Enlightenment Issue MADE Magazine - Page 28

MADELIFE right off the stick. I used a dual fiber brush to pick up the product from the stick and applied it in a dabbing motion all over the face. I used my beauty blender to blend out the foundation and really push it into the skin. To keep the dewy glow look going I used a cream blush instead of a powder. I applied to blush with a beauty blender to get a soft subtle color pay off. The cream blush is by MAC in the color Hi Jinks ($23). When using the beauty blender, apply the blush in a small amount in a stippling motion. Only apply to the apples of the cheek slowly making your way up the cheek bone until it fades into the contour of your cheekbones. To highlight the cheekbone I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit in the color Golden Bronze ($40). Use this only in the highest part of the cheekbone. Apply with a large fluffy tapered blending brush. I used the Pointed Contour M438 brush by Morphe ($9.99 at www.Morphebrushes.com). NOTE: If you are oily, it is not recommended to use a highlighter down the T-zone. This will make you seem even oilier. To mattify down the T-zone and set the mattify under the eye area, I used the Skin Perfecting Micro-Powder by Charlotte Tilbury ($45). This powder is perfect for all skin types. By far, this is the best finishing powder that smooths texture and looks amazing on camera and film. To apply powder, I again used the Morphe Pointed Contour Brush. For the eyes, I prepped them with the Urban Decay eyeshadow Primer Potion ($20). This can be applied all over using just your fingers. This is one of my favorite primers to work with to help shadows stay all day and the colors stand out. For the shadow I used the Lime Crime Venus palette ($34 www.Limcrime.com). Start by adding the color venus in the crease area to really warm it up. Remember when applying makeup, it is always good to start with a little and build it up. Use a tapered crease blending brush for application. The Morphe M441 Blending Crease brush ($5.99) is perfect for this. Once your crease is blended, take the color rebirth from the same palette and press it all over the eyelid area. I used the same brush I used in the crease to add color to the lid. Once the color pay off is to your liking, then with your fingers take the loose pigment from MAC in the color copper sparkle ($20) and press all over the lid. This gives an amazing metallic glow on the lid and looks amazing when the sun hits your eyes! To really make this look pop I placed the MAC Chromagraphic pencil in the color Marine Ultra in the inner and upper waterline ($20). Apply it heavier on the bottom lash line, then take the Morphe M508 brush ($3.99) and smudge it outwards toward the outer corner of your eye. made-magazine.com | 28 MADELIFE right off the stick. I used a dual fiber brush to pick up the product from the stick and applied it in a dabbing motion all over the face. I used my beauty blender to blend out the foundation and really push it into the skin. To keep the dewy glow look going I used a cream blush instead of a powder. I applied to blush with a beauty blender to get a soft subtle color pay off. The cream blush is by MAC in the color Hi Jinks ($23). When using the beauty blender, apply the blush in a small amount in a stippling motion. Only apply to the apples of the cheek slowly making your way up the cheek bone until it fades into the contour of your cheekbones. To highlight the cheekbone I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit in the color Golden Bronze ($40). Use this only in the highest part of the cheekbone. Apply with a large fluffy tapered blending brush. I used the Pointed Contour M438 brush by Morphe ($9.99 at www.Morphebrushes.com). NOTE: If you are oily, it is not recommended to use a highlighter down the T-zone. This will make you seem even oilier. To mattify down the T-zone and set the mattify under the eye area, I used the Skin Perfecting Micro-Powder by Charlotte Tilbury ($45). This powder is perfect for all skin types. By far, this is the best finishing powder that smooths texture and looks amazing on camera and film. To apply powder, I again used the Morphe Pointed C FW"''W6f"FRWW2&WVBFVvFFRW&&FV6WW6Fr&W"FC#F26&PƖVBfW"W6rW7BW"fvW'2F22Rbגff&FR&W'2Fv&vFFV6Fw27FFBFR6'27FBWBf"FR6FrW6VBFRƖR7&RfVW2WGFRC3BwwrƖ7&R6Ғ7F'B'FFpFR6"fVW2FR7&V6R&VF&Vǒv&BW&VV&W"vVǖrWWB0v2vBF7F'BvFƗGFRB'VBBWW6RFW&VB7&V6R&VFr''W6f Ɩ6FFR'RCC&VFr7&V6R''W6CR㓒2W&fV7Bf"F26RW"7&V6R2&VFVBFRFR6"&V&'Fg&FR6RWGFRB&W72BfW FRWVƖB&VW6VBFR6R''W6W6VBFR7&V6RFFB6"FFPƖB6RFR6"fb2FW ƖrFVvFW"fvW'2FRFP6RvVBg&2FR6 6W"7&RC#B&W72fW FRƖBF2vfW2rWFƖ0vrFRƖBB2pvVFR7VG2W"WW2F&VǒRF26VBFR26&w&0V6FR6"&RVG&FRW"BWW"vFW&ƖPC#ǒBVfW"FP&GF6ƖRFVFRFP'RS''W6C2㓒@6VFvRBWGv&G2Fv&BFPWFW"6&W"bW"WRFRvR6#