combination Skin Cream balances and balances the skin to leave a flawless finish.

This light cream formula is free of beeswax, so it doesn't get dirty and doesn't clog! It contains thistle (safflower) – a dry oil rich in omega-6 – and jojoba oil, the composition of which resembles our own sebum. Both oils absorb quickly and leave a nice matt finish and no greasy residue.

The fast-acting formula of this moisturizer makes it a great base for busy make-up artists looking for instant results and explains why it is quickly becoming an integral part of Hollywood film sets.

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Sarah is the founder of Pai Skincare, an organic skin care line for sensitive skin.

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