If you tend to have bluish dark circles you can help it by doing an eye massage.
- start in concave section right next to the nose and draw spiral/circles all the way out to the temples. There are lots of capillaries in those area so it helps with improving circulation.
To make it look like you have a light reflector with you all day, the makeup artist points out the following tips:
To get rid of dull skin:
- mix rice powder and yeast cream in 1:2 ratio.
- apply it on the area where there's most dead skin cells.
- massage in circular motions and wipe off with a moist towel.
Rice powder has exfoliating effect and whitening properties. To get rice powder you simply grind white rice into fine powder.
The makeup artist also points out that by lightening the apple zone your skin tone can look brighter overall. She says that if she doesn't have time to put a mask on her face in the morning she just puts it on her cheeks and then proceeds to do her eye makeup with the cheek mask on.
For brighter appearance:
Choose a lavender cream eyeshadow- instead of white because lavender makes skin appear brighter and cleaner. then lightly apply coral blush on top and brownish-reddish eyeliner. violet colored mascara-makes pastel colors more refreshing.
|final eye look with lavender base shadow topped with coral shadow and red brown eyeliner|
For the foundation:
- Apply a peach based shimmer foundation. Make sure the particles aren't too noticeable so you don't look like a disco ball
- Apply a matte highlighter on top of shimmering foundation- use a matte highlighter on top of shimmer foundation instead of matte foundation with shimmer highlighter makes skin look more dimensional and you get a thin transparent makeup look.
- Lastly spray yeast essence onto flat powder brush and pat onto face to make makeup adhere to skin and moisturize it.
sidenote: I think this episode was sponsored by some brand because throughout the entire episode
they kept on mention fermented products. For exfoliation they added to apply powder to fermented cream and for mask they said to use fermented essence mask. I have never heard of putting essence on a powder brush and patting it on my face to make makeup adhere. That's what makeup setting sprays are for. I would take some tips on using a fermented product with a grain of salt especially the last tip.
thanks for reading,