Sometimes you need a bit more coverage on your face than your trusty tinted moisturizer provides, but there’s a delicate balance between “more” and “too much.”
I think anyone who’s ever had a bad experience of accidentally globbing on a ton of powder knows what “too much” can look like.
That’s why if you’re a busy gal, you are going to love how much more efficient it is to use the proper mineral powder foundation brush for applying a concentrated layer specifically where you need it to help:
- Further conceal and even out your skin tone
- Cut shine
- Set your makeup
Using the right brush will give you a lot more control and prevent you from ending up with the dreaded “cake face” and it will also help you to use less product overall because you aren’t just letting all that makeup waft into the air — and potentially into your nose, rather than on it. (Ca ching! Money saved!!)
So that’s basically how the right type of brush will make your entire mineral powder foundation a better experience. Now go on and watch my short, but juicy, video for all the details!
Foundation That Adapts Itself To You
In the same video I also share the wonders of a really cool powder foundation that actually adapts to your skin’s color, so you don’t have to worry about finding the perfect shade.
Talk about easy and time saving!
Not only is it a quick way to smooth skin and set makeup, but this formula is also packed with amazing natural and organic ingredients and comes in a super cute, eco compact.
What’s even better?
Oh, just that all items featured are cruelty-free and vegan friendly!
When you have the correct tools for the look you’re trying to achieve, it makes doing makeup SO much easier, and dare I say, pleasurable.
Let me know in the comments below if this video helped you. Feel free to share what else you’d like to learn from our team of experts in upcoming Quick Tip Videos!
Oh and if you want to buy any of the awesome items listed here they are in no particular order:
- Antonym Kabuki Brush: Here or Here
- Antonym Mineral Powder Foundation: Here or Here
- Alima Pure #25 Brush: Here
- The Glamcor Buffer brush is no longer available but here’s a similar one.