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MULTIPLE PERFECT WAYS TO PUT LIQUID FOUNDATION

Posted by hublink 08/03/2018 0 Comment(s) Shopping,Branding,

THREE DIFFERENT WAYS TO PUT LIQUID FOUNDATION

Start with a clean and moisturized face. We don’t talk about Primers enough, but they are definitely worth the attention. Primers not only even out the skin, making it smooth for easy application of the foundation, but also help the makeup last a lot longer.

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Pick up some foundation with your fingers, a sponge, or a brush. Make two dabs on your forehead, two on each cheek, one on your nose, and one on your chin. Blend the dabs together using circular motions, then blend the edges. Let the foundation dry, then set it with powder.

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Cleanse and moisturize your face. Makeup should always be applied to a clean canvas. Wash your face using your normal cleanser and pat dry. If you have dry skin, apply a moisturizer and wait a few minutes before applying foundation to give the moisturizer a chance to work.
If you are in a hurry or have applied too much moisturizer, blot your face with a tissue to remove excess moisturizer before applying foundation.

Pour a dime-sized amount of foundation onto your palette of choice. You can either use the back of your hand, a small dish, or even a folded up napkin. Don't pour out too much. You can always add more later.

Dip your fingertips into the foundation, and begin to dab it onto your face. Start with two dabs on your forehead, two on each cheek, one on your nose, and one on your chin. A little goes a long way with liquid foundation, and you can always add more to areas that need additional coverage.

Use your fingertips to blend the foundation into your skin. Use either a patting/tapping motion with just the pads of your fingers, or make small, light circles with your fingertips. Begin with the areas that tend to have the most uneven skin tone (nose, cheeks, and forehead for most people) and work out from there.
Think about blending the foundation lightly, not rubbing it in, and definitely not "slathering" it on.
If you need more coverage, add more foundation to your face a dab at a time.

Blend the edges. Blend your foundation carefully into your jawline, hairline, and around your ears to avoid leaving distinct lines.
If you have a sponge, use it to blend the foundation at your jawline using short downward strokes.
If you notice a distinct color change at the jawline, you may need a different shade of foundation.

Set your foundation. Wait 2-3 minutes for foundation to dry. If it is still noticeably moist, blot your face gently with a tissue. Apply other makeup, and then set your foundation with a translucent finishing powder. Apply the powder gently with a puff, and your makeup will last all day!


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Choose the correct sponge. The most popular sponges for applying liquid foundation are egg-shaped blending sponges made of antimicrobial foam. Both name brand and generic varieties are available at your local drugstore or cosmetics retailer.

Cleanse and moisturize your face. Use your regular products, and allow a few minutes for your moisturizer to fully absorb.
For a really flawless finish, you may also apply a makeup primer at this time.

Dampen the sponge. Immerse the sponge completely in water, and squeeze it several times to make sure it gets thoroughly saturated. Then wring the sponge out so that it is damp, but not sopping wet. You can wrap the sponge in a towel or washcloth and squeeze to quickly remove excess water.

Pour a dime-sized amount of foundation onto your palette of choice. You can either use the back of your hand, a small dish, or a folded up napkin. Don't pour out too much. You can always add more later.

Dip the base of your sponge lightly into the foundation. Sweep it back and forth a few time, until the surface of the sponge is covered in a light, uniform layer of foundation.

Lightly sweep the foundation onto your face using the sponge. Begin around the nose and cheeks, and continue applying with small, quick strokes motion until you have an even coverage all over your face.
Remember to use a light touch, you aren't trying to rub the foundation in, just spread it evenly.

Use the point of the sponge on areas that need more coverage. Use a stippling or bouncing motion (short, quick dabs) to apply and blend additional foundation. You can also easily apply foundation under the eyes using the tip of the sponge in a rolling motion.

Blend the edges. Again, use a stippling motion to blend along the hairline, jawline and ears. You can also use the tip of the sponge and use short downward strokes to blend around the jawline.

Set your foundation. Wait 2-3 minutes for your foundation to dry. Blot with a tissue, if needed, and apply other makeup. Then apply a translucent finishing powder gently with a puff, or fluffy brush, and get ready for the compliments to come pouring in!

Clean your sponge. When finished, rinse your sponge thoroughly with water, squeeze it out, and allow it to air dry. You should also clean your sponge with soap or a mild shampoo on a regular basis. Apply a small amount of soap, shampoo or brush cleaner, and squeeze your sponge several times until it is nice and sudsy. Then rinse thoroughly until no more bubbles appear, and allow to air dry.

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Choose the correct brush. While many kinds of brushes can be used to apply foundation, the best choice is a dense, flat-top brush specially designed for applying foundation.

Prepare your skin. Cleanse and moisturize your face using your regular products. Allow a few minutes for your moisturizer to fully absorb, and carefully blot any excess moisturizer with a tissue.
For a perfect finish, you may also apply a makeup primer at this time.

Pour a dime-sized amount of foundation onto your palette. You can either use the back of your hand, a small dish, or a folded up napkin. Spread the foundation out with your finger so that you have a think even layer to dip your brush in.

Dip the tip of the brush into the foundation. You only want to use the ends of the bristles. Don't dunk the brush or grind it into the foundation.

Apply foundation to your face. Begin using a stippling, circular motion, starting at the nose, then move to the cheeks, chin, and forehead working in small circles. Work out from these central areas to the edges of your face, using short, quick strokes in the same direction.
Remember to use a light touch, you want to sweep the foundation into your skin with the brush, not paint it on.

Blend the edges. Continue to use a stippling motion to blend along the hairline, jawline and ears.

Set your foundation. Wait 2-3 minutes for your foundation to dry. Blot with a tissue, if needed, and apply other makeup. Then apply a translucent finishing powder gently with a puff, or fluffy brush, and get ready for the compliments to come pouring in!

Clean your brush. Blot your brush on a tissue to remove any remaining foundation. Clean your brush once a week using a mild shampoo or specialized brush cleaner.

SOME QUICK TIPS

  • As mentioned before, if you have oily skin, it’s probably best if you avoid using your fingers to apply the foundation.
  • Make sure to wash your brushes and beauty blenders on a regular basis. This will remove any residue of the old products and help the foundation to go on smoothly.
  • If you are using your fingers, wash them thoroughly before starting.
  • If you have oily skin, apply loose powder on your face before applying the foundation. Doing so actually helps to make the makeup last longer.
  • Exfoliate on a regular basis so that the skin is smooth and the foundation goes on easily.

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