How to apply
Apply your foundation primer after your moisturiser, apply in little dabs, on the area’s such as, forehead, nose, cheeks and chin. Spread over the whole face, blending towards the outside of your face to avoid any marks at the edges of your face, apply 1 minute after your moisturiser and then let it sink in for 60 seconds before applying your foundation to avoid a patchy finish.
Apply concealer to the back of your hand to warm up the product to ensure a more even and flawless application. Then use a synthetic concealer brush and appl concealer to the areas needed such as dark circles, scars, pimples, and over redness. Once applied pat the concealer into the skin using your ring finger for a natural looking finish. and Set any form of concealer (excluding powder) with a yellow toned (white toned if skin is extremley pale) loose powder. Do this with an eye blending brush and make sure that no powder is visible.
Take some bronzer onto your brush (bronzer brush or powder brush) and tap off the excess on your wrist. Now brush the bronzer onto the areas of your face where the sun natural hits. Over your temples, around your hairline and under your jawline working up towards your cheekbones, now blend in and if preffered repeate one or two more times. Don’t apply to much or you will look like you’ve gone over the top with fake tan. If you have dark skin, just stick to a highlighter.
First apply bronzing powder lightly across your cheeks with a brush. Then apply blush just to the apples of your cheeks. Now smile to make your round cheek area more visible, then apply blush with a angled brush, a small powder brush or a specific blush brush right to the center of the chubby part of your cheek. Blend in circles, keeping the more intense part of colour on the apples of your cheek.
Apply to the highest points of your face. Middle of your forehead, the bridge/centre of your nose, the brow bone, the top of your cheeks (cheekbones), lips and chin. Use highlighter very sparingly. Be sure not to apply it all over your face otherwise you’ll end up looking metallic you belong on a musical set! If you have a lot of shine on your forehead avoid using highlighter in this area.
TIP: To make eye’s appear fuller use the highlighter as an eyeshadow by applying to the upper end of the eyelid.
Apply over the whole eyelid in long smooth strokes. Sweep the eye shadow upwards at the outer corner for a wide eye look. If you want to have a effect of depth intensify the color in the outer corner of the eye.
Apply eyeliner after applying your eyeshadow for the most intensity. Don’t pull the corners of the eye, instead lift your chin in front of the mirror to ensure a smooth eyelid. Draw short stokes rather than one long line starting from the inner corner of the eye for a neater look.
To apply to the bottom of your eyes, pull down the skin lightly and apply to the watery part of your eyes.
I recommend using a KOHL eye pencil in the inner rim/waterline of your eye (the line where your tear ducts are but be careful not to put eyeliner on your tear ducts.)