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I use my fingers then blend the streakiness with a kabuki. I also don’t use liquid foundation very much and use a powder buffed in with a kabuki, or tinted moisturizer.

Definitely with the MAC 109 brush, it’s the best brush for foundation as it blends it so flawlessly and quickly.

I use my 182 kabuki, I know it sounds cray but it gives the best flawless result I ever had. I just dot the foundation on my face and then buff with the brush. If I need more coverage somewhere, I’ll just dot again some more product and buff. Done in 30 secs!

I hardly wear foundation since I don’t make the time to do all the steps. Typically I use my hands so I don’t have to clean a brush though sometimes i use my ecotools foundation brush.

I use the sephora platinum airbrush #55 to stipple on and buff out my make up forever HD foundation. best foundation brush thus far, even, smooth coverage, works greatttttt with mufe HD foundation.

I just use a stippling brush and buff it all over my face, press on some finishing powder and blush and i’m good to go!

For liquid foundation I use the 131, spray with Fix+, and swirl.
For powder I use the 109. Spray Fix+ on face, then swirl the powder with the 109.

I use my 109 brush spritz my face with Fix + and a little on the brush and I’m ready to work some magic lol.

My sonia kashuck blender sponge though i have been meaning to try a 187 for the airbrosh effect though I am skeptical…eeek!

I was using the Sephora #55 airbrush to apply my liquid foundation but I recently purchased the 109 brush and I love it. I’ll have to try it wet like you do.

Sponge and brush me no likey. They absorb more product than they put on. That is such a waste. So I use my hands. But I keep hand sanitizer on my vanity dresser. LOL

I use the Sonia Kashuk Flat Blender Blush Brush and it works amazing! It’s soooo soft and it blends my foundation flawlessly.

i use the 190 to paint the foundation in triangles on my forehead and cheeks and a line in my lip chin and nose and blend it w/ da sk blender sponge. somewhere in there i use my fix plus.

When I first started wearing foundation, I use a traditional foundation by Benefit but I rarely use that brush anymore. Nowadays, I use a stippling brush or a kabuki brush. For powder foundation, I use a blush/face brush.

I have a Mac 190 brush but I don’t really use anymore, I also have a 187 dupe brush but I use it on others and for powder/blush/bronzer, so lately I have been using my fingers and its the best application for me so far.

i use my fingers. i tried using brushes but i always feel like it takes forever and i don’t reach all the areas i need. i use a kabuki afterwards to blend out.

I use my Giorgio Armani foundation brush to apply my liquid foundation, then I use my Mac 150 to apply my MSF natural powder.

I first apply my mac prep and prime, and then I set it with the transparent finishing powder with a very loose face brush. I then apply my foundation with a stiff full buffer brush, and set it using prep and prime transparent finishing powder with the loose fash brush. I then spray my brush with fix + and stipple that on my foundation. I literally do not have to touch up my makeup for 8 hours.

First I apply Urban Decay’s Pore Perfecting Primer Potion.
(Try saying that five times fast.) I stipple on Studio Fix Fluid with a MAC 187, and blend with a foundation brush. Then I use a sponge to smooth and finally puff on a translucent powder to set.

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