after moisturizer and foundation, use a good LOOSE powder -- such as coty. get the scented -- not the fragrance-free. you'll fall in love with the scent.
dip your biggest blusher brush into the powder, dust your face gently all over. use a cotton puff to take off the extra. perfect finish.
for best hygiene, don't dip the brush directly into the coty box. remove enough powder for a month's worth of application into a container such as a pretty ceramic cup or small ramekin. this powder is very affordable and is the most perfect i've found.
Definetly use a brush! Hygenically it is much cleaner than using a puff or pad applicator. It also allows for a more even distribution of the powder. I use Avon's 'all over kabuki face brush'.
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I would use a medium-hard brush to stipple it onto the skin starting from the t-zone working outwards, then sweep the excess away. hope this was helpful
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