A Guide to Using ZERO Makeup’s Face Perfecting Palette

A Guide to Using ZERO Makeup’s Face Perfecting Palette

Apr 16, 2024ZERO Makeup

In the world of filtered selfies and those heavily edited Instagram photos, let’s talk about a beauty trend that took over our feeds – the ‘no makeup’ makeup look. It’s that effortlessly radiant glow that seems to say, “I woke up like this.”


But let’s be real, achieving that subtle glow requires the right products and a touch of finesse. And such products are scientifically engineered, backed by research and data. Having spent about four decades in the makeup world and working on thousands of local and international faces, Nabila launched ZERO Makeup – a brand that believes in less is more. And she has forever believed that you don’t have to layer up nor ‘doll up’ to look flawless. Hence ‘ZERO’ Makeup!


Meet the ZERO Makeup Face Perfecting Palette

If you were to keep only one makeup product in your vanity, it must be ZERO Makeup’s Face Perfecting Palette. It’s everyone’s favorite at the ZERO Makeup headquarters.


This all-in-one makeup palette contains everything you need to achieve a flawless finish, including concealer, blending base, blush, lipstick, and powder.


Picture this: lightweight, skin-loving formulas that blur imperfections and enhance your natural beauty without your skin feeling heavy or cakey. With each shade carefully curated, ZERO Makeup’s Face Perfecting Palette gives you skin-like feeling while effortlessly giving you a flawless finish. Think of a full-face makeup, without really looking like you did makeup.


It empowers you to embrace your unique and gorgeous features while keeping things low-key chic. So, whether you are off to brunch with the squad or a virtual work meeting, it’s got you covered.


Let’s talk about how you can rock that no-makeup look with confidence and style.


What Does the Face Perfecting Palette Do?


  • STEP 1: The Concealer hides dark circles and unevenness


  • STEP 2: The Blender seamlessly infuses the concealer


  • STEP 3: The Blusher warms the apples of your cheeks


  • STEP 4: The Lipstick defines your pout


  • STEP 5: And the Powder sets it for hours


First up, let’s talk about the concealer. This creamy formula is your go-to for covering up any imperfections, from dark circles to blemishes. Simply dab a small amount onto problem areas and blend with your fingertips or a makeup sponge. The key here is to keep it light – you want to even out your skin tone without masking your natural beauty.



Next, apply your base. The blending base in the Face Perfecting Palette is perfect for smoothing out any harsh lines and creating a seamless canvas for your makeup. Apply a thin layer all over your face, focusing on areas where you applied concealer, and blend well to ensure a natural-looking finish.




Now, let’s add a pop of color to those cheeks. The sheer cream blush is lightweight and buildable, making it easy to achieve a subtle flush of color that looks like it came from within. Just rock that smile and apply the blush to the apples of your cheeks, blending upwards towards your temples for a youthful, rosy glow.



Moving on to the lips, the hydrating lipstick in your palette is your ticket to a soft and supple pout. The creamy formula glides on effortlessly, providing long-lasting color and moisture without feeling heavy or sticky.



And finally, set your makeup in place. The powder is finely milled and lightweight, keeping your makeup looking fresh all day long. Using a fluffy brush, gently dust the powder over your T-zone and any areas prone to oiliness to lock in your look and ensure it stays put.



And that’s it. You have your no makeup look ready. There’s something truly magical about embracing your natural glow and for us, it’s not about conforming to trends or following the crowd, it’s about celebrating your individuality and expressing yourself with confidence and style.



Oh, and we’d love to see the looks you create with ZERO Makeup’s Face Perfecting Palette. Tag us on Instagram and get featured on our platform!

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