Are you tired of using infinite remedies to make large pores disappear without success? Use these expert foundation makeup tips to hide large pores completely.
It is a fact that not even a single one of us likes something extra on our faces. Well, except makeup that is. We are talking about anything that somehow interferes with our natural image. Be it facial hair, pimples, acne, or open pores, we don’t want any bugger walking around having fun on our faces. Large pores can be a real problem since they are more dependent on factors like genetics and age. Although there are a lot of remedies to make large pores disappear, in most of the cases, we have to live with them. In today’s article, we are going to tell you some of the best foundation tips you can use. These tips have been tried and tested by top makeup artists to make large pores disappear. Without further ado, let’s get to business.
1. Get primed.
“To conceal larger pores, it’s important to start with a good primer; that way the makeup won’t accentuate pores. I love Neutrogena Shine Control Primer. It’s weightless and doesn’t feel greasy.” —Daniel Chinchilla, works with Ariana Grande and Keke Palmer
2. Even out your skin tone.
“Foundation normally exaggerates pores. The best thing to do is even out the skin tone with M.A.C. Studio Face and Body Foundation. If skin is evened out, the pores will blend in better.” —Niki M’nray, works with Rihanna and Gigi Hadid
3. Opt for a compact foundation
“Using a compact allows for pinpoint coverage in areas where pores are larger. This foundation is light and filled with moisture, making your skin look fresh and your pores lightly concealed, avoiding any clumping of product.” —Robert Greene, works with Tinashe and Samira Wiley
4. Apply your foundation the right way.
“To fill in the pores and blend them, apply the foundation using a synthetic brush in a crosshatching motion. Finish with a soft-focus powder, like the Koh Gen Doh Maifanshi Face Powder to set and bounce the light in the most believable and flattering way.” —Suzy Gerstein, works with Camilla Belle and Christy Turlington Burns
5. Make sure you have the right tools.
“For larger pores, it’s more about the tools than the product. I say Beautyblender all the way. Also, using a stippling brush with your foundation will soften and conceal large pores.” —Edward Cruz, works with Priyanka Chopra and Kat Graham