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In this video makeup artist Lisa Sim shows WatchMojo ways to apply your makeup when you left your brushes at home.
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Makeup Application For the on the Go Gal
Lisa Sim: Hi I'm Lisa Sim from SIM Minerals and you watching watchmojo.com. And today we have the lovely Joannie from Specs Models, how are you?
Joannie: I'm good, yourself?
Lisa Sim: Excellent and so we’re going to talk about what to do if you forgotten all your makeup precious on the deserted island. What do you do? What do you do Joannie?
Joannie: I have no idea Lisa.
Lisa Sim: Okay what you need few things tips, finger tips, cue tips I'm just me as a tip.
Lisa Sim: Just a little bit, so we’re going to start with the base shade of ring finger enter your base shape, we’re going to use that all over the lip. We’ll start at the lash line and we go all the way up into the arch. We can take a little bit extended outwards. It’s going to catch a little bit more highlight on the top of the cheek bone.
Then were going to switch over to the pinky finger your really lucky, I had like super long dagger nails and I cut them down so I'm not going to gauge your eye balls out. So were going to take a second color and were going to start in the outer corner along the lash line and blend it throughout the crease.
This on has a little high light to it, there’s a little bit of shimmer, so if I can just touch it along the tops of the cheek bone, we can take a little bit, brush along the fridge of nose onto the chins. So the next step is that we’re going to go into cue tips now. We’ve done the finger tips were going to go to cue tips we’re going to take a little bit of brown shadow you can do a black as well. But you know we’re going to do is like sometimes if your really in a pinch take out your tongue.
Wet the cue tip on the tip of your tongue rolled it into your powder and then boom instant eye line. And that’s going to keep it from moving around. And is can do is basically blended out you can go towards the crease now, so its going to be really give these like smoky appearance to the eye. Don’t wet the cue tip just take it dry.
Start in the outer corner and run along just to the middle of the eye that way its still looks really open and natural. All right so we’re talking about the face we’re going to do a little bit of blush and when you really want that natural looking blush and you don’t have any brushes we’re going to use our finger tips and we’re going to make mix it with a little bit of moisturizer and we’re going to make like kind of cream blush now.
So just hold on to this for me we’re going to take your moisturizer. We’re going to pop a little bit on the back of my hand. I'm going to pick up the blush just on my fingertips and then I'm going to mix it with the moisturizer. And it really looks like color that’s from inside the skin your just glowing your blushing at this point not just like rouge. You don’t look like a harlot.
And then when it comes to gloss same thing we’re not going to do any pencil you don’t worry about that. We’re just going to take a little bit of gloss, just a little bit on the finger tips just pucker your lips and let’s pat it on. So not overly defined and overly applied, you can always blood it on the tissue afterwards take of the excess and to make sure that’s not on teeth do this. Yes and that way are like ring around your finger versus -- on you teeth.
And that basically how you going to be able to do your make up by just using the tip when you’re out your brushes and you’re on the go you can be MacGyver just with those two things your finger tips and a cur tip. Thanks a lot Joannie from Specs Models I'm Lisa Sim from SIM Mineral that your watching watchmojo.com