A makeup using fresh spring colors, bright green and coral, an invigorating combination all year round. This is a tutorial I made a while ago.
Eyeliner in springtime green
The beetle green eyeliner in this look is actually an eyeshadow, which I worked with a slightly dampened brush. Almost all good quality eyeshadows can be transformed in this way.
The technique of customising eyeliner from an eyeshadow opens up many possibilities. Why not try an eyeliner in velvety purple or midnight blue? The result will be softer than a classic fluid eyeliner.
Fresh and glowy skin
For this look I skipped foundation, so as not to hide the pretty freckles of my model. Instead, I just took a concealer that I use as a corrector to hide blemishes and redness.
You can very well just retouch your skin wherever you deem it necessary, without going through the full foundation routine. Cover up redness or spots with concealer or foundationwork on your complexion very well from time to time, just by targeting imperfections and redness. As long as you use products that match your skin tone perfectly. I wrote a post about how to find your perfect foundation colour. You can find it here.
THE PRODUCTS I USED IN THIS VIDEO:
The corrector I used in this video has been discontinued and can be replaced by: Nars Creamy Radiant Concealer / Brush: MAC, Pinceau rond, pointu 219 / The compact powder I use in this video has been discontinued and can be replaced by: Nars Poudre Soft Velvet / Powder brush: MAC / Eyeshadow: Shu Uemura, col. medium green 575 / Eyeshadow brush: Shu Uemura, Pinceau biseauté 60B / Mascara: L’Oréal, Mascara Faux Cils Telescopic, col. noir magnétique / Blush: Armani, Blush A-Blush / Lip liner: MAC, col. ablaze / The lip balm I use in this video has been discontinued and can be replaced by: Kiehl’s Lip Balm / Lip brush: Sephora, Pinceau à lèvres
By Louise Wittlich