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beauty how to: BAKED COLLECTION
beauty how to: BAKED COLLECTION
MONDAY, MAY 12, 2014

Get the glow this spring with e.l.f.'s BAKED COLLECTION! Our model Donia was the perfect canvas to show you how to incorporate baked makeup into your daily routine, so check out the step-by-step guide below and glow on:

STEP 1: Apply your foundation in the desired coverage and even out your complexion. We used the e.l.f. Studio Moisturizing Foundation Stick and Small Stipple Brush to create a smooth base.

STEP 2: Work those eyes! fill in your brows to create a frame and add contrast to your face, and apply a cream shadow on your lids in a light/gold color. We used the Essential Smudge Pot in Gotta Glow and applied with the e.l.f. Studio Contour Brush.

STEP 3: The e.l.f. Studio Baked Eyeshadow Palettes in NYC and California were the perfect addition of glow to Donia's eyes. Use the "C" brush to pack on color over your cream shadow on the lid. This will create a solid glow but also prevent creasing! We also used a few deep shades from the Endless Eyes Pro Palette in the crease of the eye and edge for definition.

STEP 4: Don't forget your cheekbones and the high points of your face- apply the Studio Baked Highlighter to those areas for a dewy finish on the face. We used the Blush Gems and Moonlight Pearls to get Donia's look and then added our Baked Bronzer to her nose, hairline and jawline. Complete the look by adding Mineral Infused Mascara to your lashes, some color to your cheeks with the Studio Blush Palette and a gorgeous lip color like Fashionista Studio Lip Stain!

xoxo
Sonia


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Make-up Tips to Look Years Younger
Make-up Tips to Look Years Younger
THURSDAY, JULY 02, 2009

 

When it comes to applying make-up there are a few key points that you can follow to achieve a fresher younger look:

 

  • Applying a generous amount of mascara to your top eye lashes and only a small amount to your bottom lashes. This creates a lifting upward illusion to the eyes. A thick application of Mascara on the bottom lashes also smudges, making you look tired and older. 
  • If you find your eye liner pencil tend to smudge easily (pencils are moist and waxy, so tend to smudge) Use a dark eye shadow and a small firm brush to apply as your eyeliner. I use e.l.f’s Small Precision Brush to apply my eye shadow as eyeliner - instead of using an eye liner pencil.
  • By shaping your eyebrows you open and lift the eye area creating a mini ‘eye lift’ effect.
  • Use a loose powder rather than a compact powder, compact powders apply a heavier layer of make-up onto the skin and cake into fine lines and wrinkles.
  • The more foundation you wear on your skin, the older it will look. Make-up cakes into fine lines on the skin. Liquid foundations work best.
  • Opt to wear a loose powder over your foundation. Loose powder not only sets your foundation in place, it also reduces the shine on the skin. Shine attracts light to the lines on your face and this illuminates them. A matte face is a fresher younger looking face. Matte does not mean over powdered and dry looking – a little powder goes a long way.
  • If you don’t have a lot of eyelid visible when your eyes are open, use a highlighter (eye shadow) like cream or white to create the illusion of more lid space. The light shade will also make your eyes look fresher.
  • Concealer can be applied over your eye lid and through your crease area. It numbs any pink or dark skin over the eye surface. This trick is used my make-up artists to make clients eyes look younger and fresher. You can also apply concealer under your eyes to numb dark circles – just avoid the area to the outsides of the eyes, where your fine lines are. e.l.f. has an amazing creamy textured concealer that is soft enough to use over your eye area. The name of the concealer is: All Over Cover Stick. Here is the link: http://www.eyeslipsface.com/face/all_over_cover_stick
  • Use pinkie or peachy toned blusher on the apple of your cheek to lift life and color into your face.

 

Visit my make-up website to learn more tips and tricks used by make-up artists.  I also offer: On-line personalized skin tone and make-up guides. If you would like to order your on-line analysis today, I am offering all e.l.f. customers a 20% discount. Use this link to access the discount: http://www.realwomenmakeup.com/offer_discount.html

 

      Remember, practise makes perfect.

 

  

Top make-up artist Debbie Jean has been a professional make-up artist since 1994. Having had the opportunity to work with top fashion photographers, models and magazines, has given Debbie the experience and edge to pass on her knowledge, through teaching state-of-the-art make-up techniques on her unique make-up website - RealWomen MakeUp.com.


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