Study makeup

  • Before applying any color, you always should prepare the skin first. Making your skin look perfect is the first and most important thing you can do to achieve a truly great look. The key is to enhance your natural beauty – whether you use all products together one day, or just a little secret Camouflage and Setting Powder when you are on the go.

  • Step 1 – Prime the skin
    Foundation primer is a colorless gel that provides a barrier between the skin and foundation to ensure freshness and long lasting color. Primers are an incredibly popular pre-step to foundation application. Foundation primer creates a smooth surface for foundation or tinted moisturizer, filling in pores and fine lines so your foundation doesn't. You'll find your foundation will seem to melt onto your skin, rather than sit atop it when you apply a primer first. We are using Laura Mercier , Kryolon , MAC and Chanel primer which will perfectly suitable for any skin.

  • Step 2 - Apply Foundation
    Using a slightly damp sponge, work the foundation from outer portion of the face inwards towads the nose area. If you have short hair or wear your hair back, massage a little foundation into your ears to ensure a natural look. Cutez-r-us hair and beauty feels women should look as natural as possible, so the foundations to be used only where needed or in layers to provide buildable coverage.
    We are using Laura Mercier , Kryolon , MAC and Chanel foundations.
  • Step 3 - Conceal
    Purchase a concealer from a professional makeup line for best results. Professional concealers contain more pigment than drugstore brands, which provides better coverage. Look for brands that are designed for scar coverage. "The Manual of Dermatologic Therapeutics: With Essentials of Diagnosis," recommends the cosmetic brands Covermark and Dermablend for camouflaging scars. For a natural look, choose a concealer that closely matches your skin tone. For better scar coverage, pick a concealer that has a corrective hue undertone to cover scars. David E. Bank and Estelle Sobel recommend in their book "Beautiful Skin: Every Woman's Guide to Looking Her Best at Any Age,"

  • Step 4 - Powder
    Powder is the last step for scar coverage. The powder is not used to camouflage scars, but is rather used to set makeup so that it stays put and does not smear. The powder also gets rid the shiny appearance on skin caused by the concealer and foundation. Use a loose translucent powder for a natural look.
    Brush on the translucent powder, using a large powder brush. Apply enough powder to make your foundation look matte (not shiny). If your face becomes shiny throughout the day, blot the excess oil off your face using rice paper sheets.

 

 

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