Setting Powder Under eyes: Laura Mercier Brightening Powder
Face powder: Cinema Secrets Ultralucent Power
Setting spray: Mac Fix+
Brow Pomade: Anastasia Brow Pencil
Eye primer: Concealer
Tarte In Bloom Palette
Revlon Telescopic Liner in black or brown
Morphe 9N Blush Palette
Physicians Butter Bronzer
Cream Contour Stick
Covergirl Liquid Lipstick in Fawn
Powder brush Morphe G7
Contour powder brush Morphe G37
Blush brush Elf
Undereye buffer brush – Morphe G38
Concealer brush – Real Techniques setting brush
Concealer brush for primer – Morphe G10
Fluffy crease brush – Smith 232
Small fluffy crease brush – Morphe 513
Dense brush – Morphe 322
Smudge brush – Sigma E21
Step 1: To start – Prep the skin!
Exfoliate (night before or morning of) will allow the makeup to have a flawless application
Eye Cream, Moisturize
Let everything settle in while starting the eye application
Step 2: Brows
With the brow pencil– brush hairs up, fill in the brows using short strokes until desired look
Step 3: Eyes
Start with eyes to not have to worry about fall out – we’ll clean the undereye up after the finished eye application
Prime the eyes using light shade of concealer and a concealer brush. Buff concealer across entire eye, focusing on a nice bright highlight at the brow bone. Set with a bone colored eye shadow.
Start with soft taupe shade as transition shade – with windshield wiper motions apply a small wash of color.
Crease – start to deepen the crease with medium taupe shade.
“Stamp” the darkest shade in the corner and then work it up and over with a blending fluffy brush. Increase the intensity as you wish.
Apply Xshimmer shade to lid and blend one final time in the crease to make sure everything is seamless.
Step 4: Clean up Fallout & PRIME!
Before applying liner and lashes, take a cotton pad and cleansing water or makeup wipe and clean up any fallout under your eyes
Apply primer all over your face
Step 5: Lids & Lashes
Finish eyes by lining the top lid with the darkest/black shadow and an angled brush
TIP: Instead of an eye liner, use dark/black eye shadow as your eyeliner to create a natural eyeliner look
Using your smudge brush – apply the darkest shadow used above to your waterline and buff the color across your under-eye
Finish with your favorite mascara
Step 6: Face
Face: start by brightening up the under eyes with NYX under eye corrector – use a concealer brush to apply and buff it into the undereyes with a the Morphe buffer brush
Foundation – apply to the face with a beauty blender.
TIP: take your time pouncing the beauty blender – this is how the skin will look flawless and last all day. Also make sure to blend into your hairline and down the neck to not have foundation lines.
Before setting the face – lets contour!
Cream contour stick – draw a line of contour right at the cheek bone – and along the forehead – use the Morphe brush or a beauty blender to blend the contour – making sure to buff upwards.
Apply concealer to the under eye area – one shade lighter than foundation – use the beauty blender to blend the concealer.
TIP: As soon as concealer is blended – while continuing to look up – set the under eye with a translucent setting powder – if you look down while setting – it will crease, Leave the powder on to set for a few minutes and then buff away.
Set the rest of the face with powder.
Use bronzer powder to bronze up the forehead – and apply some to the same cheek bone areas as the cream contour.
Apply blush to the apples of the cheeks.
Step 7: Lips
Finish by lining your lips and apply your favorite liquid lipstick.
Step 8: Set
SET THE FACE – LAST STEP – SPRITZ FIX PLUS/SETTING SPRAY TO KEEP THE MAKEUP IN PLACE ALL DAY. I also dab a brush into the skin to truly melt everything in.
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