Your guide—with products, tools and tips—to getting perfectly custom coverage.
Sheer, less-is-more looks for those lucky, even-toned skin types.
This perfectly shaped foundation brush ensures even application and coverage.
An oil-free, translucent veil of color that hydrates, protects and adds a hint of glow.
Barely there cover that also treats, moisturizes, primes and protects with SPF.
Moderate coverage for masking slight imperfections.
Light-reflecting liquid and a combination of powders make skin look refined, revitalized and refreshed.
A modern cult classic, this featherweight liquid adds moderate coverage and an airbrushed finish.
A short, round brush works with liquids, powders or creams.
Angled bristles allow for uniform coverage over all contours.
Targets shadows, highlights contours, conceals flaws—and lets your skin's natural light shine through.
Provides a velvet-matte finish. Imperfections stay covered under special pigments with lasting power.
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR CONCEALER:
Apply foundation first, then layer concealer where needed so it stays smooth—and you avoid overapplication. Stylist pick:
Clé de Peau Beauté Concealer, $70
Primer acts as a binder between your skin and foundation to secure maximum wearability. Stylist pick:
Laura Mercier Foundation Primer, $32
TAKE A POWDER:
The right powder takes away the shine, but lets you keep the glow. Apply only to oily areas (nose, chin, forehead) for the most natural look. Stylist pick:
Chantecaille Loose Powder, $62