How to apply foundation with fingers is not as complicated as you might think. It just takes practice and a little bit of patience. I know some women who would not even think of applying makeup on their faces without using a makeup brush. The reason is, of course, because their hands are too clumsy!
You should start applying your foundation first by lining your mouth. You need to make sure that your mouth does not look stained, because if it does then your foundation will not cover it up properly. Line your entire mouth and then take one of your smaller fingers and dip it in a small amount of powder so that you are covering all the areas you lined. You want to do this over again until your entire face is covered.
Now you are ready to move on with learning how to apply foundation with fingers. You need to take your biggest, brightest, and most noticeable areas and apply them evenly. You can use your ring finger and your index finger or any other finger. It does not matter what you use, just make sure that it is the same size as your index finger.
Now you are ready to do some tricky things. To start, when you are applying powder, make sure you apply it to your entire face and not just your nose and chin. Most people’s skin is so oily that they only apply a thin layer of powder to their nose and chin and then they are left wondering why their nose and chin are a bit dry. Apply the powder to your entire face, so that it goes smoothly and evenly. If you have extremely oily skin, it may seem like a chore to go from a completely dry appearance to completely wet and glossy.
Next, you will want to lighten up your complexion. After you have applied the powder, you can use your fingers to lightly run your fingers through your hair to even out your complexion. It may be a little uncomfortable to do this, especially if you have really long hair, but when you are applying your foundation, it can help. Make sure that any excess powder is removed from your hair with a q-tip or makeup brush.
After you have your face and hands covered, you can now start applying your foundation. Start applying the foundation in a circular motion. You can start at the bottom and work your way to the top and vice versa. It may be a good idea to apply foundation with your fingers and slowly brush your foundation into your hairline or other areas that may need additional coverage.
When you have finished applying the foundation, it is time to blend. This process is actually a little harder than applying it, which is good because it will help you achieve the best results. When you apply foundation with fingers, it can be hard to get it blended properly because of its tendency to be slippery. With a sponge or an eye liner brush, you can blend the foundation to get it blended properly. Apply the foundation to all of your facial areas, including your neck.
Now that you understand how to apply foundation with fingers, you may want to try a little experiment. Try applying foundation the same way you would if you were applying it with your hand. If you find that it looks good, then you will never use your hand to apply foundation again!