Color Balancing Powder Q & A

Posted on June 11, 2014 by Kate OBrien | 0 Comments

Color Balancing Powder is our secret weapon against skin discolorations, and it is on sale  now! You can learn all about its almost magical powers in our latest Q & A.

Color Balancing Powder

What is Color Balancing Powder?
Color Balancing Powder  minimizes skin discolorations. It’s quite sheer, so it doesn’t actually appear green, pink, or yellow on the skin. Instead it subtly neutralizes those unwanted discolorations. That’s why we think it’s magical. 

How do I use it to correct surface redness in my skin?
A light application of pale green Pistachio Color Balancing Powder will banish redness. Though it doesn’t look green on the skin, we recommend using it beneath your foundation. It works beautifully for dermatitis, rosacea, and even mild sunburn. Best of all, its super gentle.  And it’s Alima’s top seller.

My skin looks sallow and tired.  How can I counteract this?  Lavender Color Balancing Powder will instantly brighten your skin. This pale purple shade will enliven your complexion, and neutralize yellow dull tones in your skin. Again, we recommend a light application beneath your foundation.

I’m not looking to correct anything, I just want to brighten my complexion.  Is there a shade for me?
We suggest you check out Buttercup.  This pale yellow shade will soften slight redness, add warmth, and brighten up any complexion.

How and where do I apply Color Balancing Powder?
We recommend our #23 Kitten Brush for the perfect light application.  These powders can be applied to targeted areas, or your entire face depending on your individual skin needs.  Although, they are meant to be worn under your foundation, if no extra coverage is desired they can be used sparingly on their own.

Please don’t hesitate to contact makeupartist@alimapure.com for any further questions! We love hearing from you.

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