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So we are going to show you today hot to make the lipstick fuller contouring a little bit to your features and the best colored eye shadows for your color eyes. Actually we start of the lips first because I really want to just illustrate the lips about any make up on those of your face. So the key to doing a fuller lips is choose light shimmer colors usually I do lip color first sometimes with the gloss, I will do the lip pencil first bit and this case I will do the lip color first so you get a softer line with the pencil and you can see exactly how you need to contour. So this is the color could surely if and it is a very light neutral color. And it is a little bit shimmery and it is a little glossy. Shimmer and gloss anything that reflects light will make the lip look fuller.
And I fill the lip line staying in what I called the realm of reality. Like would stealing with the night towards fullness but staying on the lip line will not run the lip the lips up to your nostrils. And I am using a pencil that just a little bit deeper than the lip color.
Female: Wow! That looks great.
Speaker: Thank you.
Female: Definitely works.
I am using a lip brush. I am going to add a little high lighter to the center of the lips. And I want to use the cheeks of face gloss, it is a light very pale pink shimmery color. And I do this just a in the center of your lower lip. And this makes the little poutier or a little fuller and bring the lips together and there you go.
Speaker: Very full.
Okay now we have been out. Let us contour a little bit, we are going to start with a little concealer around the eyes and I am just blending in with my finger the same way you with any eye moisturizer. It is almost like a very pigment than eye moisturizer. And we are going to set this with a little bit of Trans lucid powder just so it is just put an any make up you put on top it will stay put as well. A little foundation, so now we have got flawless complexion, no dark circles and full lips. Okay and from here we are going to contour a little bit. I am going to do my alive blush, very neutral warm earth tone. This is also a great shadow color for your eye color which is for the blue green definitely on the light category. And warm earth tones contrasting with the blue green it really bring out your eye color. And you can see we have just added some definition to the cheeks. We are going to apply on the eyes with the blush brush and quick simple step. And this is considered by shadow you can just it is a great day look to just on its own. Or you can add more to it. A little bit on that, along on the hair line. And show you on your nose also to contour a little bit you can do a little bit on the side of the nose and you just makes the nose to a little bit straighter. And now I want to show you a high lighter to create lights. And we can use the innocent really beauty cream quad for light shimmers.
Female: Pretty colors
And you can mix and match. The gold colors are really pretty on the eyes, pinks kind of pitches tone I am going to use the pitchy tone on your cheeks to high light. And that is going to be the second part of contouring. We are creating a light nose reflecting the light. So, between this and the blush we used a little contour. And down on the eyes we can use the gold on the eyes. Make does look really big and pop. It is all about light and shadow. And then we can take a little bit more of the alive blush. And I am just blending out over the cream with the powder blush again so there will be no lines of demarcation. Now a little bit on the eyes also, olla.
Female: Wow, looks great.
Okay we are going to add a little mascara just for text.
Female: What color of the mascara do you usually use?
Because I only apply mascara to the upper lash line I usually use a black. An absolute black color. Every complaint I have ever heard about mascara was alleviated by not using mascara not applying it to the lower lash line. So here is Manistique contoured, very settle, very natural quick make up with perfected her complexion with a little concealer and a foundation. Added a very neutral blushed to the cheeks, the eyes, the sides of her nose a little along the hair line and the venues a high lighter, a cream shimmer on the cheeks. High up on the cheek bones, keep play up her bone structure. A little bit in the center of the nose and then on the eye lids and under the brow bone and with her fuller lips she is ready from anything.