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How do you apply your foundation?

How do you apply your foundation?

How do you apply your foundation?

Blushing Noir – It’s the type of Wildfire you can sign up for and love for all of eternity! Check out the new NARS Spring 2017 Collection and get to shopping – some of the best items are limited edition!

Clumps of Mascara – You know it’s love when nail polish reminds you of candy. I can’t get enough of ZOYA’s Naturel 3 collection.

fanserviced-b – Kbeauty darling CosRx has released their new One Step Moisture Up Pads, which instantly sold out in Korea. Check out my review to see if they’re worth the hype!

Gouldylox – Skip the full glam and try a different type of face finisher. Find out what you should be using to get a naturally matte, non-glam finish (while still looking amaze in selfies).

My Beauty Bunny – The eyeshadow pigments from Furless have to be, hands down, the best shimmery pigments I have ever used! Check out my review here!

Nouveau Cheap – The Ulta Love Your Skin event starts this Sunday (1/8). Are you ready? Here’s the full calendar of events and some helpful tips.

Phyrra – I’ve got the Top 10 Best Cream Contours for Pale Skin.

we heart this – Stef shared the 3 things she is most looking forward to in 2017 (including a trip to Iceland and some healthy inspiration from a fellow Leaguer.) Please share what YOU’RE most looking forward to…

(Wondering what the Lipstick League is? Find out here.)

Question of the Week – How do you apply your foundation? What tools do you use?
Answer – Lately I’ve been applying my foundation with my finger tips, then going back over it with a beauty blender or a brush. I prefer the beauty blender because I think it looks better. Mickey prefers to do fingers, beauty blender and brush. I put on my primer first, then conceal and blend out the concealer with a beauty blender and finger tips. Then I go back with a lightweight foundation with my fingers, then the beauty blender. Sometimes I’ll go back after that with a brush. I also like to use these real techniques micro sponges to blend out around the nose and eyes. Bonus tip – these are good for blending eyeshadow too!

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