Who What Wear: “I Finally Found the One Blush My Oily 40-Year-Old Skin Approves Of”
It’s also important to mention how skincare plays a part in makeup application. To help prevent blush from sinking into mature skin, Dorman suggests using a serum that contains both niacinamide and hyaluronic acid, as the former tightens pores, and the latter plumps the skin. “One of my favorites is Emepelle’s Serum because it contains these key ingredients in a light texture that works for all skin types,” she says. I’m pretty serious about my skincare these days (especially after experiencing a few stints of serious pandemic depression where I’d skip washing my face a couple of times a week), so Dorman’s advice to use niacinamide is something I’m definitely going to consider.