But do you have to run out and fork over 30-60 bucks for yet another foundation formula? No ma’am! Let me show you how to make your own. As long as you already own concealer or have a favorite foundation and a facial oil, you're set.
Using a cosmetic spatula or even a butter knife, scrape a pea-size amount of cream concealer onto your hand or a palette. If you don’t want as full of coverage, use less concealer.
Add 3-4 drops of your chosen facial oil and mix until well incorporated. If you have oily skin, you may opt for less and if dry, for a little more.
Now dip the end of a flat top kabuki or beautyblender into your newly created serum foundation and apply by buffing in circular motions.
You’ll still want to dust a setting powder on top to make your makeup last and to cut down on any excess shine. I love serum foundations for their glowing, dewy appearance though so I only dust translucent powder on my t-zone.
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