Types Of Foundation

Foundation_TypesBe sure to use the type of foundation best for your skin type to naturally enhance your beauty:

Stick: Stick foundation is like having a crème foundation and concealer rolled into one. Easy to apply, it is great if you are looking to cover uneven skin tone and works best for normal or dry skin.

Liquid: Liquid foundation is a popular choice and works with most skin types. It is available in moisturizing, oil free, SPF and all degrees of coverage from sheer to maximum.

Crème: Crème foundation works best on dry to normal complexions. Crème tends to be heavier than most foundations and can often be used without a concealer because it offers maximum coverage.


Pressed Powder: Pressed powder works best if you are looking for sheer to medium coverage. A good option if you are prone to blemishes since it will not clog your pores; pressed powder is perfect for shine control and easy to apply with a good makeup sponge.

Loose Powder: Loose powder is gaining popularity as a mineral powder and is best for medium to maximum coverage. It's a good choice for those with sensitive skin and can be applied loosely with a brush or mixed in moisturizer for your own customized sheer foundation.

Tinted Moisturizer: Tinted moisturizer is simply moisturizer with a hint of color and is the sheerest of all the foundations. It's a great "almost-bare" option if you just want to even out your skin tone.

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