A beauty blender or the Real Techniques Sponge (which I prefer more!) works perfectly with this foundation. I typically do one pump, dot it all over my face (applying more dots in areas that need more coverage) and then buff it in with a damp sponge. If I feel like I need a little more coverage, I'll apply about a half pump more in those areas and repeat the process!
I use one pump on the back of my hand, then go in with a foundation brush from sephora to apply it - beginning under the eyes where i need a little extra help (and to assist with covering the colour corrector i use there so the bright peach isn't, like blinding) and working outward. after that, i go in with a damp sponge wedge and help blend everything together so it looks seamless
I love using my beauty blender. It applies the foundation on so smoothly and looks so flawless. Personally I have issues with brushes leaving behind streaks or my pores looking huge so I still to a beauty blender. It's buildable as well. i love this!!
I use about 2 pumps on the back of my hand. I usually dot it around my face and then blend it out with the real techniques expert face brush . Sometimes I go over it with a damp sponge just to make sure everything is blended evenly.
I use ONE pump onto a piece of glass (I use a glass coaster) and use my real techniques "buffing brush" to apply it. I dip my brush in (A little) put three dots under each eye, a couple on my forehead, and one on my chin and nose. Using small swirls I blend it into my face. If I need any more coverage anywhere I put a TINY dot on the glass again and use it where needed.
I use about a half pump to a pump on an optical blurring brush per each side of the face. I dot my cheeks chin forehead all around and then blend. And I always make sure to blend into my neck and hairline. Hope this helps! :)
I apply this foundation with one of their good karma brushes and it's phenomenal. the finish is great and the brush itself is so soft and does a great job at evenly distributing the product without eating it
I moisturize first and then apply Urban Decay's primer. Using only two pumps or so, I dot the foundation all over my face. Then I use my fingers to blend it in. I find this works better than any brush or sponge. I finish it up by blending with a regular beauty sponge and buffing with a foundation brush.
I apply moisturizer. Then I use three pumps on the back of my hand. I use MAC foundation brush 187. It's really soft and is really good for blending. Then I top with Makeup Forever HD powder to set it.
I put 2 pumps of it on the back of my hand then dab my beauty blender into it and dot it around the face. After that I dab the color out and smooth it out, focusing on problem areas. It works wonderfully like concealer as well so just tap a tiny bit extra there for fuller coverage. Blend it out a little bit and add powder and you're done!
After shaking the bottle well, I pump 3 pumps onto my hand hand and apply with a moist beauty blender. I use a dabbing motion starting on my chin and work up to my hair line. I ordered the Good Karma Optical Blurring Brush by UD, and am looking forward to trying it.
I always set the mu with a loose setting powder applied with a big powder brush.
I pump about 3 pumps on the back of my hand, then use a fountaion brush and dab it on my cheeks, temples, under my eyes, & my chin & blend in all over & to my neck. I follow this up with a light powder & brow fill.
I apply about 3 or 4 pumps to the back of my hand, and I use a Sigma F80 (flat top kabuki) brush to buff it over my entire face. I have to make sure to use a good moisturizer and primer before or it tends to look patchy on me. I love this method of applying this foundation because once it settles into the skin, it looks flawless!!
I use two to three pumps and dot all over my face and then with a foundation brush blend it all in, and set with a powder I have combination skin and this works really well for me I also set it all with Urban Decay setting spray In all nighter.
I use about 2 1/2 - 3 pumps on the palm of my hand then I use the Good Karma - Optical Blurring Brush (UD as well) to apply. I start out in the middle of my face (nose, chin, middle of forehead) and use a circular motion to blend outward.
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