Answer: Liquid foundation is a little bit harder to deal with as it's more prone to crease, melt, or move off of your face. There are a couple ways to apply liquid foundation. Before you apply foundation with your hands, make sure your fingers are clean. Then, spread the product gently around your skin, starting in your T-zone and blending out.
If you choose to use a brush, pair it with a viscous foundation so that it's easier to blend. Grab a flat-top brush and pour a small amount of foundation on the back of your hand. Using the end of the bristles, dip your brush into the foundation and start applying the foundation at the nose with small round movements. Work outward from these central areas to the edges of your face, then move to the cheeks, chin, and forehead working in small circles. Make sure to use short, quick strokes in the same direction.
If you are more of a sponge person like our editor Kirbie Johnson, grab your beauty blender and wet it before dipping it in your makeup. Begin by tapping product from the middle of the face, by the nose, and then move outwards toward your hairline. Start tapping the product on between the eyebrows, then move upwards to the forehead. Next, tap foundation on the chin and along the jawline. Apply a setting powder using a small brush and blend away.