Top 8 Types Of Foundations (What is right for you?)
Finding the right foundation is one of the hardest things about make up. Once you find the right color what about finish and texture? Here are the top 8 types of foundations and what would suit you best.
What Is Your Fave Type of Foundation?
- Dry to Oily Skin
- Comes in a variety of coverage
- Traditional and easiest to use
- Best if applied with brush , sponge and fingers. Fingers should be a last resort.
- Combo to oily skin
- Feels light weight
- Most are water resistant so pat dry and its back to life
- If you have dry skin make sure you use a setting spray so that your skin doesn’t look too dry.
- Best if applied with dense brush
- Best for a natural look while still evening out the skin tone
- Creates the most youthful appearance as it is dewy and sheer
- Apply concealer in areas needed
- Can be sheered out with a wet sponge.
- Great for travel and on the go from day to day. You can create the intensity that you desire
- Creates a creamy appearance so powder down for a matte finish
- Best if applied with foundation brush or wet sponge. I prefer wet sponge.Then use it again to spot conceal.
- Best if applied with fingers and sponge
- Creates a full coverage and satin feel
- Unique in texture and you have to finger dip in a jar.
- Not my fave
- Tighten jar or you will risk drying it out
- Great for a quick application
- Very popular among MAC users. MAC Studio Fix creates a flawless finish in a matter of sections
- Apply with brush and buff into skin
- Some may have dual uses. Wet brush to create liquid -cream foundation
- May be used with airbrush gun to create flawless finish
- Light on the skin and lasts a long time
- Comes in silicone, water, alcohol and glycerin base. Don’t use alcohol base on the face
- My favorite as it is light weight, full coverage and doesn’t sit in finelines
- Keep in mind that the ingredients in Asian BB and American ones are different.
- Best if applied with fingers or brush
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