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Our very own CEO & Founder of Hannah Elisabeth Beauty, Hannah Metz was recently featured in an article with InStyle Magazine! Hannah answered the burning beauty questions and her biggest tips to applying a full coverage foundation!
“As the name implies, full coverage foundation is designed to fully mask whatever is beneath it. “It’s typically opaque, meaning that when applied to the face, you will see the finish of the foundation without any sheerness or translucency that may allow your natural skin to peek through,” says makeup artist Hannah Metz, who is the founder of Hannah Elisabeth Beauty, the country’s fastest growing on-site hair & make-up artistry brand. “Full coverage foundation is usually made to be long-lasting, with a more matte to satin finish.” That said, it’s also available in natural finishes that give it a radiant, born-with-it appeal while still adequately covering skin texture and tones beneath. “Full coverage foundation is best used for those with normal to oily skin types, or those who wish to cover imperfections such as blemishes and dark spots,” Metz adds.” -Rebecca Noris, InStyle
“When applying full coverage foundation, Metz suggests starting in the center of the face and pressing and buffing the formula outwards. “It’s typically best applied with a dense, flat brush, such as the Morphe M6 Flat Buffer Brush,” she admits. “You can also apply full coverage foundation with a wet beauty sponge, such as the beautyblender, slightly dampened (with either regular water or setting spray).” -Rebecca Noris, InStyle
“When applying full coverage foundation, Metz suggests starting in the center of the face and pressing and buffing the formula outwards.” -Rebecca Noris, InStyle
“If you don’t own a full coverage foundation and aren’t planning to purchase one after all, Metz says that it’s possible to build coverage with light-to-medium-coverage foundations, as well. “One of my favorite techniques as a professional makeup artist is using a lighter- to medium-coverage foundation with a beautiful radiance and glow, but applying one to two well-blended layers to get a full coverage appearance,” she says. “This is a great technique for those with dry or more mature skin, where using a full coverage matte foundation may not be ideal, but where a full coverage finished look is still desired.” -Rebecca Noris, InStyle
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