Wednesday, 30 April 2014

How To Add Make Up Radiance (or not look so tired)

Recently I was doing make up on a lady at a pamper day and she mentioned that since turning thirty she had felt her skin had lost some of its "radiance” she didn't feel her skin glowed like it used to but her attempts to use make up or BB creams had just resulted in her looking “glittery”
Creating healthy looking skin when your complexion is as grey as an old sock does take some practice. Too much blusher and highlighter and you can look like a china doll but using your normal matte foundations and powders will only make dull skin look even worse. So here is a little tutorial showing you how I pep my complexion up when I’m looking particularly knackered. I’ve done a step by step video and for those of you who can't view clips here are some photos too (excuse the photo quality I had to take them myself as Nicky Rockets was out)

Step One

Work Simples Illuminating Radiance cream into your entire face.

Step Two

Pat on some Benefit Boi-ing concealer under your eyes to disguise the worse of your eyebags/circles

Step Three

Use No 7’s Lift and Luminate foundation to even out your complexion further. I work this in with my Real Techniques foundation brush .

Step Four

If you can still see your under eye circles add some Avon Anew concealer just around the hollows.

Step Five

Dab Benefits high beam along your cheekbones, your brow bones, your nose and in the corners of your eyes, blend well.

Step Seven

Dab some Nars blush in shade Orgasm on the apple of your cheeks

Step Eight

Sweep the Bodyshops Brush on radiance on your temples and cheekbones

Ta-Dah-from walking dead to fresh as a daisy!

And as if that isn't enough fabulousness here is one of my latest outfit post videos

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