Full foundation coverage without caking

How to blur facial imperfections, conceal blemishes and leave your skin with a flawless finish? You’ve come to the right place.

The way I prefer to apply full coverage foundation is with a firm foundation brush, I like to  press the product into your skin especially in areas you want more coverage. Then buff it out in the areas that need less coverage. By doing it this way you will get the coverage you want but at the same time it won’t look caked on or too heavy.

TipBeauty blenders are a popular tool to apply foundation. Use a gentle patting motion to apply the product.
If a matte finish is your desire shop for a foundation that has a soft matte formula, lightweight and comfortable. The majority of liquid foundations contain mattifying powders that help absorb oil and combat shine.  Usually fades only minimally throughout the day with no patchiness as it wears, average about 9 hours of full coverage— on a hot day of sweating—

You want coverage that is going to look as natural as possible. You really can’t go wrong with any of my Devezin Cosmetics foundations, when it comes to coverage, my flawless finish foundation has been my favorite thus far. This formula is the thinnest and lightest of all the foundations here, but doesn’t skimp on coverage. Your first layer will be medium/full, and you can layer once more where you need extra help. The finish looks barely there, a bit radiant but neither dewy nor matte. It’s long wearing, sweat, water and transfer-proof, plus it’s noncomedogenic and great for acne-prone skin.

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