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TUTORIAL + PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMY NADINE, GRAPHIC DESIGN BY EUNICE CHUN

TUTORIAL + PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMY NADINE, GRAPHIC DESIGN BY EUNICE CHUN

When we apply foundation, we’re making a blank canvas for whatever we want to express creatively that particular day. It’s always been one of my favorite parts of my day for sure. But when I work on my clients, I do this method. It adds dimension pre-contouring and highlighting. And honestly, you don’t need a full coverage foundation all over your face. It’s too much, too noticeable and unnecessary. You also won’t be totally happy with the coverage of a tinted moisturizer all over your face… it’s great for running errands but just not enough coverage for when you want to look your best. So this is what I do: apply a full coverage foundation in a shade one-half lighter than your actual shade in the center of your face, pulling it outwards in all directions. Then apply a sheer formula in a shade one-half darker than your actual shade along the perimeter and neck. Finally, blend it together with an egg-shaped sponge. The result will make you so happy! Here’s how:

TOOLS:

  • A Sheer Formula in a Darker Shade for the Perimeter — is my go-to lately.
  • A Full Coverage in a Lighter Shade for the Center — I love because it covers almost everything without looking cakey.
  • Your Favorite Foundation Brush(es) — I used for the perimeter and for the center of the face.
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  • An (optional)

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And that’s your canvas! It’s much more subtle than contouring and highlighting, but it definitely adds dimensions.

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