Freezing powder is an essential preparation for professional makeup that lasts all day, and is usually used as a finishing touch in foundation makeup or foundation. The free powder absorbs excess secretions in the face and adds a bright touch to the look. Here are 4 tricks to help you apply loose powder like a pro:
Avoid over-applying the powder
Going beyond the limits during the free application process is very easy. So, to be sure that the amount of product is correct and to avoid sticking a large amount of it on the makeup brush, lightly shake the powder brush before using it on your skin, to get rid of the excess amount and get a natural, non-tacky look.
Dilute the powder
You can reduce the severity of the powder on your skin by making the brush slightly touch the product, before starting the application process on the skin. To avoid over-applying the loose powder, be sure to use a soft, fluffy brush that distributes the product evenly and in an appropriate amount on the skin.
Adopt circular motions
When applying the loose powder to your face, use circular motions. Start with this in the T-Zone and then move on to the forehead and then the cheeks.
Follow the clean brush step
After spreading the powder on your face, get rid of the remaining product that sticks to your skin, using a clean makeup brush.