I'm back with another video tutorial. This one is particularly exciting, because I make over different models of various ages and skin tones. I think it's pretty helpful to do tutorials on people other than myself to show you how to apply makeup on others as well as giving you more faces to identify with.
In this video I feature a lot of Eve Pearl products. Some of her items are must-haves in my kit and their line has recently extended to include some great shades for women of color. I chose to feature this brand because it's easy for women to pick their shade. The HD Dual Foundations and even their Salmon Concealers offer two colors per compact in order to mix and match.
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In the video I have three models ranging from darker tan, to dark, to deep. I ended up using HD Duo Foundation in Tan, Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Med, Dark and Deep, and Foundation Trio B to do all the ladies.
You'll notice I pretty much do the same technique for all of them:
1) Clean face with wipe
3) Apply anti-shine if they're oily
4) Apply cream foundation. Apply a darker layer on the perimeter of the face and the lighter foundation on the outside. That's why it's great to have the Eve Pearl HD Dual foundations...they give you two shades.
5) Thin out foundation with damp sponge
6) Set with loose powder
7) Contour if you want
8) Apply Blush (In the video I used my Camera Ready Cosmetics blush palette because it had a lot of shades)
I didn't get a chance to take before shots but you can see the transformation process in the video. Here are some after shots of my models. As you can see, it just looks like they have really great skin; this should be your goal when correctly applying foundation.
Hope you guys enjoyed! I'll try to keep doing videos like this featuring more models. Ciao Bellas!
You can find these products at www.EvePearl.com
FTC Disclosure: Products sponsored for review. I've reviewed these products and liked them so much that I also bought some of the products featured in this video. I am not affiliated with the company and not paid to make this video. These are my honest thoughts and opinions.