How to Apply Loose Mineral Makeup
Applying loose mineral powder can be easy and look incredibly natural and flawless. It just takes a few helpful makeup application tips and a little practice to get it perfect. This article will give you the necessary know-how to get started. Loose mineral makeup is very versatile and can be used wet or dry.
Loose Mineral Foundation
Tap a small amount of powder into the lid of the sifter jar of the foundation.
To use as Concealer: Using a concealer brush, make sure, you work powder into the brush, without leaving clumps of powder on the brush, dab lightly on areas you’d like to conceal and blend.
To use as Foundation: Swirl your foundation brush (Kabuki) around in the mineral powder. It is important to work the powder deeply into the brush, as this prevents the minerals from going on too heavy. The minerals will be almost invisible on your brush when worked properly into it.
Tap off any excess powder.
Dust the powder across your face. Remember that mineral makeup is concentrated and you will likely need to use less of it than the foundation you currently use. If you prefer a heavier coverage, you can repeat the process.
Loose Mineral Rice Veil
Rice Veil is excellent as a finishing powder, to help make your makeup last longer, prevent shine and minimize lines.
Follow instructions for Foundation above, and use after applying foundation, blush and any eye makeup. In other words, it’s the last thing you apply.
Loose Mineral Powder Brushes
Large Kabuki for Foundation and Rice Veil
The dual ended angled brush is for eye liner and eyebrows
Makeup artists have a box full of brushes, but for every day use, all you need are 3 to 4 good quality brushes.
Large Kabuki is a must for the loose powder application. A smaller one is helpful for blush, and of course, you'll need an eyeliner brush and a eyeshadow brush.
5 Minute Makeup Application to Natural Beauty
you're like most women, you don't want to spend too much time applying
makeup. Follow the tips below to quick makeup beauty transformation:
1. Eye makeup
should be applied first. That way, if any gets on your face, it's easy
to clean off without removing face cosmetics you've applied. Of
course, you can make your eyes up as sophisticated, elegant, natural or
well-defined, depending on your desired look.
Eye brows should be well groomed and defined, as well. If you need help, get them professionally shaped.
2. Concealers and mineral foundation makeup are applied next. Concealers should be a slightly lighter shade than
your complexion in order to hide any imperfections such as
dark circles or age spots.
Your foundation should match your complexion. Choose the shade in
natural light. With loose minerals, small amounts of application are
more effective than a heavy one.
For exposure to the sun, you could mix a small amount of Cleure Natural Sunscreen to your foundation.
For cheeks that are radiant with a hint of blush, with any excess removed on your brush, lightly apply a darker shade to the apple of your
cheek first, and highlight with a lighter shade and blend so there is no line between the two.
4. For a velvety, mineral loose finishing powder, use Cleure Rice Veil. It prevents shine and hides fine lines while keeping your makeup lasting longer.
is applied last. Lipliner is important for creating full lips.
Lipliner should be applied from center outward. Your lipliner should match your lipstick. Don't draw a hard line, but soften by blending slightly.
Check in the mirror for lipstick marks on your teeth.