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How to achieve flawless coverage: the makeup artist named the main mistake when applying foundation

Yulia PoteriankoLady
How do you apply foundation to your face? The makeup artist says it's very important. Source: Created with the help of AI

Do you know this situation: you carefully blend your foundation, but it still doesn't go on perfectly, it comes off in stripes, rolls off, and spoils your makeup? You probably make one simple but serious mistake when applying it.

Celebrity makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes shared how to fix it on her TikTok. She has worked with stars such as Ashley Graham, Hailey Bieber, Karlie Kloss, and Emmy Rossum, so she knows how to make a flawless look for any situation.

According to Hughes, the problem may lie in the way you pick up the product. Usually, the foundation is applied either directly to the skin or simply on the brush bristles and blended over the face. This results in an excess of product, which is applied in an uneven layer.

The makeup artist recommended that her followers abandon this approach. Instead, she advised to put the foundation in the palm of your hand, give it a little time to warm up and become more plastic, and then rub it into the brush bristles in a circular motion, and only then apply it to the skin.

Hughes promises that this method of application will create a more even layer of product and makeup look more natural. In addition, the tone applied in this way will last longer. And with this application, you can also adapt the unsuccessful shade of the product to your skin tone.

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