Step 1: Cleanse your face
Step 2: Moisturize. Let your moisturizer set in for about 5 minutes for
best results. This will help your foundation blend easily.
Step 3: Using our Primer Prep will ensure that your foundation stays on
all day, and is the first step to a flawless complexion. To apply the
Primer Prep shake the bottle well, then place a small amount onto the
sponge provided. Blend it onto the face, avoiding the eye area. Allow
the primer to dry before moving on to the next step.
Step 4: If you are looking to hide imperfections apply a concealer to any
area that needs extra coverage. For the best application of concealer,
use our Oval Concealer Brush. Swipe the brush across the top of the
concealer tube, and then blend it onto the area of concern. Concealer can
also be used directly from the tube, but you must always go over it with
the brush to blend it into the skin before applying powder, or the powder
will stick to it. Apply in thin layers until you reach the desired amount
Step 5: Unless you have purchased our Pre-loaded Refillable Foundation
Brush, you will need a brush to apply the foundation. My favorite brush
is the Kabuki Brush. You can also use a Powder Brush if you prefer.
Press the brush gently onto the sifter lid of the foundation jar to pick
up the powder. Gently tap the brush against the side of the jar to remove
Step 6: Using the brush in a circular motion going outward from your nose
towards your temple, then down your cheek and back up to the nose, buff
the powder onto the skin. Repeat this for the other cheek. Run the brush
down the center of the nose, and onto the chin. Buff the jaw line from
the chin to your ear. For the forehead, start in the center and buff
outward towards your hairline. Never move the brush up the face without
using a circular motion! This will cause the foundation powder to get
trapped under the little hairs on the face and be visible instead of
blending into the skin! Apply in thin layers until you reach the desired
coverage. It’s always easier to add more than to have applied too much
and have to start over.