Application Tips for Liquid Silk Foundation and Cream Concealer
The great debate began when we first started testing Liquid Silk Foundation and Cream Concealer: what’s the best way to apply? We aim for coverage that’s sheer enough to be natural-looking—freckles and all—while still balancing the skin tone, smoothing pores, and never letting on that any makeup is actually involved.
Brush, sponge, or fingers? Set it with powder, or do the dew? We tried them all. While all roads lead to a moisturized, natural finish, these are our favorite methods:
LSF, of course) for Cream Concealer. Affectionately nicknamed “Angle Fluffy” by our team here at AP, we love the way it hugs the angles near your nose, and softens and diffuses coverage under your eyes. It leaves a smooth, seamless finish, and blends like the magic bullet. Use it to apply Cream Concealer sparingly to undereye circles, areas of discoloration or redness. Tap over the area gently to blend and build coverage. Follow with Liquid Silk Foundation.
Liquid Silk Foundation. Use the Soft Focus brush to lightly blend the concealer in sweeping, circular motions with the white tips of the bristles. The result is an air-brushed, evenly-stippled finish that is long-lasting and natural. Bonus: for long-lasting full matte coverage, set Liquid Silk Foundation and Cream Concealer with Satin Matte Foundation or Pressed Foundation with Rosehip Antioxidant Complex.
Cream Concealer coverage under your eyes.