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Ashley: Hi, look and Watch Mojo; today we’re here with make-up artist Ally and she’s going to show us how to do the 5-minute face. Ally: So I’m going to introduce the 5-minute face, it’s for all you bus women who don’t have time in the morning. What we’re going to start with first is liquid foundation, also I like to mix my foundation with a moisturizer, so just going to dab it on, and with the sponge we’re going to blend it right onto the skin. Next we’re going to conceal, just the little red spots that the foundation didn’t hide. A concealer with green will cover redness; I let the sponge blend it into your foundation. Now a lot of people try to cover those bags under the eyes, a lot of foundation, a lot of concealer; what I like to do is just use a translucent powder, put that under the eyes, instead of trying to hide it, add a lighter color. With they eyes you can either go for a matte or a champagne color highlight, and you want to put that right under the brow bone and right near the tear ducts in the corner of the eyes. For fun I’m going to use the champagne color; under the brow and the corner of the tear ducts and right above the cheekbone. So when you turn on the light, you’ve got this, your dashing glow to your skin. When choosing the blush, picture yourself working out, after workout you’ve got those rosy cheeks, so smile, and right in the apples of the cheek, I want to just blend that in; a nice peachy rosy color. So for the lips, I love this, by Maq, lip conditioner, Maq also has a line of tinted lip moisturizers if you just want to add a little bit of color to your lips. You can add a little bit of mascara too and you’re ready to go and you look beautiful, perfect.