I've tried using a buffing brush, beauty blender and my fingers and I love using my fingers. This is such a light weight coverage. It honestly covers nothing. Anyway I feel like working it in your skin will make the product disappear. I usually pat it on my skin all over so I can get as much coverage as possible. And I hate the upkeep of brushes and sponges so fingers is the easiest thing for me :)
answered 3 weeks, 6 days ago
I was using my fingers for a long time, but recently bought a buffing brush for applying foundation and decided to give it a try with this. It makes all the difference! While I was satisfied with the coverage of this TM, the large pores on my cheeks and blackheads on my nose were still pretty visible. The buffing brush makes everything super smooth and also seems like it goes on much lighter.
While applying this with your fingers may be less of a waste of product I just felt the application was too heavy and I'd have to press a tissue to my face afterwards or I'd transfer on to everything and halfway through the day the TM would melt off.
Ultimately, both work, but the finish with the brush is much better and lighter.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
(Deerfield Beach, FL)
You may lose some product with a brush, but I feel more comfortable doing that because I don't like touching my face. It blends really easily with a brush and my brushes don't seem to get too dirty (well even remotely compared to liquid foundation, which I normally use) by the time I wash them.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
I use fingers. I think if you used a brush, you'd end up losing a lot of product. It blends really nicely, you barely have to do anything.