Step 3: Applying Loose Powder Foundation

Using your kabuki brush, start from the larger areas of your face by buffing in circular motions. Concentrate on one part of the face until the formula has thoroughly blended in before you move to another area. Make sure you swirl the brush around your jawline and hairline, just to make sure there aren’t any visible demarcations on the face.

If certain areas of your face require extra coverage, you can build it up by lightly picking up more product on the brush and repeating the same process.

Here’s what you get!

Pressed Powder Foundation

Recommended Skin Type: Combination to oily skin

If you like keeping your makeup routine to a bare minimum and are always on-the-go, a pressed powder foundation is what you need. You can carry it around in your handbag, and it’s ideal for touch-ups. Use either a beauty sponge, a rounded kabuki brush or even a rounded foundation brush to apply this with ease and perfection. Depending on the technique of your application, you’ll achieve coverage ranging from a medium to full.

The Real Techniques Powder Brush will help you create a flawless, high-definition finish.

How To Apply Pressed Powder Foundation Using A Brush – Step By Step Tutorial

If you’re looking for a high-coverage, easy-to-use pressed powder foundation, try the MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation.

Step 1: Prep It Up

Do the drill – cleanse, tone, and moisturize your face well. Apply a primer and give it a few minutes to settle.

Step 2: Apply Concealer

It’s a good idea to conceal problem areas before you apply your powder foundation. A little goes a long way – apply it to your under-eye dark circles, prominent spots, and blemishes. You can use some translucent powder to set the areas you’ve concealed.