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All About Different Foundations & Tools!!!

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  • Liquid – Smooths out unevenness and provides added moisture to the skin. Good for all skin types. Coverage is usually light to medium. Best applied with a foundation brush, stippling brush, or a beauty sponge.
  • Cream – Covers and conceals discoloration. Best for Normal, Combination, and Dry skin. Coverage is Medium to Full. Best applied with a foundation brush or a beauty sponge.
  • Pressed Powder – Evens out skin tone and absorbs oil excess. Best for oily skin. Coverage is light to medium. Best applied with a kabuki brush, beauty sponge, or powder puff.
  • Mineral / Loose Powder – Evens out skin tone and absorbs excess oil. Best for Normal, Combination and Dry skin. Coverage is light to medium. Best applied with a Kabuki Brush.
  • Tinted Moisturizer – Evens out skin tone. Great for a no makeup look. Best for Normal and Dry skin. Coverage is sheer to light. Best applied with a foundation brush, stippling brush, or beauty sponge.

Brush Types For Foundation

  • Stippling Brush – Light coverage, best used for alternate between swirling and stippling motions.
  • Foundation Brush – Full coverage, best used downward and outward strokes (upward will pull the hairs up potentially highlighting them).
  • Beauty Sponge – Light to Full coverage, best used by wetting your sponge and squeeze out the excess water, then press foundation into your skin.
  • Kabuki Brush – Light to Medium coverage, best used by buffing and swirling motions, particularly in areas that are prone to shine or problem areas.

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