I usually blend it with either the girl meets pearl or that gal right away after application, and it makes it a lot easier to spread around before it dries out.
You can apply this by dabbing a few dots on your cheek; because it dries so quick, you'll want to blend it with either your fingers or your damp beauty blender really quickly.
You could also apply this somewhat heavy-handed on your bare skin (you'll still want to blend it in first so that it's not ca key) and apply your foundation on top of it - this makes your cheek color kind of glow-through your skin. I would recommend trying this out when you can play around with it and don't have to head out right away.
If you're still a bit lost, just do a search for "Positint tutorial" on youtube. Everything and anything can be found there :)
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
Smile big and apply it to the tops of the apples of your cheeks. Make a small circle, about the size of a dime, and then blend, blend, blend with your finger tips, one cheek at a time. Use your ring finger as it is the most gentle. After you blend you can assess if you need to add a little more to get the color you are looking for. Hope this helps!
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Posietint is a stain so you have to rub the product in almost immediately after you apply it or it will look very blotchy. I recommend quickly applying a small circle of product and then blending it with your fingers immediately after application. I do that about 1-3 times, depending on how much color I want on my cheecks.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
I slide the posietint in one stroke across each apple of my cheek, and then softly blend with hands.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
I always, always, always apply moisturizer before doing anything else, and let is soak in for a few minutes (usually by using this time to brush my teeth). If that still doesn't help you avoid blotchiness.... If you use liquid foundation apply before the stain. I usually apply the Posietint in a 3 dot, triangle-pattern on the front apples of my cheeks, swirling backwards towards my hair line. After that, I set with translucent powder.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
I found the same issue with it, and decided not to use it.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
(Mount Royal, NJ)
Figure out realistically what pieces in which kits you're going to use. When I bought the Bronze of the Champions I knew I wouldn't use the mascara and highlighter so I eliminated those from the comparison. So I divided the price by 4. That was the price per piece. Do this for both kits. Then compare the sizes of the products to their full sizes, then figure out the actual value of the sample size. (Lots of cross multiplying). When you've done this for all of the pieces, figure out the actual value of the kit to the value of buying all full size products. Then figure out what percentage off you're getting by buying the kit. Whichever is the better deal, there's your choice! And if you're upset by the better value, then you know that the other one is your choice! :) Hope that helps. it's very scientific. And you thought you'd never use algebra past the 9th grade :)
answered 1 year, 4 months ago