BEAUTY: Flawless Foundation (PART ONE)

 

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Pretty certain there’s no better place to start the BEAUTY BUST! series, than with our foundation. It’s where we all start when it comes to our morning makeup routines, am I right? And to those out there that skip the foundation step, I bow down to you!

I asked the BEAUTY BUST! girls all about foundation in the first of our four part series, hoping to get it off to a solid start; today I’m sharing with you their tips, tricks, and suggestion for applying flawless foundation at home.

Have you ever wondered if spending the money on a good sponge or brush was worth it, or are your god-given hands just fine for the job? Your answers now on today’s BEAUTY BUST!  breakdown:

JaynaSays

I don’t mean to make things more complicated than they need to be but honestly, I believe the key to a perfect foundation application depends on how much coverage you’re needing and what type of product is being used. If you’re only needing to cover a little redness or discoloration warming a tinted moisturizer in your hands and patting/gently rubbing it in to the skin can really do the trick. If you’re needing a more full coverage application, then I like to recommend using a Beauty Blender {sponge} with your favorite liquid foundation and pressing it in to the areas needing the most help and then blending it out to the other areas of the face. // visit jayna marie

JenSays

At home I use my fingers because I’m lazy, but on my clients I love to use my Precision Beauty Stippling Brush to buff in foundation for a flawless look. // visit jen

LnielleSays

SPONGE! I start off applying the majority of my foundation on with a brush because it won’t soak it all up like a sponge would, but I stipple with a sponge all over to give me that ‘natural’ look. // visit l’nielle

JadeSays

I prefer to use my fingers to apply my foundation. You can always get the blending perfect and do not lose the extra makeup in the sponge or get a streaky affect from the hairs on the foundation brush. Also, I feel it saves on how much product you are using because you can just squirt a little onto your fingers and apply directly to your face. Leaving you with a beautiful coverage. For Blemishes, just dab a bit more on the problematic spot and Viola! // visit ladee jadee

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Next the BEAUTY BUST! girl share their favorite affordable foundations; you can’t afford to miss this!

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  1. I was so relieved to find this post in my inbox today. Only yesterday I was struggling (as usual) with my makeup and I realized that my foundation was probably the root of the problem. Can’t wait for part two. Thanks.

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