Ben Nye Powder in Banana is the BEST product for dark under eye circles (for most people), uneven skin tones and for people like me who want to lightly contour your face with little to no effort and time. Kim Kardashian blogged about this and my dark circles are concealed just as good as hers! Use a flat powder brush, dab on your T zone under eyes, let sit for 5 minutes and brush outwards and blend.
The RIGHT way to contour- it should look like war paint before you blend it, not like you slathered white or dark brown makeup on every inch of your face- if you do that, you end up looking like a drag queen.
Start by applying a light foundation in the areas labeled “HL” to add highlights. Fill in the areas marked “BR” with a darker foundation (about 2 shades darker than your skin) to act as your bronzer. Finish off by applying blush in the area of the cheekbone marked “BL” and—voilà!—a perfect makeup look for any special occasion!
8 tutorials to teach you how to apply make-up like a pro
From foundation and contour, to blush and eyebrows, to eyeshadow and eyeliner, this collection of makeup tutorials is just what you need to teach yourself not only how to apply makeup, but how to apply makeup properly.