#protip ✿ A velour powder puff is the best to set camouflage makeup. A light dusting with a powder brush will not do the trick.
⬇Here you go!⬇
✰1 Sprinkle powder onto a puff and fold in half.
Rub the sides together to work the powder into the puff.
The powder should be immersed in the puff instead of just being on the surface. It will kinda look like a taco!
✰2 Gently press the powder onto your face. Apply in three sections. First, on your forehead. Second, do the right side of your face, then the left.
Don’t forget to powder your eyelids and powder carefully under your eyes. Lipstick stays on longer if you powder first.
If you overly powder, use a fine mist of mineral water spray over your entire face and let it dry for a nice glistening finish.
The “Warm Hand” Technique 🙌🏻
After all your makeup has been applied, rub your hands together to get them very warm. Press your warm hands all over your face; in the T-zone, under your eyes and cheeks. The oil and heat from your hands take away the powdery look, leaving your makeup looking fresh and natural.
For our Beauties on the Run! 🏃🏻♀️🏃🏻♂️
#protip ✿ Loose powders are best to set your makeup,whereas pressed powder compacts are best for touch ups. If you have oily skin, carry oil blotting tissues with you during the day to refresh in an instant.