I like using two different brushes. I use a large, fluffy powder brush to create an even base all over my skin. If you have clear, smooth skin, then just that could be enough. I however have a few spots on my skin. Once I have an even base, I take a flat top brush and gently tap some powder on any imperfections.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
(New York, New York)
use a kabuki brush. Just like the BE commercials swirl, tap, and apply ;)
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
(Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
I think this is best applied with a large, very soft (I prefer synthetic, because it's more durable) Powder brush with a long handle, or you could use a kabuki brush. Kind of like the Bare Minerals method, I tap some of the powder into the inside of the cap and pick up an even amount of powder onto the brush and quickly and somewhat light-handedly sweeping over my face, using a broadly circular motion where more coverage is needed. Some of my favorite brush brands are: Origins, MAC, and Nars (only the last is at Sephora). Any very very soft powder brush with long bristles should do.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago