Beauty expert Chloe Morello explains why she shaves her face for flawless foundation results

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Beauty expert shares the unusual thing she does twice a month to get a ‘flawless finish’ every time with her foundation

  • Beauty expert and blogger Chloe Morello shared why she often shaves her face
  • Dermaplaning is beneficial for removing unwanted ‘peach down’ from the skin
  • Chloe said she puts a little oil on her face before gently scraping it over with a razor blade
  • She does this twice a month to ensure flawless makeup

Beauty expert and blogger Chloe Morello has revealed why she shaves her face twice a month to get a ‘flawless finish’ every time with her foundation.

The 30-year-old expert said facial shaving – or ‘dermaplaning’ – is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face and on your cheeks or chin before applying skin care and makeup.

“ A great hack to get a really flawless foundation result is to shave the peach-colored fuzz on your face, ” Chloe said in a TikTok video about the subject.

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Beauty expert and blogger Chloe Morello (pictured) has revealed why she shaves her face twice a month to get a 'flawless finish' every time with her foundation

Beauty expert and blogger Chloe Morello (pictured) has revealed why she shaves her face twice a month to get a ‘flawless finish’ every time with her foundation

BEFORE: The 30-year-old expert said that shaving the face - or 'dermaplaning' - is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face

BEFORE: The 30-year-old expert said that shaving the face - or 'dermaplaning' - is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face

NA: The 30-year-old expert said facial shaving - or 'dermaplaning' - is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face

NA: The 30-year-old expert said facial shaving - or 'dermaplaning' - is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face

BEFORE AND AFTER: The 30-year-old expert said facial shaving – or ‘dermaplaning’ – is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face and on your cheeks

Chloe said to try it yourself at home, you just need to follow a few simple steps.

“I apply an oil, which I usually do after showering when my skin and hair follicles soften from the shower,” Chloe explained.

“Use an eyebrow razor – this one is from Revlon – to gently remove the peach-colored frizz from your face, being careful not to shave your eyebrows, of course.”

`` I apply an oil and I usually do it after a shower when my skin and hair follicles are softened by the shower, '' Chloe explained as she demonstrated the process (photo)

`` I apply an oil and I usually do it after a shower when my skin and hair follicles are softened by the shower, '' Chloe explained as she demonstrated the process (photo)

`` I apply an oil and I usually do it after a shower when my skin and hair follicles are softened by the shower, '' Chloe explained as she demonstrated the process (photo)

`` I apply an oil and I usually do it after a shower when my skin and hair follicles are softened by the shower, '' Chloe explained as she demonstrated the process (photo)

“ I apply an oil and I usually do it after a shower when my skin and hair follicles are softened by the shower, ” Chloe explained as she demonstrated the process (photo)

`` Use an eyebrow razor - this one is from Revlon - to gently remove the peach-colored fuzz from your face, and of course, be careful not to shave your eyebrows, '' she said (photo)

`` Use an eyebrow razor - this one is from Revlon - to gently remove the peach-colored fuzz from your face, and of course, be careful not to shave your eyebrows, '' she said (photo)

“ Use an eyebrow razor – this one is from Revlon – to gently remove the peach-colored fuzz from your face, and of course, be careful not to shave your eyebrows, ” she said (photo)

Once you have removed all of the hair you want to remove from your face, your esthetician recommends washing your face and applying a ‘gentle’ moisturizer suitable for sensitive skin.

“When you start applying your foundation, it looks so flawless and smooth,” Chloe said.

She added that you should always do a patch test first to make sure the process works for your skin, and you can dermaplane as often as twice a month for best results.

Chloe (pictured) said she shaves her face about twice a month and gets a much better result than waxing

Chloe (pictured) said she shaves her face about twice a month and gets a much better result than waxing

Chloe (pictured) said she shaves her face about twice a month and gets a much better result than waxing

What is dermaplaning and what are the benefits?

Regular dermaplaning has many benefits, including brighter and better skin and minimizing wrinkles

Regular dermaplaning has many benefits, including brighter and better skin and minimizing wrinkles

Regular dermaplaning has many benefits, including brighter and better skin and minimizing wrinkles

* Dermaplaning is a cosmetic procedure in which the top layers of the skin are removed. The procedure aims to remove fine wrinkles and deep acne scars and leave the skin surface looking smooth.

* Dermaplaning is a skin treatment that uses an exfoliating blade to remove dead skin cells and hair from your face. It is also referred to as microplaning or blading.

* Dermaplaning aims to make the skin surface smooth, youthful and radiant. This treatment claims to remove deep acne scars and uneven pockmark marks on your skin. It is also used to remove peach fluff, which are the short, soft hairs on your face.

* When you look at the tool used for dermaplaning treatments, you may notice that it resembles a razor blade that you would use on your body hair.

* The basic concept of dermaplaning is the same as shaving. Aiming a sterile blade at a 45-degree angle and slowly dragging it across your skin will remove dead cells, scar tissue, and other debris that may make the skin surface look uneven.

Source: Healthline

Chloe (pictured) added that you should always do a patch test first to make sure the process is working for your skin

Chloe (pictured) added that you should always do a patch test first to make sure the process is working for your skin

Chloe (pictured) added that you should always do a patch test first to make sure the process is working for your skin

More than 100,000 people who saw the video were impressed with the results shown in Chloe's video and said they would love to try it for themselves (Chloe in the photo)

More than 100,000 people who saw the video were impressed with the results shown in Chloe's video and said they would love to try it for themselves (Chloe in the photo)

More than 100,000 people who saw the video were impressed with the results shown in Chloe’s video and said they would love to try it for themselves (Chloe in the photo)

More than 100,000 people who saw the video were impressed with the results in Chloe’s video and said they would love to try it for themselves.

“I want to try this because waxing irritates my skin so much,” wrote one woman.

“I love this and I’m definitely going to try it,” added another.

Others said that while they get it done professionally, they are a little too scared to do it themselves at home.

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