How To Use Mieoko Kabuki Makeup Brush and powder|part3

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How To Use Mieoko Kabuki Makeup Brush and powder|part3

m3:Using Setting Powder in Alternative Ways

Set your eyeliner with translucent setting powder. While liquid eyeliners can last all day, cream-based pencil eyeliners tend to turn runny as the day goes on. You can help your eyeliner stay put by dusting translucent setting powder over it with a thin brush.
If you like to line your bottom lashes, apply the translucent setting powder first, then the eyeliner, then more powder.

Make your matte lipstick last longer with translucent setting powder. Apply your lip liner and matte lipstick as you usually would. Blot with a tissue to remove excess product and prevent clumping. Use a soft, fluffy powder brush to dust a thin layer of translucent setting powder over your lipstick to set it.
It’s best not to put powder on glossy or shimmery lipsticks, because the powder will make the lipstick clump or look duller.

Volumize thin lashes with mascara and pressed translucent powder. Apply a coat of mascara first, then dust your lashes with an eyeshadow brush and translucent setting powder. Follow up with another coat of mascara

Dust setting powder under your eyes to catch any excess eyeshadow. Before applying eyeshadow, eyeliner, or mascara, brush a heavy coating of powder over the area below your eye and above your cheekbone. After finishing your eye makeup, use a clean brush to dust the setting powder away. Any shadow that may have fallen off during application will stick to the setting powder, so you can simply brush it away with the powder.
It’s typically best to use translucent setting powder for this, but you can use tinted setting powder too

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