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How to achieve perfect coverage with foundation: a simple life hack

Alina MilsentNews
How to make sure your complexion is perfect

Perfecting your makeup is an asterisked task, especially when it comes to applying foundation. Instead of using conventional sponges, you can use the popular beauty blender – its oval shape gives you better coverage.

However, the right makeup product is not enough. Experts tell us how to achieve perfect coverage.

The secret to a perfect tone

Makeup artists say that there is a very simple life hack that will greatly facilitate and improve the process of applying foundation to the face – you just need to put the beauty blender in the freezer first.

The idea is that the cold temperature of the beauty blender can help reduce puffiness, soothe the skin, and provide a cooling effect.

How to achieve perfect coverage with foundation: a simple life hack

Step-by-step instructions

  1. First, you need a clean and high-quality beauty blender sponge. You can wash a dirty sponge by hand with mild soap and warm water. Stains that won't come off are one of the signs that your makeup tools are outdated, so experts advise throwing away the sponge if hand washing doesn't work.
  2. Wet a clean sponge and squeeze out the water – you want it to be completely soaked, but not wet.
  3. Now it's time to put your beauty blender in the freezer for at least an hour.
  4. Apply your liquid or cream makeup product to your face and spread it with a cold sponge. The frozen surface should distribute the product evenly without absorbing it and messing up the application.

Frozen sponges also help to set makeup more effectively, so makeup artists say that this popular life hack works.

Important warnings

First, pay attention to the quality of the beauty blender. A high-quality sponge is made of durable materials that can withstand the process of freezing and defrosting without any problems. But if you are working with a cheap cosmetic sponge, this life hack may not work. Budget options can crack, fall apart, or lose their shape when exposed to extreme cold.

The next nuance is sensitive skin. If you often have skin reactions due to temperature changes, freezing your sponge is not the best idea.

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