Makeup Brushes and Applicators
Application Tips and Techniques
- After application, allow powders to set for a couple minutes as they will “bloom” into a more natural color.
- When using a sponge, press or stipple the minerals on; do not rub or polish as you will get a shiny, polished application.
- A dry sponge will give good coverage; a wet sponge gives better coverage.
- The larger the brush, the more powder is applied.
- It is best to apply less powder at a time but apply more layers of powder.
- To conceal spots, apply minerals with a cotton swab or finger.
- Shaker bottles are great for dispensing powders; no need to mess with dropped and broken pressed powders again.
- Minerals may be dispensed from our shaker bottle onto a tissue or makeup pallet; from there you can pick up minerals with applicator, blend colors together, or wet a color to create a more dramatic look. Simply wash pallet or throw away tissue.
- Stroke minerals on brows to fill in, lighten, or darken brows.