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In this beauty video learn how to update your makeup for Fall.
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Hi, I’m Aisha Alves with Picture Perfect Makeup, and I’m going to show you, how to update your makeup for the fall season.
First, we will talk about preparing your skin for fall. Next, I‘m going to show you a modern twist on the smoky eye. And finally, I am going to show you the season's hot new look for deep matte lips.
For this make up application, here are the tools and materials that you are going to need. An exfoliating cleanser, a rich moisturizer, air brush or spray foundation, blush, a shimmering shadow base, eye shadows, eye liner, lash primer and mascara, matte lipstick, lip liner, a set of makeup brushes and applicators like cotton swabs, tissues and sponges.
When doing this makeup application, as with any makeup application, make sure that your brushes are clean, take a good look at your products and make sure they are clean and sanitized, and also that they are in good condition.
Before we get started, I'd like to tell you a little bit about myself. I have been a professional makeup artist for over 10 years. I am the President and Co-founder of Picture Perfect Makeup which specializes in weddings, special events and photography make up. So let's go ahead and get started, getting ready for fall.