Sorry for the lack of posts. As mentioned in my previous entry I was out of town from Thursday Morning to late Sunday night. I went to New York and Connecticut for a bachelorette party, shopping, and a wedding. It was crazy but so much fun.
I wasn’t able to get out any videos before then like I planned. Instead I had two photo shoots that turned out fabulous. I’ll post pics soon.
While I unpack and get caught up on my emails and blogging, I’ll show you guys the makeover I did last weekend.
Here's my original post:
I did a makeup lesson this past weekend. My client is celebrating an upcoming 50th birthday bash in Jamaica and wanted to kick it up a notch with her makeup. She tends to use mineral makeup and a dark red lipstick and light gold eyeshadow. I wanted to still give her a mature look but try something a bit different.
I decided to use a warmer gold tone--amber lights e/s, and combined it with carbon e/s from MAC to give her a smokey look. I used her own revlon light cream/gold eyeshadow as a highlighter. Whenever I do makeup lessons on my clients, I try to use as many of their products as possible, showing them how to use them and incorporate other products and colors as well. Instead of a bright red/magenta lip, I lightened up her lips by using bateaux l/g from M.A.C's Naughty Nauticals line.
I noticed that her concealer was the wrong shade...it gave her an ashy look. The key with darker skin tones is to match the undertones of your skin.
So without further ado, before and after :) She was great before, and even better after.
-MAC paint in bare canvas (to lighten up her eyelids)
-amber lights e/s
-Revlon light cream/gold e/s
-Revlon colorstay liquid liner in blackest black
-Rimmel dark brown professional eyebrow pencil
-cinema secrets foundation
-bare minerals tinted finishing powder
-camera ready cosmetics blush
-rimmel fix n perfect foundation primer
-cork lip pencil