If you've been scarred by photos of women who clearly weren't treated very well by the flash feature, fear not – your makeup won't embarrass you in the limelight, provided you know which products to use and how much to apply.
Foundation and powder can look cakey and worse, like a douse of flour to your face when highlighted under certain camera flashes, but this is one issue that can easily be remedied. Many foundations are designed to enhance your photogenic qualities by incorporating light-reflecting pigments into their formulas.
These products aren't only beneficial for those who wish to take better pictures. According to professional makeup artist Susmta Patel, luminescent foundation is a great option for mature women who desire makeup that will make them look younger.
"Tinted moisturizers with luminescent particles or lightweight liquid foundations are best for lined skin," Patel told Health News Digest. "Unlike pressed powder, which settles into wrinkles and makes the skin look even older, a light-reflective liquid formula creates the illusion of a glowing complexion."