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By: Kristen Thérèse Leonard
Posted: July 30, 2012, from the August 2012 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
After camera-ready makeover
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Step 3: Next, apply a pore-perfecting primer with a foundation brush, helping reduce the appearance of pores and fine lines while creating a barrier that will help control shine.
Step 4: Apply a pre-eye shadow cream with a small cream brush on the eyelids to help prevent shadow from creasing and moving under the heat of the lights.
Step 5: Take notice of the client’s skin tone and lighting before choosing shades of concealer and foundation. Use correcting/concealing makeup to adjust uneven skin tones. Use green over any redness, purple over yellow tones and peach over blueish tones.
Step 6: Apply mineral photo-ready concealer with a small cream brush underneath the eyes to camouflage dark circles and diffuse light, taking focus away from skin imperfections.
Step 7: Apply an oil-free matte foundation in a shade matching the client’s skin tone with a clean foundation brush. Use downward strokes to ensure that tiny hairs on the face will not be lifted.