i prefer the puff x
Nice velour powder puff on my makeup 'to buy' list now, man you're proving to be expensive but this is great, no more wasted money just great makeup and tools. Thank you for posting this 'how to', really interesting!
i'm guilty ;)thanks for advice
WAYNE, great post--keep repeating "press and roll" and "damp sponge", we'll get it eventually!WOULD YOU RECOMMEND THIS TECHNIQUE FOR MINERAL FOUNDATION? I don't like the buffing action--it irritates my skin. Is there really any difference in the texture of the setting powders vs mineral powders, except for the talc? Maybe a tutorial on the different kinds of powders and best application would be useful.Thanks and best regards,
I learn something new from every video - thank you so much for sharing. Alison x
it really doesnt matter to me wat u r talkin about! i can easily listen you for hours!
@ 2:20 ' u know u r doing it so don't pretend u'r not' lololololu were talking to me right there!thanx for ur videos Wayne; there's just soooooo much to learn from u.thanx for sharing!!!
hahahaha!! i'm nodding as i'm watching this video.
I love this tutorial..im guilty of using powder wrongly , and I knew I was doing it wrong but always felt overwhelmed by the puff method. It felt too made up and set for me , because I wasn't using after products too, like spray fix etc.. you have helped me come back to loving makeup again after 10yrs of abandoning it for tinted moisturisers and my natural look. Its lovely to have a modern knowledge of brush techniques etc. Much love xxx