Foundations are the basis of every makeup appearance. The way you apply the foundation affects the coverage, texture, and overall uniformity of your appearance. It is possible to apply foundation in a variety of ways and determine which method works best for your skin. Here are the various methods you can use for the foundation:
Applying foundation with fingers is among the most popular methods to apply foundation on a daily basis. Fingers give a light, even coverage and aid in blending the product effortlessly into the skin. Start with a small amount of foundation, apply it across your face, mix it with your fingers, and then gently rub it onto your skin. Opt for this technique if you’re in a hurry and need a simple, easy makeup appearance.
A stippling brush is a great tool to apply liquid foundation, especially if it’s thin. Apply the foundation on your face using the stippling brush, using light circular motions to mix it evenly. Stippling brushes are always available in duo-fibers, which help to give your foundation a flawless and uniform appearance.
Tips: If you suffer from dry skin, do not use a stippling brush since the bristles at the top that move in a circular manner can cause micro-exfoliation of your skin, which could make the skin dry and flaky.
The Beauty Blender Sponge
A moist beauty blender will help to soak the foundation deeply into the skin. The design of the blender (shaped like an egg) assists in the mixing of the product in areas such as the hairline, under the eyelids, and more. Very easy. Be sure not to push the blender against your skin. Instead, you can gently bounce it off your skin, ensuring that the product is smooth and well-buffed.
Flat foundation brush
Utilizing an angled foundation brush, use a flat foundation brush to apply the foundation in downward strokes, spreading the product over your neck and face. After that, make use of that same tool to apply the foundation a second time. Don’t skimp on the tapping process since it helps the foundation penetrate your skin and pores.
If you own a foundation that provides high coverage and you want to achieve a more natural appearance, make use of a brush to apply it. Apply the foundation to areas of the face that you believe require coverage (remember, a small amount goes a long way) and apply the powder brush with slow downward strokes.This will give you incredibly thin coverage, similar to the moisturizer that has a tint. This can also prevent a cakey or smudge-like finish.
Always make sure your skin is adequately moisturized before applying foundation for the most effective results.