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    • lauzieslifestyle says

      Thank you! Maybe try applying one pump first or use smaller amounts and build up. Blending out always helps as well and start in the centre-so the centre of your chin or cheeks etc. x

      • Kit Cat Tries That says

        Hi! I have one other question. For oily skin with some acne scars would you recommend using a beauty blender or a brush? If a brush, should I be using tapping motions of circular motions? Thanks ( :

        • lauzieslifestyle says

          You basically described my skin 🙁 lol. You can use either. The main thing with covering-whether blemishes or scars, is to always blend around it. The beauty blender will absorb more product though. So if you have the odd scars on your face, the sponge can help but if you have lots of little acne scars together, I would probably use a brush to avoid taking away product. Where do you have scars if you don’t mind me asking? Do you have them on your T-zone?

          • lauzieslifestyle says

            I think you said you have oily skin, so I would use a damp beauty blender across your face but when you go to conceal your scars, if you can blend around them without the sponge touching other scars (if that makes sense) use the beauty blender otherwise at the end, just apply product on the scars and use a brush to blend round.