Your sensitive acne prone skin requires a bit more attention to the tenderness, unevenness, and redness. Because you want to make your pimples and acne scars magically disappear for the day, full-coverage concealer aimed at those spots is key. Washing your hands thoroughly before the application is a must to prevent exposing your pores to breakout-inducing bacteria. Here in this article, you will found the whole process step by step to apply foundation on the best way for acne prone skin
A full guide to get flawless beauty on your face from an acne scars face
- Using your fingers will be most effective at targeting localized areas and will help warm up the product to help melt it into your skin flawlessly.
- If you want ample coverage for your entire face, flat-top kabuki brushes are the tool for you. It can absorb the minimal amount of foundation in their bristles, which means more foundation makes it on to your skin.
- Just Start by dispensing foundation onto the back of your hand, then dab only the ends of the bristles into the product.
- Apply it to your skin using circular motions. The key is to buff the product into your skin as opposed to rubbing it; this will allow the foundation to sit delicately on your pores and give you full, yet natural looking coverage.
- Apply the base layer (liquid or cream foundation) with a clean soft makeup applicator or brush. Apply on 5 spots your forehead, nose, cheeks, and chin then blend it in circular motions. Don’t try to cover all your blemishes at this point.
- Use a concealer to cover larger spots or prominent blemishes. Concealer sticks are best and easier to use. If you prefer the liquid type, use a concealer brush to apply a tiny amount on each visible acne or pimple spot and blend gently.
- Use a natural bristle powder brush to apply loose transparent powder. Brush in a circular upward motion around the face. Ensure you apply powder up to the hairline, under the chin and down to the upper neck area.