If I have heard one common lament with users of cushion foundation (myself included), it is this – the coverage is too sheer and light. Yes, there are some brands that make cushion foundations with higher coverage, but they are the exception rather than the norm. Most take on a lighter, sheerer, more dewy texture on skin which makes it an excellent touch-up product, but when used on its own, isn’t as flattering unless you have beautiful skin. Well, let me show you how to get better coverage with cushion foundation, using a simple step-by-step guide!
When I covered the week of cushion foundation a while ago, that was the most glaring thing I noticed -sheer coverage. Barring the exceptions, if you were to try to use these cushion foundations as your primary base (foundation) product, then some people might be disappointed. Ah, but here’s where I can help you! 😀
A while ago, I was at a Sulwhasoo event, where the makeup artist showed a neat trick that I picked up and filed away in my mind to try. Try it I did (without using Sulwhasoo products, oops! 😛 ), and now I can show you that not only does it work, it’s a great way to wear only a light base, yet look like you took great effort with your foundation. It’s quite impressive! 😀 And I was even hardworking enough to take step-by-step pictures 😛