What’s Your Skintype?

“Skin Type 1 Very Dry
Characteristics: Oil zone is limited to the nose area, if oil surfaces at all, it is in the evening, follicles are not visible
Common Problems: Small blackheads in the nasal area, skin tendency towards deep hydration, wrinkles and lines are the predominant problem
Goal: Rehydrate to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and lines, combat deep dehydration, dissolve small blackheads

Skin Type 2 Dry
Characteristics: Oil zone includes the nose to the inside corner of the eyes, oil surfaces around 4 pm or 8 hrs after cleansing, follicles are small
Common Problems: Small resistive blackheads and milia are common in the oil zone, skin is surface dehydrated
Goal: Normalize the moisture level in the surface skin cells to dissolve small resistive blackheads, loosen milia for easy removal, combat surface dehydration

Skin Type 3 Normal
Characteristics: Oil zone includes the nose to the inside of the iris of the eyes, oil surfaces around 2 pm or 6 hrs after cleansing, follicles are normal size
Common Problems: Resistive blackheads and milia are common in th oil zone, skin is oilier in warm weather
Goal: Maintain a normal skin condition to keep the skin in optimal shape, balance oil production year round

Skin Type 4 Oily
Characteristics: Oil zone includes the nose to the outside edge of the iris of the eyes, oil surfaces around noon or 4 hours after cleansing, follicles are slightly enlarged
Common Problems: Resistive blackheads and milia are common in the oil zone, prone to breakouts
Goal: Nomalize the skin’s secretions to prevent excess oiliness and dehydration to discourage formation of blackheads, minimize breakout

Skin Type 5 Very Oily
Characteristics: Oil zone covers whole surface of the face, oil surfaces almost immediately after cleansing, follicles are very large and visible
Commom Problems: Blackheads are common in the oil zone, skin has an orange peel appearance, prone to breakouts, skin is greasy
Goal: Control the excess oil production to discourage the formation of blackheads, eliminate the greasy feeling, minimize breakouts”

Know your skin type to get the right skincare regimen. Not knowing your skin type and using the wrong skincare regimen could cause breakout and not getting the proper balance.

~Only Your X Skincare

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About jleesillusions

At age 15, I grew an interest in doing hair and started experimenting with my own and my families'. For my four years of high school I wanted to go to school for cosmetology. Going through depression, I cut my own hair rocking a natural for 6 years, losing my relationship with my hair and the love for doing it. At age 21, I started working for Belk department store in the accessory dept. On the outside looking in, I vowed you would never catch me working in cosmetics. Makeup, yea rite that's not me; but the more I visited the dept I grew a profound interest. With my skincare regimen being purpose soap and cocoa butter and a chapstick wearer; I got the opportunity in 2002 working for Fashion Fair Cosmetics. After working a year there, I moved to the Estee Lauder Cosmetic Counter where I worked for 5 years as a beauty advisor earning top performer every year even out selling the manager of the counter. I am now branching out on my own as a Makeup Artist specializing in makeovers for proms, weddings, photoshoots, class reunions, or any other special events. I have even had the experience in making up the decease. My goal is to make this my lifetime profession specializing in makeovers, facials, brows, lashes, manicures, and pedicures after going to school and gettin my esthetician and nail technician license. To book me contact me via email @ jleesillusions@gmail.com A portfolio with pictures is provided via facebook.com/jleesillusionsmua facebook.com/jtweetylee or myspace.com/jaylee05 Prices provided via the note labeled Need a Makeup Artist Thanks 4 the Support!!!

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