Making Faces 2.0
|Posted on August 5, 2016 at 7:16 PM|
While a day look should be clean and subtle, your look for stepping out on the town can be bold and sultry.
You start by doing the same steps as you would for a day look until you get to the part where you will contour your cheeks. At this point use a light tan colour and place your brush along the cheek and top of your ear. If you lightly shade that area, it will give you the appearance of cheekbones.
Apply a blush to your cheeks with a more natural colour. Follow that by shading in the hollows of your eyes with a darker colour then you would for your day look. Now is the time you can wing the end upwards to give your eye a more dramatic look.
You essentially follow the same steps and techniques as with the day look, but with darker colours. As always, blend, blend, blend. You do not want to see a line down the center of your eyelid. Blend outward as not to make the inner corner muddy. Once blended you can add a shimmer colour to the inner corner and right under the brow bone. If you are looking for a little extra kick, you can add some sparkles to the same area.
You can add eyeliner to this look. A liquid liner looks sleek and elegant, but it is the hardest to apply. Bring it passed the outer corner of eye to give a playful cat eye look. Add some individual lashes or a full strip, whatever you like best. Finish with your favourite mascara to both the top and bottom lashes.
To fully complete this look use a deep, dark colour for your lip or a hot red lip. Either way, make it super glossy.
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