Before you start: Skin prep
Before you start to think about applying makeup, it’s important to take good care of your skin
cleaning and moisturizing. These are vital steps that yield the best final results.
Before applying makeup, cleans the face and neck using a cleansing water and cotton pads.
Next, face and neck. Apply by dabbing a bit on a few key sections—the forehead, chin, cheeks—now rub the moisturizer in, rubbing upwards and moving from the center out. spends a few minutes making sure YOU really blended the moisturizer into skin. One of many tips is to moisturize the entire neck, including the back; this keeps the front nice and taut! Don’t forget to always moisturize your lips using the lip balm of your choice.
Step 2: Concealer
Emma puts some more concealer on her hand and uses a brush to apply layers under the eyes, on the chin, in the t-zone, and around the nose—in the winter, these are the places where people need the most coverage. As always, go slow, and don’t use it all up at once.
used Jemma Kidd Wrinkle Rescue Serum and Brightener
Step 4: Eyeshadow
Emma likes to use a creamy eyeshadow like the ones from Ellis Faas. She uses a brush to slowly apply the eyeshadow blending it into the socket line (but not all the way up to the eyebrows!). Don’t dab a lot on all at once. Build the color slowly and in layers. With a small brush, also add a tiny line of shadow under the eye.
Step 5: Mascara
puts a smudge of mascara straight onto her hands and uses a tiny, flat-ended brush to apply. She starts at the root and moves to the tip of each eyelash, making sure to define every single lash. Dark brown is great for rich, daytime color.
now uses the Mascara brush to coat every single lash. Remember, work in layers and don’t overload your brush. The idea is to build up slowly!
Step 7: Cheeks
Emma likes to use a cream blush for a daytime look. She uses her hands to dab it on the apple of Kate’s cheeks and then blends up and out.
For the cream based daytime powder that IS recommends, is a good option. On Kate, Emma used aplum shade like “Marionette 01.”
Step 9: Final Touches
Using a thick brush, dust the T-Zone with a loose setting powder. This sets the makeup and reduces shine.
Transition into Night time
Step 1: Eyeliner
Emma now draws a line with an eye pencil just above the line she’s made already with the liquid liner. Here you want to work across the eye, not just from the middle. Using a brush, blend and extend out.
is a good option for night time makeup.
Step 2: Eyelashes
Use one coat of black mascara to make the eyes pop. As before, build slowly and in layers, from the roots to the ends. For a dewy eye look, put a bit more on the middle lashes (this rounds the eye).
Step 3: Lips
Use a lipliner that is one shade darker than the lipstick of your choice. Be sure that your pencil is nice and sharp. Start with the cupid’s bow of the lips, then the bottom lip and slowly extend out to the sides.
When you use lip liner, rather than using your fingers, it’s good to use a small, flat brush to apply lipstick for precision’s sake.
This one’s been passed on for generations: Use a tissue to blot. Finish up with a dab of lip gloss. Emma uses her fingers for this, too.
Step 5: And to really liven up the look …
Emma dabs shimmery eye shadow on the center of Kate’s eyelid. Emma says there’s nothing worse than a dry-looking eye! This shimmer makes Kate look glistening.
Kate is looking beautiful and ready for her night out.
Brushes are most definitely a worthwhile investment. To make them last, Emma washes her brushes after each use with a 2-in-1 shampoo & conditioner and leaves them to dry on a towel each night.
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