THE BEST TOOL
Not only is it easy and cheap, heat from our hands allows a smoother application of foundation.But you might end up with foundation fingers! Never fear!We recommend you pat softly any remaining product over eyes or around the nose.
Hand application doesn’t really allow a detailed finish but saves you time, money and is easy even for foundation newbies.
NOT A SPONGE CAKE
Spray a few pumps of mist on a dry sponge.(Dry sponges absorb excessive amounts of product so a damper (misted) sponge is a must!)
Compared to other foundation tools, sponges are known to absorb a lot more product but is also considered as a versatile tool as the tip of the sponge can be used to cover pores and other imperfections allowing a clean finish.
FOR THE GLOW
Generally moistened before use, a foundation is spread across the forehead, cheeks, and chin areas for balanced application.Quick Tip: Foundation streaks are common when using foundation brushes.So what can we do to avoid the good ol streaky freaky foundation face? Apply a thinner layer of foundation and after the first brush stroke, brush in the opposite direction as well.
Can be used to apply foundations, primers, BB/CC Creams (all base makeup) due to its supreme airbrushed look.Air puffs are time saving and easy to use, giving a hydrated illuminating dewy finish.By moistening the air puff, dab and lightly pat away before use.
Minimal effort is needed when applying foundation with the 3D Sonic patented VANAV makeup brush as it gives a natural yet detailed long lasting coverage!
SIZE IS EVERYTHING!