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AmandaSewi


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This may seem
like a dumb question, but I'm a makeup rookie!
I recently bought everyday minerals natural reflections loose powder to
use as sunscreen (to reapply over my usual sunscreen mid-day), and I bought a
kabuki brush to apply it with. So coverage is obviously a factor. Because the
powder color blends into my skin so well, and the kabuki brush is so soft, I'm
not quite sure how to tell when I've achieved "good coverage". Is
there a certain amount I should start with on the brush? Is there a certain way
I should be applying it? help!

AmandaSewi


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Tips for applying mineral makeup with kabuki brush?
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Hi AmandaSewi,

I am not familiar with this particular product. Have you tried contacting the company, if there were no instructions included with the item. ?

hasan007


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I will try its please told me where i find its and how many $ its.

David147


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I have the same problem but I use the handy buki brush and flawless application and it does nothing to my skin to irritate it or anything...

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