Hi. Today we're talking about mineral make up and the difference of the mineral and other powders but sometimes lower content of talc which can make it less tacky and a little bit smoother but realistically a make up made of minerals so there's not a huge difference but if you like a smoother powder mineral make up might be for you. It's great that it can be a full or medium coverage. It's always depends on the brush you use so, so today we're gonna show you how to apply with a fuller coverage brush which should be the slow flat ones and then wanna do a lighter coverage with this fluffier larger brush. We're gonna use a loose mineral powder today. There's also a press mineral and what I'm gonna do is just pickup a little bit of powder with this duo fiber brush. I will shake it off a little bit the thing about loose powder as it gets all over your clothes and if you're wearing black, it can be annoying if you're trying to run out of the door quick. I'm gonna start we want the most coverage which is the usually the center of the stage the T zone and we're just gonna dust it a little bit on. So it's nice of this a lot of mineral make up has silicon in it which is like silicon and it really smooths up the surface of the skin. So you have a flawless looking finish. So it'll be a lighter coverage on the mineral make up. If you really wanna get flawless skin now and you wanna pack it on a little bit more, you're gonna use the brush that's a little bit firmer. This one is more bristle, pack tighter into a flatter formed brush. So this is great you're gonna pickup the products and then you can gonna actually pack it on to get a fuller coverage in places where you might need it. I always tell people is don't go over board with your foundation 'cause you're gonna be able to see your skin underneath it. So if you don't need full coverage everywhere on your face don't put make up everywhere on your face 'cause it's just gonna make your skin look tacky and dull. And when the make up falls like so on your clothes you wanna use something light to brush the powder off or just using water. So that's how you apply mineralized makeup just a reminder if you want fuller coverage you're gonna wanting use a smaller brush with bristles in (enamour?) pack and if you want lighter coverage you're gonna use the fluffier brush. Any brand will do just go to the department store, pickup your favorite and ask for mineral make up matches your skin tone. As you can see your model Judith skin is glowing and she's ready to go out of town tonight and look flawless. Thanks for watching.
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