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—a little bit, actually, we might want to blur this a bit and then clean up the over spray. So I am going to filter blur, Gaussian Blur, just to blend a little bit, and click OK, and now come back in and clean up any of that over spray. And then we are going to lower the opacity of the layer to see how that looks. And maybe I will go in here and play with these settings to dial in the color a little bit more, a little bit more Cheyenne here and you can put your eye color and eye shadow in two separate layers if they are not going to be the same color. And that can go in here.
If I want to take off just some of this eye shadow and I very rarely do this but I am going to do it in this instance because I want to keep the color of the eyes but I want to back up on the eye shadow a bit. I will change the opacity up here for my brush control. Normally, I am leaving that at 100%, and the reason that I rarely do this, is because it is a sticky setting. And you might forget that you do not have it at 100% again. So if you do use the brush controls, the brush options up here to lower opacity, remember to go back up and bump that back up to 100 after you used it.
So I am wanting to conceal a little bit more of this, a little bit at the time. So I am going to take it off using this method. There we go. Okay come back in here and bump that back up to 100. So this is eye color and shadow, let me spell eye, there we go.
And now, we are going to put on some blush. So again, at the same process you have to think in your head what color is blush. Well, we are going to dial in and got a little bit of red in it. So we will bump up the red a bit, maybe a little bit of magenta which we control from the green channel. And remember, green the name of the channel whatever the name of the channel is, that particular flavor is always going to be to the upper left
The complimentary color, you dial in by moving a point to the lower right which is magenta. So I am going to dial that and click okay. Again same process, invert, and Control I on a PC, Command I on a Mac, and a big fluffy airbrush. And then, we are going to hit the X key to get white, let me make this a little bit bigger, hold the Spacebar to pan over here. And so we are just going to put some apple treats on here like this. And then come back in and get the over spray when we are done and I am going to zoom out on this a bit. We are going to put a little bit of blush up here on the forehead, just like you put and there is already her skin and the chin has already got a little bit of blush. We will come down here, and add a little bit of blushing. And then I am going to blur it, just to get a nicer blend.
And then I am going to switch to black and again, I am going to use this control up here. I am going to lower the opacity and come in here with black just to make this blend a little bit better, and still keep that blush and maybe take them up here, come up here. Let us take a look at the mask and see how that is. Hit X, there. Option click on the mask to get the picture back. And then lower the opacity a little bit, visibility on and off to see that a little bit of colors. And now we are going to name this, blush.
Work on our way up, we have done quite a lot right here. and now I am working with the adjustment layer which helps keep the file size down because we are just talking about an eight bit mask to suppose to 24 bit layer when we are working with these adjustment layers. So this is very efficient.
And then, we are going to work on—let us do lipstick color. So, we will go here and dial in curves and let us make it a little bit pinker so we will go down to the green channel and add the magenta in here. And we will go down to the blue channel and add a little bit of blue to it too which will make it a little bit pinker, click okay and same process, Control I on a PC, Command I on a Mac to invert, then we will zoom in here on the lips.
And when you are doing an area unlike eye shadow which can have a soft edge, the lips had a much defined edge. And often times let me show you what I me