Face Baking!

Thursday, 3 March 2016

There always seems to be some new trend in the beauty world just after we have mastered one the next new it thing comes out that everyone is doing and I'm hear today to talk about baking... No not cookies and cakes but face baking...

So what is baking? Baking is a new trend that has started where you let translucent powder sit on your concealer for 5 to 10 minutes to help your makeup not crease and make it look flawless. The way it is suppose to work is the heat from your face almost bakes your concealer underneath the powder and makes it set so you don't end up with creasing.

So how do you actually bake? here are a few easy steps to help you get your bake on -

1) Make sure your eye area is hydrated by using an eye cream.

2) Apply a thick concealer (I have been using the Nude by Nature Liquid Mineral Concealer) in upwards motion then blend out with a damp makeup sponge.

3) Set with translucent powder (I have been using and loving the Nude by Nature Mineral Finishing Veil) then with a damp makeup sponge pick up more product and cake that stuff on! now leave for 5-10 minutes.

4) Dust off excess powder and your concealer should be ceaseless, flawless and set/baked to perfection.

 If you are looking at giving this ago the two Nude by Nature products I have mentioned above work great together also the powder is just an overall great setting powder as well. What are your thoughts on this whole face baking trend? Personally I love the way it turns out when I want a full coverage look but on an everyday basis I do not have time for it.

* Products were gifted to me for consideration, all opinions are my own and I will always give my honest opinion.

25 comments

  1. Still haven't tried face baking, but it's my birthday this weekend so I can up the makeup application a little. A good chance to try it out! Great post Nicole :)

    Kate | themintedblog.com

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    1. Oh Happy Belated Birthday Kate! I hope you had a great day and an even better night ;) xx

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  2. Nice post Nicole.. I too use Face baking when i have ample time, but not daily,..

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    1. It would take up so much time doing it daily and I don't got time for that! haha :) Thanks for reading.

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  3. This is definitely the first I've heard of face baking, I feel like I was just starting to get used to strobing! My god, beauty trends honestly move way too fast for me, haha

    www.thesundaymode.blogspot.com.au

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    1. Haha I know right! There is always something new popping up.

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  4. Haven't heard about this but sounds interesting! xo

    www.aimeroseblog.com

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  5. I've seen beauty vloggers do this and it looks interesting, but also a slight waste of powder. I'll try anything once though!

    www.beautyfromkatie.blogspot.com

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    1. Haha It is a bit isn't it! Thanks for stopping by xx

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  6. I've seen so many tutorials on ths face baking, I yet have to try it, but I think I'll have to, the result on the face is stunning!

    http://www.withlovevanessa95.blogspot.it/

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    1. It does give a great result and looks so good but just a tad time consuming :)

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  7. I've heard of this new trend but this is the first time I know what it is haha, sounds like there's some good science behind this and I'd be sure to give it a go with my Nude By Nature products!
    ~Weng wengiful

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    1. Oh yay I would love to know how you go with it! :)

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  8. We never even knew this was a thing! The makeup world is definitely changing everyday. There are so many trends and tricks that are always popping up

    M + K

    Bloglovin

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    1. It definitely is changing all the time and new trends popping up more frequently. Thanks for reading xx

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  9. Literally every single beauty vlogger I watch/follow does this but I just haven't been game enough to try it myself - plus it such a waste of powder in my opinion (Laura Mercier Translucent settiing powder does NOT come on the cheap!) Maybe just maybe I can give this ago on my next night out haha, you made it sound incredibly easy! xx

    Chantalle | www.ceceandgrace.blogspot.com.au

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    1. Haha yes I know it does take a lot of powder and for what just to brush it all off! Thanks for reading :)

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  10. I have both this concealer and powder, and I haven't tried baking yet! I definitely want to give it a go to see what the fuss is about! x

    Daniela | MissNewBeauty.net

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    1. Oh yay cannot wait to hear how you go Hun xx

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  11. It's something that requires peace and extra time, not something I would do on a daily basis. I remember the first time I tried it n my husband walked in, he had a hysterical laugh at me lol. But none-the-less love the final result.

    Sam || Beautydetour

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    1. Hahaha yes I had the same thing happen :) They just don't understand haha Defiantly not something I would be able to do on a daily basis either.

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  12. I actually just started doing this on mornings I have time I've noticed such a difference in how my makeup wears. Though some days I'm lucky to just put blush on! xo

    Kelsey | www.abalancingpeach.com

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    1. Haha I know the feeling, either you go all out or you do just the minimum.

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  13. I've been seeing this all over YT and I tried it just under the eyes once or twice and totally hate it. I don't know, maybe I didn't do it properly...Haha

    http://facetocurls.com/

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