This little video is a guide on how to apply Lily Lolo Mineral Foundation is one of our clients' favourites. Mineral foundation makes older skin look younger as it has light reflecting particles that bounce the light off of the skin. Most traditional makeups come in liquid or cream form, which are heavier and denser, causing fine lines to show up more because a thicker substance is settling into it.
In this video Nadira Persaud, the International Make up Artist, shows us how to use this finely milled mineral foundation SPF 15 that buffs into the skin effortlessly, and allows custom coverage when applied in buildable layers. In the video, she uses the Kabuki brush.
Shake a little foundation powder into the lid of the jar and swirl the brush into the powder until there's an even covering of minerals on the brush. Tap the base of the brush on a hard surface to settle the minerals into the bristles, this ensures a natural looking finish. The key is to apply the foundation one layer at a time until you are happy with the coverage. You can add more to problem areas such as blemishes etc.
This award winning mineral foundation is free from harsh chemicals, nano particles, parabens, bismuth oxychloride, talc, synthetic dyes, fillers, fragrance and preservatives. It has a natural SPF and is water resistant. It has a silky and soft finish, it's never cakey or powdery. This foundation allows buildable cover whilst still allowing skin to breathe.
For the most natural match, the foundation should blend seamlessly with your skin. If it looks orange, it's too dark. If it appears ashy, it's too pale.