How To Apply Natural-Looking Foundation
When you need to use foundation, the last thing you want is for it to look obvious. Here are some simple tips to get the job done right.
[MUSIC] Keep your foundation from looking cakey and obvious, with these smart application ques for whatever formula you choose. Here's what you'll need. Foundation of your choice, stick, BB Cream. Liquid, or powder. A large, fluffy brush. A Kabuki foundation brush. A round foundation brush with densely packed bristles. And a foundation sponge. [MUSIC] If you use a tinted moisturizer or a BB Cream, you have it easy. Simply use your fingers to apply as you would your regular moisturizer, blending down your neck to avoid telltale lines. If you use a liquid or cream foundation, use a round brush with densely packed bristles. Buff in circular motions, starting at the center of your face and blending outwards toward the hairline. If you use a loose or pressed powder, for the lightest application, use a large, fluffy brush to sweep the powder up and down the T zone. [MUSIC] For extra coverage, pick a brush with densely tagged bristles, like a Kabuki brush, and swirl all over the skin. [MUSIC] If you use a stick foundation, swipe it on problem spots straight from the tube and buff with a sponge. You now have a flawless natural looking face for other make up, or to show off bare. [MUSIC]
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