The usual technique in traditional makeup for a flawless, well-covered complexion is first, apply liquid foundation, then set it with powder foundation. As I have not yet found the absolute best liquid mineral foundation that covers perfectly, I have discovered a technique from obsessing around mineral foundation to be able to obtain an absolute professional made-up, but natural finish that are good for print ads , TV, or even weddings.
For a full coverage foundation application, first, buff loose mineral concealer foundation ( or full coverage foundation ) onto face. Then, conceal whatever must be concealed. Then, apply another layer of full coverage foundation or concealer foundation. Then what makes it count as the “liquid foundation” of the process is that you spray moisture mist all over your face. Don’t mist it too lightly, and don’t spray on too much as well. Wait for about 30-60 seconds to dry. Voila, liquid foundation application!
Then, when everything looks perfect on your skin, aim for some even-ness and flawless finish- that’s where the mineral foundation in loose form gets to be applied as it is. You don’t need to buff a layer of this with kabuki – you may even use just a powder brush for this. Make sure that the top layer would be your favorite mineral foundation that gives out the most flawless or photogenic finish. After that, apply makeup as usual, set with finishing powder, and spray with moisture mist. The last spray should be really light already so as not to “liquefy” things again as it may mix different layers together that can wreak havoc and make you do your makeup over again!
Well, do you have your technique that you’d like to share to us? I’d love to know!