Foundation is a multi-coloured makeup applied to the face to create an even, uniform colour to the complexion, to cover flaws and, sometimes, to change the natural skin tone. 

FOUNDATION V TINTED MOISTURISER: FOUNDATION is typically thicker and provides more coverage. TINTED MOISTURISER is typically light and while it can conceal blemishes, it typically won't cover major scars or blemishes.  

WHAT CAN FOUNDATION BE USED WITH?FOUNDATION is a product that can be used on its own to create a even finish. It can be used on a daily basis.

CONCEALER - can be used after a base of foundation has been applied to cover any blemishes or dark circles that are still visible. 

BRONZER - can be used after a base of foundation has been applied to give yourself a nice tanned look. 

ANTI - SHINE - can be used after all the above products have been applied or indeed if only one of the above has been used. 

WHEN DO I APPLY FOUNDATION?You generally apply foundation as a base product. This would be after you have prepared your face with a moisturiser primer. You then apply the foundation to the whole face to give a base to work from to apply other products or simply use on its own.


APPLY USING YOUR FINGER / FINGERS: Apply some product directly onto your face via the dropper or finger. Once applied use your fingers to blend in the product across the face. Blend in evenly by swiping the product across your face to all areas and then use your finger to dab in any excess while at the same time blending out for a natural look.


APPLY USING A SPONGE: Dot the product onto your face. With a damp sponge blend in the product across the face. Dab rather than pull the sponge across your face for better results.

APPLY USING A BRUSH: Dot the product onto our application brush hairs. Then use the brush to apply the product to your face and and the same time blend it into the skin.