Wowwww! Ok, so this is only two different polishes. Sparkly Teal and Glittery Purple. This is done by layering. Paint the entire nail teal. Then, layer on the purple starting approximately 1/3 of the way up the nail from the cuticle. Split the top 2/3 of the nail into four sections and those become the starting points for each layer of polish (see below). As you paint each layer of purple it creates a deeper, richer purple.
green to purple gradient
Oily Face Tips - How to Get Rid of Shine on Oily Faces - Seventeen
How could I not share with our TBD family my favorite trick for keeping clients’ lip colors on all night, long past the red carpet? Some steps may seem a little odd, but they’ve worked for me for years, so I confidently know that they’ll work for you too. Here’s all you have to do....
If you don't know, now you know!! Today is the second session of our brush class and we’re focusing on the best tools for blushing and bronzing. Cheekbones (powder blush): Look for natural hair bristles and an angled tip to perfectly sculpt and shape cheekbones. To find where yours are, look in the mirror and suck in your cheeks, then work the brush directly on them using shor...
7 Blush Application Tips for Your Face Shape … Oh you oval-faced girls out there, you have one of the best faces because it is all even proportionally. For this blush application tip, you actually want to use your fingertips and locate the most prominent part of your cheek. Once that is done, blend upwards, toward your temples to really highlight your cheeks.
7 Blush Application Tips for Your Face Shape ...
how to contour: 1. Apply foundation all over face and neck. 2. Suck in your cheeks. Sweep bronzer with a flat-headed bronzer brush just slightly under cheekbones from the hollows to ear. 3. Sweep in circular motions directly on temples. 4. Contour along the hairline. 5. Contour directly underneath your jawline. 6. Blend edges with a sponge.
Technically, contouring is about shadows and light; if you’ve ever taken an art class you’ll remember that you use darker shading to push an area inward and lighter shading to pull an area outward. This is great for creating the appearance that you have a stronger jawline, more defined cheek bones, and a slimmer face.
Where to highlight and add contour to the face.
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