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How do I apply your mineral make-up?
How do I apply your mineral make-up?

There are 2 general application methods for applying Mineral powder.

1) Wet Method: This is mixing mineral foundation with either your facial cream/lotion or serum. This will produce liquid foundation or cream foundation.  Simply mix and apply.

2) Dry Method: This is applying mineral foundation like a loose powder. Shake some powder out on the sifter and use animal brush to swirl around the sifter to pick up the powder. Tap excess powder out and apply on your face. The more you swirl as you apply on your face, the better the glow and luminous effect.

Do mix or swirl well to prevent streaking. For wet method, you can achieve better coverage but the effect is "flatter". For dry method, you only need to go through once or twice (meaning 1 layer or 2 layers). If you go beyond that, the make-up wouldn't look natural.

Feel free to use both methods in conjunction. If there're blemish marks you want to cover, just directly apply the powder using your fingertip on the spots that you want. Simply use the press-release-press-release technique on the marks and blend into the surrounding.

This is a multi-purpose and flexible power. It is also very concentrated and thick for dry/flaky areas; use moisturizer underneath to prevent lines from looking obvious instead of being covered up.

Do not use this after sun block. Sun block does not form an "absorptive" layer on your skin. With this high coverage formulation of mineral make-up, you'll end up with accentuate the flaky dry area instead of covering them up. You need smooth skin for this powder to have the great finishing touch.


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