1.Don’t skip primer.
Whether you want to blur wrinkles, mattify, minimise the appearance of pores or even out skin tone, primers do this whilst creating a velvety base for make-up and helping it to stay put for longer.
2.Mix your face oil with your foundation.
Try adding a couple of drops of your favourite facial oil to your foundation. It will give you light and dewy coverage. It will also stop your foundation from looking cakey.
3.Apply foundation from the center of your face.
Generally speaking, the most coverage is often needed in the centre of your face. Apply your foundation here first, and blend it out towards your jaw and hairline. This will stop your foundation looking like a mask or draw attention to the baby hairs around your head.
4.Use your finger to press the foundation into your skin.
If you’ve used a brush to apply your foundation, it can often feel like the foundation is just…
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