Make, makeup everywhere,
How to know which tool to apply when and where?
Yes, makeup expands in a wide array of varieties including creams, toners, blenders, and few essential makeup tools, among which it often becomes difficult to decide when to use which makeup applicator, especially for those girls who’ve just take a start to learn all about a perfect makeover.
If we guide you how to use makeup, then the internet is filled with plenty of tutorial DIY guide videos and blogs to assist you. Here, we are going to go through some essential makeup tools, so you can develop your understanding regarding some basics of makeup tools.
Shall we get started?
Following are the few basic makeup tools
Konjac Makeup Puff – it’s the best tool to apply powder on your face, or even to apply foundation or contour on your skin. Take a little amount of liquid foundation at the back of your hand, dip the rounded end of your puff into the makeup, and start applying to your face. Press the puff gently into the skin
Avoid rubbing or dragging the puff around your skin. Rather, tenderly spot or smudge the zone until the point when your establishment is totally mixed.
Makeup Sponge – It used for using tinted moisturizer, foundation, BB or CC cream, and even cream blush. One of the best technique for using beauty blender is, bounce it over your skin. Doing this will change the usefulness of sponge. It means there’ll be no more smoothness in your makeup, nor an airbrushed finish.
If you want to use beauty sponge for larger areas of the face like forehead, cheeks, or jawline, then use rounded bottom and sides of your sponge
Foundation Brush – Apply foundation to the center of your face, and sweep outward your hairline for a seamless finish with the help of foundation brush.