Step 1: Concealer
Apply concealer down the center of the
nose and underneath the eye. Tap, don't
rub, the concealer until it's well blended.
Don't apply it too thick, especially if
you have wrinkles.
Step 2: Foundation
Apply a small amount of foundation to
the tip of your index finger; dot on forehead,
nose, cheeks and chin, then blend in an
upward and outward motion. Don't leave a
line. The key is blending; don't overwork
Step 3: Translucent Powder
Using a powder brush, apply translucent
powder in a downward motion for a smooth
finish. Translucent Powder helps eye makeup
and blush go on smoother and blend better.
Make sure to shake or blow on the brush
to get rid of excess powder.
Step 4: Blush
Blush should go on the apples of your
cheeks to radiate when you smile. Smile
into the mirror to find the perfect spot
to apply a little color. A good blush brush
that is tapered for precise placement is
a must have. Remember, blush helps create
a warmer skin tone.
Step 5: Eye make-up
Apply a base color on the entire eyelid.
Use a lighter color just below the brow
bone. And, in the crease of your eye use
a darker color. It is most important to
blend these colors together to eliminate
any obvious lines. Use eyeliner and paint
a nice line all the way across the eyelid.
Finish with mascara, using a crisscross
motion will create an extra-long length.
Eyebrows make the look complete. Fill in
lighter spaces with eyebrow make-up. And
to keep them in place, use Model in a Bottle
Long Lasting Eyebrow Sealer. Product comes
with two brushes depending on the type of
eyebrow you have.
Step 6: Lipstick
Define the outline of your lips with
a professional lip brush or lip liner pencil
that closely matches the color of your lipstick.
Then apply your lipstick and blend the liner
with a lip brush. Start in the center and
Step 7: The Finish Spray
Model in a Bottle matte finishing spray
will hold the makeup that you just spent
time to create, in place all day and into