Foundation should feel as light as moisturizer, they give you the perfect toned skin, here’s how to get in on the miracle.
1:Find your perfect color
Test foundation on your jawline and check it in the daylight, the color is correct if it disappears without blending.
2: Prep your skin
For the perfect canvas, make sure your skin is clean and moisturized, wait five minutes before you apply foundation to let moisturizer sink in. Primer is a skippable step unless your makeup has to last through a late night, or use it alone on lazy days as a quick complexion smoother, it can minimize pores and mattify your face.
3: Swipe it on the right way
If you want just a little coverage, use your fingers, for more coverage, use a sponge, a beauty blender. Dab foundation only where you need it to hide pimples, redness or even out your T-zone. To get an airbrushed finish, blend makeup all over, including the eye area, starting in the middle and working your way out. Just don’t pile on extra for big events or photos.
4: Do concealer after foundation
If you apply it before foundation, you’ll use more than you need, the base of foundation keeps the concealer crease-free. Look for a lightweight liquid in a color one shade lighter than your skin. Use a small, pointy brush to cover the darkest part of under-eye circles, usually right below the inner and outer corners.
5: Finish with luminous powder
Translucent powders that reflect the light help skin glow and take down shine, starting at your hairline on one side, swoop down to your cheekbone, up to the bridge of your nose, back down the other cheek, then up again to the opposite hairline.
That’s it you are done.