From our award-winning Pressed Base to our extensive selection of beauty essentials, each of our antioxidant infused base formulas is designed to nourish, correct and protect. In an array of problem-solving shades to suit every beauty ideal, Glo Skin Beauty is more than makeup: it’s a foundation for transformation. These are our four easy steps to flawless skin.
Create your own perfect canvas. Start with a smooth, more uniform surface by filling in fine lines and imperfections while extending the wearability of your foundation. If you’re dealing with smudging, creasing or disappearing foundation, adding a primer to your morning face makeup routine will make a noticeable difference. Learn more about how primer works.
A little primer can go a long way. Most formulas like Face Primer or Tinted Primer SPF 30 can be applied with a liquid foundation brush, but an oil-absorbing formula like Mattifying Primer should be applied with the fingers in small sections.
Dimethicone, a silicone-based polymer has a silky texture. It conditions and protects the skin against water loss with a light, breathable layer and minimizes the appearance of fine lines.
Embrace the full spectrum of flawless skin. Our top-selling, skin nurturing foundations are available in a variety of finishes, coverage levels and shades—allowing you customized complexion perfection. First, select a mineral foundation formula with the finish and coverage you desire, then find your color match.
Often flawless skin cannot be achieved with base alone, so that’s where concealing comes in. Correct with mineral concealers. Concealing isn’t just about covering up. Concealer can also be used to highlight certain areas of the face and brighten the complexion. These richly pigmented mineral formulas allow you to effortlessly cover imperfections to even and brighten your skin.
One common question we are asked is why we recommend applying concealer. After you apply foundation, you will likely find that your foundation’s coverage is already hiding any unwanted blemishes, redness or hyperpigmentation. Ultimately, applying your products in this order allows you to use less concealer. Less is more!