Active acne skin have many color tones including red, brown, and purple. Select several possible foundation colors and blend.
Then apply drops using a blending sponge. Smooth and buff the color down to the jawline and under.
Next, gently tap a little more onto areas needing more coverage.
Then use a loose "setting powder" over whole face and let it set for two minutes.
Then apply more "setting powder" over t-zone area.
For Rosacea (redness):
Avoid foundation shades that are too pink and/or cool colors such as blues and purples - these colors can exacerbate the red tones. Instead, use a neutral tone with a hint of yellow or beige to mute the redness.
Apply drops of foundation using a blending sponge and blend outward.
Then touch up inflamed areas with a concealer (with yellow tones) using light tapping with fingertips.
Set makeup with a loose setting powder by tapping over face. Let it set for two minutes.