Today we’re going to show you a full-face makeup routine for medium skin tones. Start by applying foundation to your entire face. Using a damp Beauty Blender Gently press the foundation onto your skin. A damp blender helps pick up excess foundation on your face After foundation use a setting powder if you have oily skin. If you have dry skin skip this part. Now select a concealer that is two to three shades lighter than your skin tone. Concentrate in the middle of your forehead, nose, under the eyes and chin. Take the damp Beauty Blender and gently blend onto your skin using a dabbing motion. Now onto contour. Choose a shade that is two to three levels darker than your skin tone. Start by defining your cheekbones contouring at an angle from your ear down. Depending on your face shape you might want to shade in your forehead. Make sure to put product on both sides of the brush for an even finish. Now bake your face by outlining your contour targeting areas that are oily like the chin, under eyes, nose and forehead. Baking your face keeps oil at bay and creates an airbrushed look. Bake for 15 minutes but less is fine too. Ok onto blush. Use an angled brush and lightly dust up and down aiming right above your contour. Now add some glow to your face by using a highlight. Apply to the top of your cheekbones and the top of your brow arch. Also add a little highlight to your cupids bow to create a fuller pout. Brush off the baking powder and blend everything together. Now lock in your makeup with a setting spray. Throw on your favorite lipstick and you’re good to go!