Foundation Routine | Flawless Coverage 

Finding the perfect coverage for your skin can seem like a challenge. I’m always trying out different foundations and concealers, but can never seem to find the right match. A couple weeks ago, I tried a new combo and it has been working great for my skin. 
First, I apply foundation all over with a big brush. I love the brush by IT Cosmetics. I recently tried the Estee Lauder double wear foundation and it is now my holy grail! I decided to try it because I saw so many great reviews about it and they all were 100% accurate. I suffer from acne and acne scars and it covers them perfectly!  (I still haven’t found the perfect remedy to cure my acne. Leave suggestions below!) Read all about my review of this foundation by clicking here.

After applying foundation, I apply the urban decay naked concealer all under my eyes in long strokes forming a triangle. I use the shade “light warm.” I use a damp beauty blender to help get any excess product  that may cause a build up and set in my creases. I then usually bounce the beauty blender around my face to get rid of any brush strokes and just give a nice clean canvas. 

I usually set my under eyes with the translucent powder from Maybelline called FITme. I really like it and haven’t found anything that compares.  I then use a big fluffy brush to set the rest of my face and that’s pretty much it! 

It’s perfect for everyday and gives the coverage that you need. You can find all of the products I use down below. 

Shop my look 

Concealer | Foundation | Brush | Powder
  

xo, Jessi 💋

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