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How To Apply Foundation !

To apply foundation correctly you’ll need to prepare your skin for makeup first by cleansing and applying a moisturizer. You can also add primer and concealer or color-corrector too. When applying foundation, you want to start with a small amount and apply it to the center of your face, blending outward. Be sure to choose the perfect shade, take your time to apply it the right way, then set your foundation for a flawless look:

      1.      Wash your face:

 Cleaning your skin properly will remove dirt and oil as well as any previous makeup. Make sure to choose a product designed for your skin type.


      2.     Apply moisturizer:

 Everyone should apply a moisturizer with an SPF to their skin before putting on makeup. This will help protect your skin from the sun’s damaging rays as well as create a glowing look. If you have dry skin, choose a creamy moisturizer. If you have oily skin, pick a gel-based moisturizer.

              

      3.     Add primer:

Primer can smooth out the surface of your skin and minimize the look of pores. It also combats shine and helps your makeup stick to your skin so it doesn’t fade throughout the day. You can choose a cream, gel, or powder primer. Apply it with your fingers to work the product into your skin.



     4.     Conceal blemishes:


 Concealer can be applied either before or after your foundation. Cover up pimples or other blemishes with a bit of concealer. Squeeze a small amount onto the back of your hand and dot it onto the blemish with clean fingers. Be sure to blend it by lightly tapping the concealed area with a sponge or brush.



    5.      Color-correct your skin:


 Color-corrector should actually be applied before your foundation. Use color-corrector to cover up dark circles under your eyes or uneven patches of skin. Different color-correctors are suited to different issues:
  • Pink corrects blue-toned spots on fair skin.
  • Peach targets blue or purple shadows on medium skin.
  • Orangey-pink conceals dark spots on dark skin.
  • Yellow neutralizes purple or dark shadows on olive and tan skin.
  • Green cancels out redness.
  • Lavender camouflages yellow tones.

    6.     Adding Your Foundation:

  • Start with a small amount: You don’t want a heavy, caked-on look, so it’s best to start with a little bit of foundation and add more if you need to. Dab the foundation on the center of your forehead, under your eyes, and on your nose and chin.
  • Spread the foundation outward: Start at the center of your face and spread the foundation toward your hairline and neck. You can use your fingers, a brush, or a sponge to blend your makeup. No matter what you choose, you want to use a stippling technique, which means gently tapping it into your skin, rather than rubbing or wiping.
  • Blend your foundation: Use your tool of choice to blend your foundation around your face. There shouldn't be any noticeable lines where your foundation starts or ends; it should blend smoothly into your ears, neck and hairline.
  • Apply a setting powder: Finish up your entire face by applying a setting powder over your foundation. This is a translucent, matte powder that helps prevent your foundation from sliding around while also preventing oil buildup from showing through.


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