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Change the way your face looks with the use of make up, not surgery.
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When a woman hits a certain age, it’s only natural to consider some type of cosmetic surgery. My name is Eve Pearl and I want to show with you what I've learned for the past 15 years as a make up artist.
Applying makeup is quick, easy and fun. Learning how to use it to temporarily accentuate or completely transform your face is quite simple just follow these simple guidelines and I promise you’ll be mazed of the results.
I'm going to use my thin concealer brush to contour Shelly’s nose. So when contouring the nose, you want to start by the eyebrows and work it down. Now, obviously we’re not ever going to leave lines that look like railroad tracks. We want to make sure that this size of this line is never any bigger in your pinky size, otherwise it’s going to look like dirt on your nose and to get rid of those railroad track looking lines, we just take our sponge, and blend the bottom part of the line down. Here’s another incredible thing that you have to pay attention to.
Most of us have not heard about the stamen color for our under eyes. Okay, we’ve been thought that we use yellow, yellow to cover our bluish under eye circles that think about it for a minute. If you mix yellow with blue, what do you get? Green, that’s what we get those raccoony under eyes.
Gently apply it under the eyes. I want you to see how this blends in to her under eye and it actually ends up evening the tone of her entire face. Do you see the difference between the two sides? For someone who is light as Lauren you would have never thought to go to a color like this of the stamen, but that’s the color that works for all skin types.