Makeup Surgeon – Beauty Educator – Brows Makeup
Makeup and Beaty with your foundation, mascara, eye shadow, and blush:
Have you ever seen a look on someone, be it a celebrity or the other girl in your neighbourhood, and wondered how you could also do what she has done at home? Of course yes.
But sometimes we understand there are talented pro makeup artists who are specialists in executing and delivering a top-notch makeup art on your face. This is where you can find them.
But it will not hurt to offer small makeup tips:
“Add your favorite blush to the cheeks before you apply foundation for a glow that looks like it’s coming from beneath the skin. A bright, warm pink at the apple is perfect for any complexion.” —James Vincent, celebrity makeup artist and director of artistry for Ardency Inn
“Apply two shades of blush for the perfect flush of youth. Pink, or anything in the red family should be placed on the apple of the cheek; it will give the effect of blood coming to the surface. Peach, coral, or anything in the orange family should be applied to the highest point of the cheekbone; that gives the effect of heat rising. Finish by bringing a matte bronzer to the skin where sun hits the face (forehead, cheekbone, bridge of nose, and chin).” —James Vincent, celebrity makeup artist and director of artistry for Ardency Inn
“When you need your blush to stay put for hours on end, layer a gel formula under a powder or bronzer.” —Petra Strand, creator of Pixi by Petra
“Halloween is the perfect time to stock up on some unexpected essentials. Fake blood is the ideal blush shade. Add it to the apple of the cheek for any skin tone—it looks like a natural flush of color coming though the skin.” —James Vincent, celebrity makeup artist and director of artistry for Ardency Inn
“Cherry Jell-O makes the perfect bright blush shade. Mix a dash of powder into your favorite moisturizer or balm for a healthy glow.” —James Vincent, celebrity makeup artist and director of artistry for Ardency Inn