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New Year’s Makeover
By: Noreen Young
Posted: December 30, 2011, from the January 2012 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
Model: Nancy Murray, Ormond Beach, FL; Photographer: Chris Dent, Studio City, Jacksonville, FL
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Step 4: Apply a salmon-colored concealer to the eyelid to tone down a tired appearance, under the eye area and on any red splotches. Use a stiffer camouflage brush to apply creamy products and then blend with a sponge on a stick.
Step 5: Using a sponge on a stick slightly dampened with water, apply a peaches-and-cream foundation in a natural beige in downward strokes.
Step 6: Apply a soft dusting of Asian rice powder with a fluffy kabuki brush to set the client’s makeup and to conceal redness from hot flashes. It is also great for skin with acne, and oily or combination skin.
Step 7: Next, use a fan brush to apply a soft kiss of coral-brown blush on the apples of the cheeks.
Step 8: Apply an invisible lip liner to give shape and lock lip color from feathering outside the lip line.