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This video will show how to apply mineral makeup, specifically eye shadow.
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Hi! My name is Frankie Posgai with Kissmet Cosmetics. And I am here to show you how to achieve a flawless finished look using all mineral makeup. In this clip, I am going to replicate what we did on this eye, on her other eye to show you. We are going to take the light color and press it right underneath her brow bone and whenever you are doubtful of how your makeup look. Let’s see you’re like, “Oh my God, that looks too white, don’t worry about it because mineral makeup is very, very forgiven, it allows you to make mistakes and you can fix it. So, if that looks too white for you for example, what you are going to do is just take your finger and blend it down. You don’t have to start over, just go ahead and blend it down and it’d look natural. Whenever you are on doubt about any step that were done in this video, or any step you’re doing at home don’t worry, just use your ring finger, blend it down. If it’s not looking right, take your powder, top a little bit over it and it will be fine. Now, we are going to do the dark color and for most of you, maybe these would be like a beige or toupe, but we like a defined look today because it looks better on our model ‘Sabel’. And we are going to take the dark color, press it onto her eyelid just like this. And again, I mean if I leave that the way it is, it is going to look like somebody puncture, that’s not what we’re going for. So, I am going to use my finger and I am just going to blend it. Mineral makeup is very forgiven and a little goes a long way so you can pretty much get away with a lot. I feel like she needs a little bit more so, I am going ahead and go like that. And if you blend it with your finger and you’re still like, man, still looking too dark. Just take the brush that you use with the light color to go over the middle of that shadow. Blend one more time and does she do it. In the next clip, I am going to be showing you how to apply your eyeliner and mascara which would complete that look today.