I love to watch different makeup artists on Facebook Live show off their techniques. There's always something new you can learn. Recently I was watching Miami artist Marsha Santi do a makeover on her client. She had done my makeup before and I was inspired to try and recreate one of her looks. The technique is totally different and really pushed me out of my box. Take a look!
On my eyes, I really went for a super blended mix of neutral colors. Instead of applying a deeper shade in my outer v, I simple did a larger blend and mixed all the colors together.
I also skipped eyeliner! Instead I just applied falsies as close to the lashline as possible. It definitely gives a rounder shape to my eye.
When working on the skin, I applied my setting spray right after I applied my foundation and powders but before shimmers and blush. This helped me to make sure to blend in the skin together before I added color on top. That way, if your highlighting powders may be too light, you can correct it first. I like this technique. You can also set it with a spray once last time at the end for staying power.
I ended the look with a soft pink lip. The look is really soft and pretty and can translate to any skintone and face shape. I hope you enjoyed these tips, I definitely learned something new!