10 Color Liquid Foundation Brightening Cream 37ML
Repairs,nourish and even brightens the skin.Perfect for those who wants a natural look.Create an everlasting impression everywhere you go.Covers imperfections on the skin.Easy to apply.Simply 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.In a circular motion gently cover everybit of you face(avoid the eyes).
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. It is normal for your face to be a little lighter than the rest of your body. If you find that your foundation is a little too light, you can blend it down to your neck. You can also try using a darker powder on top.
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!
With a beauty blender or 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.
Dab or press the foundation into your skin. Instead of rubbing the foundation on, use quick dabbing motions to spread it around your face. Begin around the nose and cheeks, and continue applying with small, quick motions until you have an even coverage all over your face. Use the rounded, larger surface of the sponge or beauty blender for the larger areas on your face, such as your forehead, cheeks and jawline.
- Pressing the foundation in will create a flawless finish and fuller coverage by evening out skin texture.
- By rubbing or using strokes to apply your foundation, you risk applying an uneven amount to different areas of your face. This can also create lines where little hairs are present on the face.
Use the point of the sponge for smaller areas. The pointed tip of the sponge is made for smaller areas, like the creases of the nose or around the eyes. Use a stippling or bouncing motion (short, quick dabs) to apply and blend with this part of the sponge.
Blend the edges. Again, use a stippling motion to blend along the hairline, jawline and ears. Press the foundation into your skin by using dabbing motions. Do not sweep or rub the foundation in.
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!
Last but not least,
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.
- If your sponge has an odd smell or if it is not blending as well as it used to, you need to clean your sponge.
- If you do not clean your sponge regularly, it can grow bacteria and cause pimples or other skin irritations.
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