Order of Makeup

Concealer after foundation? Blush before eyebrows Blush before eyebrows? This topic is controversial due to differing opinions about which products you should use first.

Don’t worry; we have the exact steps to apply makeup, so you don’t have to guess. What is the general rule of thumb? The general rule of thumb?

Below is our step-by, illustrated application guide.

Step 1 – Primer & Corrector

A primer or colorcorrector are optional. However, if you choose to use one (or both), it should be done immediately after your skincare routine. This will even out your skin and make the product last longer.

Step 2 – Foundation

Foundation is a foundation on which you can build your other makeup. Choosing a formula that suits your skin tone and type would be best. This will make it easier to apply your other products. If you have even skin, you can skip foundation and use a little concealer on your problem areas.

Step 3 – Concealer

To avoid your skin looking cakey and using too much foundation, always use Concealer immediately after applying it. Apply our buildable Concealer to the areas that require more coverage (under and around blemishes). Use a Blender Brush to soften the edges.

Step 4: Blush, Bronzer, & Highlighter

Add a touch of color to your complexion with Blush. With our Mineral bronzer, you can also use a shimmering highlighter or contour your skin. If you prefer to layer creams over powders,

Step 5 – Eyeshadow, Eyeliner & Mascara

When you want to achieve a winged liner look, a coated eyelash can be a problem. After applying your eyeshadow and eyeliner, apply your mascara.

Step 6 – Eyebrows

Your eyebrows should compliment the rest of your makeup. Shape and fill your arches using our Cream Brow Paint to match all your looks. (Pro tip: Steps 4, 5, and 6 can be interchanged depending on your preference.

Step 7 – Lips

It’s also the easiest to reapply throughout the day. Applying your lipstick is a significant final step in your makeup look, regardless of whether you’re using a simple tinted gloss or a full-on look with liner, lipstick, and blush.

Step 8: Applying powder or setting spray

One, two, or all of these products can be used. However, they are designed to make your makeup last longer and look better daily.