All types of makeup start from choosing the right foundation for your skin type. Whether it is morning, evening or night makeup, choosing the right foundation is the base to your whole makeup look.
There are two top popular types of foundations powder and liquid, and it often depends on your personal preference. Today we will help you by expaning the differences between the two types of foundations.
Liquid foundation works for any and every skin type. It ranges from light to full coverage. If you want to even out your skin tone, select a light coverage foundation, full-coverage formulas will create a clean slate for a more complex makeup look. For a glowy look, opt for a softer version that will lend a little sparkle to your complexion. Matte foundations are great for a glamorous look. How to Apply
There are lots of ways to apply liquid foundation, You can apply it with your hands, a sponge or a brush. When using hands, rub the product between your palms to emulsify it then press into skin for a natural, second-skin appearance. A damp sponge will also give a natural, diffused finish. Brushes typically offer more coverage, but make sure to blend so that there are no streaks left behind. Powder Foundation Powder foundations are great for attaining a flawless result. Similar to liquids,
pick the finish that best suits your desired look. Powder foundations work for a wide range of people, but not recommended for those with dry skin because it tends to settle and cling to patches.
How to Apply
A dry sponge is the traditional method used to apply powder foundation, and works like a charm. To look more natural, spritz a powder or buffing brush with a skin mist like to give skin a refreshed look.