Flawless foundation routine for acne coverage
Finding a foundation routine for acne coverage can be difficult. You want a smooth, natural look, without your makeup looking too caked on. Which is why we’re sharing our favourite flawless foundation routine for acne coverage! Turns out, it’s not about applying layer upon layer of foundation because this not only hides the problem skin, but covers the good skin as well.
Watch the video above to learn our best tips and tricks to help you achieve a perfect complexion, even if you’re not having the best skin day.
Can’t watch the video? Read the tips below to get started.
Always moisturise and prime your skin
First and foremost, the most important step is making sure you always start with clean, moisturised skin. Then apply your primer with your fingers. Acne scars and pimples can make a bumpy surface that draws attention to problem areas when it catches the light so it’s really important to use a primer to smooth skin and create an even base for makeup application.
Start blending the Nude by Nature Flawless Liquid Foundation onto your skin with a buffing brush, buffing into the skin in circular motions. Start with a thin layer and build it up only in the problem areas where you need more coverage. This will even out your skin tone while letting your skin show through, and will help avoid your base looking too cakey. The natural pigments in this foundation help to blend in with your complexion to provide a smooth finish.
Conceal areas that need more coverage
Apply the Nude by Nature Flawless Concealer in any areas where you’re breaking out and let it sit on the skin for a minute before blending it in with the concealer brush. If you need more coverage, go back over any pimples that might be still showing with a small amount of concealer on the brush, and blend it in. Using a small amount and thin layers of the product will take longer, but the end result will be much more natural. The final step is to set your base by applying the Nude by Nature Mineral Finishing Veil with a finishing brush. This helps set makeup and control oil and shine.
Do you have any tips or tricks for covering problem skin? What did you learn from our video?