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    “Cloud Skin” Trend On TikTok Effortlessly Combines Matte And Dewy Makeup

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    There’s no doubting TikTok is a never-ending gift, especially when it comes to demonstrating creative and functional techniques that individuals may incorporate into their regular cosmetic procedures. And now, TikTok’s popular cloud skin trend is a win-win situation for everyone because it flawlessly combines a dewy and matte look.

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    So, what exactly does that mean? Well, the cloud skin craze consists of creating a soft and hazy matte look, while still letting your skin breathe allowing a natural glow.

    MAC Cosmetics’ Global Senior Artist, Dominic Skinner—who originally coined the term cloud skin—explained why people were opting for the versatile look. Fun fact: The trend initially took off in 2020 during London Fashion Week, but it’s been picking up steam once again on TikTok.

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    “People are becoming fascinated with skincare and skin treatments but they also aren’t seeing foundation and powder as something they simply put on and run with,” Dominic told Refinery29 at the time. “It’s all about specifically placed powder, a touch of foundation and a facial oil to prime the skin.”

    As for where you should dust your powder? The makeup artist suggested you mattify the inner corners of the eyes and around the nostrils, which will make your foundation last longer.

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    But if you tend to shine in other areas that you don’t want to be highlighted (no pun intended), he said, “I always powder the jawline so it makes the cheeks look slightly shiny and sheer. And when you powder your forehead, just powder the hairline because you control the placement of the shine, and the powder will slowly dissipate and graduate to nothing.”

    All in all the cloud skin trend adds softness and radiance to the complexion, with Dominic adding, “It’s sort of lightness and a fluffiness.”

    Of course, this isn’t the only buzzy beauty fad worth trying. Keep scrolling to see all of the mind-blowing tips, tricks and techniques that have influenced us.

    Dotted Makeup Hack

    The dotted hack was one of TikTok’s most useful techniques, as it not only saves time and feels weightless on the skin but doesn’t waste your makeup. Instead of layering foundation, concealer, blush, etc. on top of each other, you simply dot the products in the areas you want them and blend them out from lightest to darkest.

    “I’m Cold”

    Partly inspired by Kylie Jenner’s snowy getaway in 2019 as well as the winter season, beauty devotees created the illusion of having flushed cheeks, a Rudolph-red nose and bright under-eyes. The look mimicked the natural flush your skin gets when you’re outside in the wintertime.

    Glazed Donut Nails

    Thanks to Hailey Bieber, having a glossy manicure was the epitome of chic. The model’s affinity for dewy skin and high-shine makeup eventually trickled down to her nails, sparking a glazed donut nail mania. She debuted the shiny claws at the 2022 Met Gala in May, which were painted in a pearlescent white. But throughout the year, Hailey refreshed her glazed donut manicure with a chocolate and holiday version.

     

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