My Makeup School (Engler Kosmetik Schule Frankfurt) 2005
Other topic:....me with Mediacorp Artist; Beatrice Chia
Friday, 21 October 2011
Step 1: Concealer
A total miracle worker when it comes to hiding dark circles and blemishes, concealer helps make your face a blank canvas so you can create a masterpiece!
How-to: Dab a small amount of product onto your ring finger. Apply gently under the eyes, around the base of the nose, and anywhere you have a blemish or discolouration.
Step 2: Powder
Set your concealer in place and cover up any shine with a pressed or loose powder. It’s worth having a compact on hand for touch-ups to help keep your look intact (especially for impromptu after-work drinks).
How-to: Using a powder brush, dip it into the powder then tap on the side of the compact to shake off any excess. Apply all over the face for maximum coverage.
Step 3: Blush
Add a little colour to your cheeks for a fresh-faced glow (after all, a five-minute makeup routine doesn’t mean that you have to leave the house looking drab). Pink or peach tones are popular choices, but if blush makes you nervous, try bronzer instead.
How-to: Dip a blush brush into the blush and then tap on the side of the compact to shake off any excess. Smile, and then sweep it across the roundest part of your cheeks, extending it up toward the hairline.