The Best Mineral Makeup
For mineral foundation, dip a squat kabuki brush or a standard powder brush into the powder and tap off the extra. Then, beginning near your nose, move the brush outward in small circles, says Landy Dean, a makeup artist at the Edris Salon, in New York City. Use the same swirling technique to apply blush to the apples of your cheeks. To apply pressed powder, blot your face with the compact’s cotton pad, con-centrating on shiny spots. For eye color, dip a shadow brush into the powder and sweep it over your lids.