How to do Choi Ji Woo and Kim Tae Yeon’s looks, by request.
Music: The Snowman’s Music Box Dance by George Winston
Jill Stuart Jelly Eye Color 10
MUFE Aqua Eyes 0L
Diorshow Black Out
Integrate Live Fix rouge RD399
P&J LE Blush 01
P&J Moisturizing Primer
P&J Protective Fluid Foundation 10
P&J Pressed Powder 04 Mauve
The talented makeup artist Brittany McClelland of Santa Barbara, CA and owner of Lokahi Makeup Artistry contributed extremely useful information to a question a lot of women ask “Do Makeup Primers Really Make a Difference?”.
“Makeup primers totally make a difference! I don’t work without them. At the bare minimum I always use a good eyeshadow primer to intensify the color as well as keeping the shadow from creasing a couple of favorites are:
Primer Potion by Urban Decay
and for the budget conscious makeup artist, NYX cosmetics makes a very admirable creme primer in 3 different shades/effects.”
Ladies there you have it! Makeup primers are a good investment to your makeup collection. We have an extra surprise tip!!!! We found a great video by missglamorazzi and she shows you “How to Make Your Own Eyeshadow Primer”
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Revlon 024 Gold dust
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I’m back with another tutorial! This one is long overdue…my updated foundation routine! This video is not sponsored by any brands, it truly is what I use in my personal makeup stash…
In the video I show you my foundation routine from bare skin to blush, hope you enjoy!
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1:37 Apply Foundation Primer
1:48 Apply undereye corrector with fingers
2:40 Tap and Buff in cream foundation with Sigma F80 flat top buffer brush…I like to spritz the brush with a bit of fix plus first
5:30 Set foundation with loose powder
6:20 Contour with matte bronzer
8:09 Apply highlight powder
9:14 Add a little shimmer to the cheekbones
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Start with Skinflash Primer Radiance Boosting Makeup Primer, then apply DiorSkin Nude Natural Glow Creme Gel in #40. I applied Tarte Dark Circle Defense Natural Under Eye Corrector in Medium-Deep to under eye area and applied Banana Powder from Ben Nye so eyes lifted without looking too light and unnatural. I then used Queen Collection Mineral Bronzer in Light Bronze and applied all over the face to create a light contour on the nose.
First spray legs with Dior Airflash Bronzer on her legs then apply Tarte Celebutante Dry Oil Shimmer Spray on top to add shimmer, it makes legs look slimmer.
First apply Smoky Shadow Blast in Bronze Fire the golden color on the lid and brow and the bronze color in the crease then blend so the color natural fades. Apply Green Glow Liquiline Blast on top and bottom lash line then blend with a small tapered brush to diffuse color. Lastly add 2 coats of DiorShow 360 Mascara to lock in lashes so they blend with the faux lashes, this gives a natural look. I completed the look with Milani Black Liquid Liner with a slight wing for that retro chic look of the 70′s.
I added Girlactik Heaven’s Dust in Gold in the inner corner of the eyes and cheekbone so it really made Keri’s face pop!
We wanted to mute brows so I used Dior Brow gel in Shiny Blonde which really lifted Keri’s eyes.
I applied Tarte Amazonian Clay 12 hour Blush in Tipsy on the apples of the cheeks.
Originally published in Hellobeauty.com
Tip 1: Protect Your Skin
Unless you want your skin to tan darker throughout the day, be sure to wear skincare products that contain SPF while outside, says Smashbox Cosmetics artist Green. She uses SPF formulas on models to keep their skin from tanning and appearing inconsistent in photos during all-day shoots.
Try: Olay Complete Daily Defense UV Moisturizer SPF 30, $14.99
Tip 2: Blot A Lot
“A lot of people make the mistake of toning down shine with powder puff and face powder, which can be problematic,” says Green, who uses blotting papers instead. “If you’re hot, sweaty, and shiny, you don’t want to add powder onto oil and perspiration, you’ll get a floury, chalky mess!” Instead, blot forehead, nose, upper chin, and the area above the eyebrows with tissue or blotting papers to absorb oils without disturbing makeup.
Try: MAC Blot Film, $12.50
Tip 3: Cool off Your Body
“Don’t expect to apply perfect makeup as soon as you jump out of the shower,” Green says. “All it’s going to do is absorb into skin and make you break out. If you’re hot and sweaty post-shower, allow yourself ten minutes to let your body cool down before applying makeup.” On the go? Green suggests carrying a portable, paper fan to cool off whenever you feel sweaty while Stern suggests keeping a facial mist in your bag for “a refreshing boost.”
A mist to try: Shu Uemura Depsea Water Facial Mist, $24
Tip 4: Use a Primer
“[It] helps makeup cling on to skin a little tighter for longer-lasting grip and keeps you from getting oily and greasy during the day,” Green says. Another option (great for guys too): Dab a little bit of anti-shine gel under or over makeup to take down the gleam of oily skin.
Try: Lola Refine Shine Anti-Shine Gel, $24
Originally published on TotalBeauty.com