See a sales representative or Laura Mercier representative. That's what they're there for.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
(Queens, New York)
I have seen the Mercier make up artists do this. Sprinkle a little powder in your hand and then gently patt the puff in your hand with the powder. Fold the powder puff in half and stiple it on your t-zone and chin.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
Tap some powder onto the velour puff directly - 4 light taps should be enough to start.
Fold the velour puff in half (product on the inside) and kind of roll the two halves together a little to try to get the product into the puff (not sitting on the surface).
Once the product has been rubbed into the puff, unfold the puff, and press the product side of the puff onto your face - I like to do this in a sort of rolling motion, combined with a patting motion, all over my face. To get into the creases around your nose or other small areas, fold the puff in half (product side out) and use the corner that the fold makes.
If you feel you need a little more powder after this, tap some more onto the puff and repeat.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
dont use the puff but instead buy a fan brush which is the perfect application process for this product. if to much powder gets on the puff you could look ashy
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
Just pour a tad into the lid and lay your puff on it. That's how I do it!
answered 3 years ago
I just shake a little bit of the powder out into the top portion of the container. I just dab the velour puff into the powder and then put it onto my face. I don't use a lot - it's not necessary to use a whole lot. Probably a dime or quarter size for each side of my face.