✨Step by step contour technique✨ Here you can see the contour map (over foundation), and next to it is the blended contour after using the MAC Mini Stippling/ Duo Fibre brush to push/melt the product into the skin and then set with full coverage powders.
One way to prevent redness from peeking out, whether it is rosacea, blemishes, or breakouts, is using a green primer. We use a green one because green and red are opposites on the color wheel so they counteract each other. You want to neutralize the redness and using green will help.
Makeup tip! Always apply foundation first, then concealer. It makes your skin look 100% more flawless! Follow this simple how-to with our new Better Skin combo and you’ll be applying foundation and concealer like a pro in no time.
Foundation—it's the all-important canvas for the rest of our makeup, but when it comes to technique, it always seems to be shrouded in mystery. For expert tips, we looked to Laramie, Owner and Founder of Book Your Look.
#ShareIG Hi Dolls! Here is a long overdue pictorial of the contour/highlight I did on this bella a little while back. I used @cinemasecretspro foundation palette as a base and @anastasiabeverlyhills contour kit for setting and defining. I wanted to post this to show you that you dont have to go super light or super dark to highlight contour. As you can see on this model i chose a shade that wasnt dramatically lighter than her natural color like in some of my other pictorials. She has ...