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Welcome to NaturesKnockout.com where you can be a knockout naturally. We’re getting Jenny ready for a high school dance. Her hair doesn’t hold a lot of curl and it’s a snowy day, so we’re going to set her hair first and let it lock in place while we do her makeup. So, we’ll use Trivani Hydrating Mist on every section.
We want to go for a duty fresh look and so, we’re going to start with a cream foundation and just go really lightly. She’s got beautiful skin and we don’t want to hide it. We’re adding just a little bit of concealer to brighten her eyes. Don’t forget the neck and the tuck, we enter in with a gold and then we’ll add a golden highlight on the inside clearance of both eyes, to set everything with powder.
Now, we add the soft bronze glow, a little splash of blush. Now, we’ll take a pencil liner in black and line the tops of her eyes. We’re going to draw her eyes in a little bit and then also make it glow by the colors that we’ll use. We use a base all over it and then highlight color in the center and then we’ll accent with an all color to really pop her eye.
We curled the lashes to open the eyes up. We’ll add mascara both to her upper and lower lash. Jenny doesn’t have a lot of color in her brow, so we’re going to actually puck out what she’s got on the other edge and completely reshape it and watch out.
We want to give her a little bit of fuller lips, so we do that by actually over exaggerating her lip line. Now, we spice it up with a little bit of gloss.
She wasn’t sure what she want to do with her hair exactly. She’s thinking maybe an up do but I think she’s got a cute little chin. She’s got a really nice, little inverted triangle shape and so, I wanted to accentuate it with a really cute side style. So, we’re just twisting and rolling and weaving it up and then we’ll play with it a little bit more. We’ll tie off that section and secure it in place and then we’ll bring the front into that area. So, we really got part back to the back and to tuck it in and then we can pin as many pins as we need to, to get that to hold. We could add ribbon if we wanted to. It just depends in what we want to do.
We’ve put the color into place and then we’re going to spray it and add some life and then we’ll come over to the front and we want to balance it by framing her face on the opposite side. She’s ready to dance.