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Foundation is meant to cover up all of your blemishes and provide a clean slate for the rest of your makeup, so it’s important to get the application process right.
Fingers, sponges, pads, brushes – which applicator should you use when you’re putting on foundation? This handy guide will help you decide which tool is right for you.
There’s nothing worse than catching a glimpse of yourself in the mirror, only to discover that your face is a totally different shade than your neck.
If you’ve been spending some time in the sun this summer (and we certainly hope you have!), you’re probably a shade or two darker than you were in the depths of winter.
There’s no reason to skip foundation if you’re looking to perfect your mug, but the difference between an airbrushed-quality result and a slathered-on pancake look lies in how you put it on, not even necessarily which product you use or how much of it you ultimately layer on.
If you’ve been scarred by photos of women who clearly weren’t treated very well by the flash feature, fear not – your makeup won’t embarrass you in the limelight, provided you know which products to use and how much to apply.
The world of foundation has changed beyond your grandmother’s wildest dreams, and in case you’ve still been abiding by her guidelines, it’s high time you revamped your face makeup procedures.