Q&A: How Can I Apply Flawless-Looking Cream Foundation?

Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr

You Asked! Honest Answers

Creamy foundations are all the rage and it makes sense. These formulas are designed to provide thicker coverage that transforms into a silky, flawless finish. If you’re switching from liquid to cream versions, no worries, mastering a new technique isn’t necessary.

We went to LA-based celebrity makeup artist Hannah Biddle for her 411 on how to apply Honest Beauty’s Everything Cream Foundation

  • Honest Beauty (HB): What the keys to applying flawless cream foundation? 

    My favorite way to apply this foundation is by using a dense synthetic buffing brush. Begin by applying the foundation at the center of the face and blend outward in circular motions. This will give the most natural-looking coverage.

  • HB: How do you build coverage without looking cakey? 

    For medium coverage, use a damp fluffy sponge to apply the foundation onto the skin using a stippling motion. The stippling technique ensures great coverage with a seamless finish.

  • HB: How do you apply without streaks? 

    If using a brush, circular motions ensure a streak-free application. When using the damp sponge, the stippling motion pretty much guarantees a flawless coverage. The key here is to make sure the sponge is damp (like the beauty blender).

Comments are closed.

DISCLAIMER: Content on this site is not a substitute for professional medical or healthcare advice, diagnosis, treatment, dietary, or safety advice, and may not be used for such purposes. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified expert with any questions you may have regarding a medical question, condition, or safety concern. Reliance on information presented on this site is at your own risk. This site contains the opinions and views of others and does not represent the opinions and views of The Honest Company. Given the interactive nature of this site, we cannot endorse, guarantee, or be responsible for the accuracy or efficacy of any content generated by our users or bloggers.
Sign up for Honest Home emails
By entering your email you agree to our Terms of Service