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transparentelegance asked:

16 Oct 2009

how to make my face look less red?

without makeup my nose looks sorta red how can make it less red there?



thekitten89 says:

Posted on 16 Oct 2009

Its due to poor blood circulation around your nose area... I get it too and have to resort to cover up + bronzer to make it look brown!

Just try and do a few star jumps & get your blood pumping and generally stay warm to avoid it.

Other than that, if its just a genetic thing then I'm afraid I don't know what else to do :|


barbipixi says:

Posted on 17 Oct 2009

lol that girl has it backwards the red is becuase too much circlulation to your nose like when you cry or blush it probly turns into roudoulf lol

you can use some makeup or try putting some vitamin k to try to get the blood flow not so much but yea not much you can do i would try putting on some concelier on your nose first first then using some foundation powder on all of your face

try a few things at home first and see what looks right


ctl888 says:

Posted on 18 Oct 2009

areas of my face gets a little red due to irritation and my skin allergies. I fiound a skin soothing toner.. something with rose or olives .. I also use a face wash that reduces redness. my skin is so sensitive. I have found that l'occitane olive products seem to work for my face and to reduce redness. I try to avoid wearing makeup because it is not good for your skin. if you need to always use primer so the makeup does not rest directly on your skin. this also prevents redness for I always use primer if I have to wear makeup.


sazbag says:

Posted on 20 Oct 2009

If you mean like blotches, as a quick solution for when you're going out, you can spray a little nasal decongestant spray on the red patch and it'll cool down the inflamation.


ramilyn says:

Posted on 04 Apr 2013

You may speak with a dermatologist about that particular concern of yours. Dr. Schweiger is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center. He may help you with that.

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