Moisturize your face beforehand. Use a non-mineral, oil-based moisturizer that won't clog your pores. If your moisturizer doesn't absorb into your skin, neither will your mineral makeup. Wait 10 minutes after applying your moisturizer. This will allow your skin to properly absorb the lotion. Otherwise, you'll risk a damaged makeup job from too much moisture.
Dab the enhancer on imperfections. This includes areas of your skin affected by acne. Press your concealer brush into the green powder. Blot your blemishes to cover them. If you have dark circles, use the yellow enhancer in the same way under your eyes. It'll refract light and make your dark under-eye circles disappear.
Apply a bronzer. Bronzer gives you the appearance of a light suntan. If this look is for you, apply the bronzer only to the areas of your face that get the most sun. Usually, this will be your cheeks, chin, and forehead. Use light, circular strokes with the Kabuki brush.
Sweep on some blush. Blush also adds color to your cheeks and can be used as an alternative to bronzer. If you would like to add a bit of pink or light red to your face, apply some blush to the apples of your cheeks. Use the Kabuki brush, moving in circular strokes.
Put on some eye shadow. Touch your concealer brush to the eye shadow and tap off any excess into the makeup container. Gently apply the makeup to your eyelids starting at the outer edge and moving inward. Use light, downward strokes.