How to achieve a flawless medium coverage makeup look

For day to day makeup looks, nothing beats beautifully blended medium coverage foundation. It's lightweight enough to look natural but gives you the coverage you need if you're plagued by dark circles or a bit of redness. It's simple to do and ideal to wear in any season for any occasion.
Recreating this subtle yet gorgeous look is virtually effortless. Just follow the steps in this easy how-to guide. Don't forget—for flawless coverage, be sure to prep your skin first with a good moisturizer. This hydrating base will ensure a dewy glow and keep your skin feeling soft and supple throughout the day.
- Moisturizing primer (Tarte First Step Prep Moisture Reset Cream)
- Foundation (Make Up For Ever Ultra HD foundation)
- Lightweight moisturizing lotion (Kiehl's Ultra Facial Moisturizer)
- Concealer (Becca Luminous Perfecting Concealer)
- Contour stick (Benefit Hoola Cream-to-Powder Quickie contour stick)
- Setting powder (NYX HD Finishing Powder)
- Powder contour (Anastasia Beverly Hills Powder Contour in Java)
- Powder blush (MAC Mineralized Blush in Warm Soul)
- Neutral lip pencil (MAC lip pencil in Boldly Bare)
- Light pink lip gloss (Morphe lip gloss in Boho)
- Stainless steel mixing palette
- Foundation brush
- Makeup sponge (Beauty blender)
- Powder brush
- Contour brush
- Blush brush
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1. Apply a moisturizing primer to your face, making sure to cover the entire surface of your face to prep your skin for foundation.
2. Pour a small amount of foundation onto your stainless steel mixing palette. Add in several drops of moisturizing lotion.
3. Mix foundation and moisturizing lotion with a foundation brush.
4. Apply the foundation-moisturizing lotion mixture to your face with the foundation brush. Be sure to apply an even coat across your cheeks, forehead, nose, upper lip, chin, and under eye area.
5. Apply the concealer to your under eye area, the center of your, chin and forehead, and the bridge of your nose.
6. Blend in the concealer using a makeup sponge.
7. Apply the contour stick to your upper forehead, cheekbone, jawline, and either side of the bridge of your nose.
8. Blend in the contour using a makeup sponge.
9. Apply the finishing powder to your under eye area using a makeup sponge.
10. Apply the finishing powder to the rest of your face using a fluffy powder brush.
11. Sweep the powder contour across your cheekbones, upper forehead, and jawline.
12. Apply the blush to your cheeks using a blush brush.
13. Line your lips with the lip pencil then fill them in to create a base for long-lasting color.
14. Apply lip gloss to your lips.

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