Before applying foundation, ensure that your skin is thoroughly cleansed and hydrated. You can apply a light emollient to facilitate the application of foundation.
When choosing a foundation, keep your skin type and desired coverage in mind. You may also give advice on how to pick the perfect hue for your skin tone.
Apply a primer to your skin before applying foundation for a smoother application and longer-lasting wear.
Begin by blending a little quantity of foundation into the middle of your face using a makeup brush or sponge. Avoid any sharp lines by blending the foundation into your skin.
If you need extra coverage in specific places, apply more product in thin layers to the foundation.
For a more even complexion, add concealer after foundation if you have any blemishes or dark circles.
You can use a brush or sponge to apply a light layer of transparent powder on top of your makeup to set it and keep it from creasing or moving around.
For even longer-lasting wear, you can seal your makeup with a setting spray.