Revolutionary Physicians Formula® Mineral Wear® Talc-Free All-in-1 ABC Cushion Foundation instantly corrects visible imperfections, blurs fine lines and pores with a perfected airbrushed finish
Cushion foundation technology is the latest and greatest in innovative makeup trends and with good reason. The lightweight mineral foundation formula, soaked into a sponge, combines the multi-tasking benefits of an alphabet cream with the gentle, flawless, skin-perfecting effects of minerals to easily and instantly correct visible imperfections, smooth skin by blurring fine lines and pores, while SPF 50 protects skin from harmful UVA/UVB rays.
Follow these three easy steps to masterfully apply the Physicians Formula® Mineral Wear® Talc-Free All-in-1 ABC Cushion Foundation for a perfected, airbrushed finish:
1. Start by inserting your index, middle and ring fingers under the ribbon of the included puff sponge applicator. Lightly apply pressure onto the cushion with the puff applicator to release the perfect dose of foundation for customizable light to medium coverage. Be careful not to press too hard as this could cause spillage or overflow.
2. To apply, gently pat puff onto skin using dabbing or “stamping” motions on areas requiring more coverage or sweeping the puff across other areas of the face for less coverage. This ultra-fluid, lightweight foundation delivers an instant smoothing & firming effect, while hydrating skin for effortless perfection. The formula features a proprietary ABC (Airbrushing, Blurring and Correcting) blend of complexion-enhancing minerals, soothing plant extracts, smoothing antioxidants and skin-nourishing vitamins for moisturizing & brightening benefits that leave skin with an even, luminous airbrushed finish.
3. To set, or for a more matte finish, lightly dust on your favorite Physicians Formula® Mineral Wear® face powder over the foundation.
Pro Tip: Flip cushion for extended foundation usage and be sure to close inner lid tightly to prevent the product from drying out.
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