How to set your face first, then apply bronzer

Setting your face ensures your liquid makeup remains in place. The technique also prevents creasing around your eyes and mouth, and keeps your T-zone from behaving like a hormonal adolescent. It's important to use a setting powder before you apply your bronzer. This sequence guarantees an even, smooth coverage every single time.
Watch the video below to gain some valuable tips on how to apply your makeup in the correct order. These hacks are foolproof, and you'll see immediate results once you begin to implement them. Share them with the women closest to you, because they might be making some pretty common makeup blunders.
- Foundation
- Blending brushes (large and small)
- Concealer
- Setting powder
- Bronzer
- Loose powder
- Beautyblender
1. Start by applying foundation to your face with a blending brush.
2. Swipe a few coats of concealer under your eyes and blend.
3. Set your face with your favorite setting powder. Allow the powder to sit on your skin for approximately five to ten minutes. This ensures that your natural body heat locks your foundation and concealer in place. Remember to sweep away any remnants.
4. Apply a generous amount of bronzer under your cheekbones. Blend for a seamless look.
5. Dispense a small amount of the loose powder onto a flat surface, and use a Beautyblender to apply the product underneath the bronzer.
6. Blend the loose powder onto your skin using a blending brush.
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