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Flawless Foundation

The number 1 rule for a flawless foundation finish is paying attention to your make-up primer which works wonders to create an even canvas for your beauty

 

 

 

 

 

Define Eyebrows

The key is to keep your brows looking natural. It is called brow products for a reason, keeping the product away from your skin and not over drawing or over filling in any places where there are no hairs present. Simply follow your natural looking brow shape.

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Smokey Eye

For a classic smokey eye use shades like black, charcoal and grey. Start by applying your basics, such as primer, concealer, foundation and powder. Then apply a mid-tone base shadow all over the lid, followed by a layer of a darker tone such as espresso, charcoal or smoke over the mid-tone base and blend upwards just slightly past the crease of the eye.

 

 

 

 

 

Bold & Beautiful Lips

Nothing pulls a makeup look together like a pretty pout. To keep your lips in perfect shape, it’s always smart to create a smooth base. Give your lips a gentle scrub before applying your lip products to slough away dead skin cells that have built up on the surface of your lips.

 

 

 

 

 


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