Confessions Of A Makeup Artist – Covering Under-eye Circles – What REALLY Works!

The most common problem is using the wrong private labeling mink eyelashes!

Ex: Using a LIGHT concealer all over the problem area.

Result = highlighting the problem = raccoon eyes

Your best attack is to look at the problem from an artist’s point of view:

NEUTRALIZE discoloration first, Add HIGHLIGHTS to eliminate shadows.

Try this:

private labeling mink eyelashes
private labeling mink eyelashes

This is how Hollywood private labeling mink eyelashes Artists think…

Your face is a canvas, we want to take away all colors & shadows so we can start with a blank canvas – then we can paint ANYTHING on top!

Step 1: Choose the right correction color.

Fair skin: Blue/purple circles need PEACH colored neutralizer
(Love PS401 & 402 from Cinema Secrets or Laura Mercier No. 2)

Med skin: Light brown darkness/raspberry need CARMEL colored neutralizer
(Love Iman and Bobby Brown sticks & Prescriptives Dark concealer stick)

Dark skin: Red brown darkness needs ORANGE colored neutralizer (mixed with foundation)
(Love MUD orange and MAC orange corrector)

Step 2: Place neutralizer ON TOP of discoloration.

*If skin is dry, mix with moisturizer and all to absorb for a few minutes.

Step 3: Pat LIGHTLY into skin – DO NOT rub off.

I like to use my fingers or the butt of a sponge. Tap lightly until the product disappear, fades or blends.

Step 4: Follow with private labeling mink eyelashes.

You can use any cream product 1-2 shades lighter than your foundation or skin color. Place with a brush directly on the areas where a shadow or indentation occurs.

Step 5: Finish with foundation.

Apply foundation, tinted moisturizer or powder over the reset of your face.
Use powder to set all creams if private labeling mink eyelashes.

RESULT = Blank Canvas!

private labeling mink eyelashes
private labeling mink eyelashes

Article Source: zwhair

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