Sunday, April 26, 2015

Primp Tip: 10 Tips for Better Skin

Primp Tip: 10 Tips for Better Skin

Perfect skin has always felt like the carrot dangled in front of me—so close, yet so far away. If there’s been a blog or magazine article professing the secret to perfect skin, chances are I’ve read it and attempted to follow its advice. (Never fall asleep in makeup: check. Stay out of the sun: check. Drink plenty of water: check.) Yet I’ve struggled to find a skincare routine that really works for me. (And I still suffer from breakouts, skin sensitivity, dryness, and more.) So this year, I’ve made it my goal to kick my complexion up a notch with 10 skincare resolutions courtesy of the one and only Kate Somerville. Whether it’s acne, a dull complexion, or premature aging you’re worried about, Kate’s advice will truly take your skincare routine to the next level.
Follow these 10 tips and you’ll be well on your way to better skin…

1. Apply sunscreen everyday.

According to Kate, sun protection is the single most important element for healthy skin. When clients come to her with something they don’t like about their skin, it’s most often an effect of sun damage. Sun degrades the skin’s collagen and elastin, and affects our body’s ability to create healthy new cells. So make it a resolution to never leave the house without applying sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30—even in the winter and on cloudy days. Look for a broad spectrum SPF (which means protection from all UV rays) like Kate Somerville Daily Deflector SPF 50.

2. Make sure you’re using the right products for your skin.

Know your skin! Taking the time to get to know your skin will really help you navigate through the aisles and aisles of products in-store. Is your skin type oily, combination, or dry? If you’re not sure, enlist a dermatologist or aesthetician to help you assess your skin and your concerns. Also, keep in mind that different areas of your face may have different characteristics and concerns. As Kate explains, one common skincare mistake is using the same product all over your face. And no matter what your skin is like, hydration is key. If your skin is really oily, just look for an oil-free product with Hyaluronic Acid in it.

3. Exfoliate.

Exfoliation should be a part of every skin care regimen. Kate recommends exfoliating twice per week if you’re in your 20s, three times a week if you’re in your 30s, and up to four times a week if you’re in your 40s. Exfoliation is really important because it lifts dry, dull skin and allows products to penetrate and work more effectively. Look for exfoliating formulas with fruit enzymes likeExfoliKate (or ExfoliKate Gentle). They gently dissolve dead skin. Stay away from products containing sharp nuts or seeds, because they can actually damage skin. Always exfoliate with steam (in the shower for example). Steaming not only warms the skin, it also adds moisture and hydration to soften skin.

4. Don’t neglect your neck!

Our necks can show our age more than our faces, so it’s incredibly important to take care of that skin. Kate recommends bringing any products you’re using on your face down to your neck, and massaging them in an upward motion to create a lifting effect. Like your face, the most important step is to wear SPF daily. Also, moisturize morning and night.

5. Purify your water.

The simplest thing you can do to ensure that your skin is properly hydrated is drinking more water. We all know that by now. But in addition to drinking plenty of water, Kate recommends looking into what’s in your local water supply. Your locate Department of Water should provide you with specific data on chemicals and impurities in your water. You can then decide whether you want to use a home filtration system or a purifier. Certain metals and impurities can be filtered out, but other chemicals, drugs and toxic materials cannot.

6. Watch your dairy, coffee, and alcohol intake.

What we put into our body is every bit as important as what we put onto our face, says Kate. Be wary of dairy. Studies have shown that milk contains steroid hormones and other compounds that may contribute to clogged pores, inflammation, and yes, acne. Coffee dehydrates the skin, so you should try to limit your intake to no more than two cups a day. Also, try drinking an eight-ounce glass of lemon water beforehand to help neutralize the coffee’s acid. Limit your alcoholintake to no more than one to two drinks per day. If you want to enjoy a drink, opt for red wine, which contains the protective anti-aging compound called resveratrol. Note: One serving of wine is just 5 oz., which is not the average pour when you’re dining out!

7. Supplement your skincare.

There are so many supplements that benefit skin health. These are a few that Kate recommends:
  • Vitamin A is your skin’s “maintenance man” in that it helps keep skin operating properly. This vitamin repairs and reinforces the mucous membranes and tissues that protect against bacteria and viruses from entering your body. It keeps your skin from becoming dry, flaky and wrinkled, and also helps prevent acne.
  • Calcium is a major player when it comes to skin health. Low levels of calcium in our skin can make us more likely to experience premature aging and have a higher risk for skin cancer.
  • Vitamin C is vitally important to our bodies and our skin in particular. It is instrumental in forming collagen, helps heal wounds, and fights free radicals.
  • Fish oil and flaxseed oil (with essential omega-3 fatty acids) work to hydrate and lock moisture into cells. Hyaluronic-acid supplements are also incredibly effective in attracting more water to the skin cells and then locking it in by preventing evaporation.
(Before adding any supplements to your routine, make sure you consult with your physician of course!)

8. Do the double cleanse.

It’s so important to fully remove ALL of the makeup, dirt, debris and other junk that’s gathered on your skin. Kate promotes the ‘double cleanse’ with her clients. First, use a makeup wipe to remove impurities on the surface. Use both the front and backside of the wipe. Then, apply a cleanser (suited for your skin type) to penetrate deeper and fully cleanse the skin. You can also use a cleanser twice if you prefer.

9. Pop properly.

Let’s face it… sometimes it’s impossible to resist popping that pimple (even if you know you shouldn’t!). So if you’re going to do an at-home extraction, it’s important that you at least know how to do it correctly. According to Kate, there are a few main principles to follow when you you’re extracting: only extract if the blemish is ready, use the proper supplies, cleanse and steam skin thoroughly, and give the blemish a canal. Begin by gathering your supplies: a lancet, your cleanser and exfoliator, a clean washcloth, some tissue or cotton swabs, witch hazel and Neosporin. Cleanse and exfoliate skin, and apply a warm compress to steam skin. Wrap your fingers in tissues or use cotton swabs. Start with blackheads by gently squeezing with 2 cotton swabs or your tissue-wrapped fingers. Do the whiteheads next, but only if they’re ready. Carefully pierce the center of the blemish by pushing the lancet straight in and straight out. This provides the canal. If you don’t give the blemish a canal, you’re actually breaking the skin and creating an injury, which can leave a scar. The blemish can also erupt under the skin, which can lead to an infection. That’s why it’s important to use lancets. (Do not reuse lancets! Discard them after using.) Gently release the infection by squeezing at the base of the blemish.

10. Get regular facials.

Even the best at-home skincare routine isn’t a true replacement for regular facials. If you can afford to set aside a facial fund, stop in to see your aesthetician regularly. Exactly how often you need a facial depends on your skin type. Kate recommends getting a facial every 3-6 weeks if you have oily/acne-prone skin, every 4 weeks if you have dry skin, every 4-6 weeks if you have combination skin, every 6-8 weeks if you have normal skin, and every 8 weeks if you have sensitive skin. And be sure to discuss any issues you’re having before you begin so you’re your aesthetician can choose a treatment that is targeted for your skin type.

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Hot Hot Heat: 5 Steps to Melt-Proof Makeup

Hot Hot Heat: 5 Steps to Melt-Proof Makeup

In my opinion, there is nothing worse than looking in the mirror halfway through the day only to find your makeup running down your face.
So, with what seems like half the population headed to the desert this weekend for Coachella, I thought I’d share a few tips for keeping your makeup in place.
Whether you’re going to Coachella or preparing for an upcoming summer getaway, it’s important to adjust your beauty routine as the temperature starts to rise. Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to ensure that your makeup won’t cake and your mascara won’t run—even in the hot-and-stickiest of weather. Here are my 5 melt-proof makeup tips:
1. Prep with primer. For a fresh and dewy complexion that truly lasts all day, always prep with primer before applying foundation. Look for a primer that contains silicone (the key ingredient in most long-wearing formulas), which will act as a barrier between humidity and your skin.
2. Choose a silicone-based foundation. As with primers, silicone-based foundations are truly the longest wearing and the very best option when met with moisture.
3. Cream, please. Play off the heat and use a cream shadow and cream-based blush instead of powder versions. Cream products give you a nice, natural looking glow and they won’t get cakey. Look for long-wear versions for added insurance.
4. Use a waterproof concealer. If mascara is the only waterproof product in your makeup bag, then it’s time to do a little shopping. A densely pigmented, waterproof concealer will hide dark circles and blemishes, even in extreme heat.
5. Mind your lashes. For lush lashes and liner that won’t run, use a waterproof liquid liner and waterproof mascara. Raccoon eyes are never a cute look.
Bonus tip: Since heat and humidity usually entails sun, don’t forget the SPF! I also always keep some blotting papers in my bag to deal with shine. If you start to sweat, piling on more powder will only look cakey.

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Beauty School: The Beauty Guru's Guide to Concealer

Beauty School: The Beauty Guru's Guide to Concealer

When most people think of camouflage, they probably picture the splotchy green fabric used to make a traditional army uniform (it also tends to make a fashion comeback every few years). But camouflage can come in many different forms. You can camouflage a scuff on your favorite pair of black heels using a black permanent marker. And, when it comes to beauty, you can camouflage just about any blemish or imperfection that comes your way. All you need is the right kind of concealer, and a few tips for how to apply it. And that’s where I come in… Today I’m going to be sharing my expert guide to using concealer the right way, in all the right places.
I will be teaching you about five different zones that require concealing, along with the steps you’ll need to follow to make your face look flawless. Here is my guide to “camouflaging” like a beauty guru...
How to Conceal Under-Eye Circles: The most important thing to remember when attempting to hide those under-eye bags is that your goal is to make your eyes look brighter. That said, I recommend using a brightening concealer, a beauty blender or sponge, and loose highlighting powder. I also recommend that you use a concealer that’s oil-based for under your eyes because you want to keep the delicate skin in this area hydrated and moisturized. You will also want to use a peach or pink-based concealer to counteract the blue tones of your dark eye circles. Here’s how to do it:
  1. Apply your brightening concealer by dotting it in a line under your eye, starting at the inner corner (the inside of the bridge of your nose) and working to the outer edge of your eye.
  2. Get your sponge or blender a little bit damp, then dip it into your loose highlighting powder. Dab it over the concealer, blending it evenly into your skin.
  3. Brush a tiny bit of the highlighting powder under your eye to make sure it sets and doesn’t crease.
Expert Tip: If prefer to use your finger to apply concealer under your eyes, use your non-dominant ring finger. Since it’s weaker than your pointer finger, this will keep you from tugging too hard on the delicate skin under your eyes. Products I recommend: bareMinerals Stroke of Light Eye Brightener, $22 Beauty Blenders, $28.95 Too Faced Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo, $30 How to Cover Up Scars or Dark Spots If you experience discoloration or uneven skin tone, these concealer tips will come in handy. You can also use this method for covering up scars on your face. You will want to invest in a heavier concealer for these areas because the thicker texture contains less oil and lasts longer. You will also need lifting concealer, a beauty blender or sponge, and translucent powder. Here’s how to do it:
  1. Apply your heavier concealer with a brush, covering the problem area entirely.
  2. Dab a coat of lifting concealer over the area to make the dark spot brighter. If you’re dealing with a scar, you might not need this step.
  3. Dampen your beauty blender or sponge and dip it into loose powder. Blend the area in evenly.
  4. Finish with a translucent mineral powder to set the area.
Products I recommend: DiorSkin Sculpt Lifting Smoothing Concealer, $36 Beauty Blenders, $28.95Laura Mercier Loose Setting Powder, $35 How to Hide Blemishes When you want to cover up a blemish that is red (and probably pesky too), using a green concealer will help to neutralize the color and hide the inflammation. To do this, you will need a green concealer (I recommend using one in a jar or tube), a concealer brush, a concealer stick, a blending brush, and loose powder. Here’s how it works:
  1. Take a concealer brush and load it up with the green concealer. Start applying it on the pimple, starting in the middle and making light brush strokes outward. You want it to fade into your skin, with the most concentrated area being the middle of the blemish.
  2. Making sure your index finger is completely clean, dab it on the concealer stick and apply to the blemish. Apply in a patting motion, until the area is completely covered and skin tone looks even.
  3. Dip your blending brush in loose powder, then lightly dust the powder onto your skin, blending all three products together.
Products I recommend: NYX Concealer Jar in Green, $5 Stila CC Color Correcting Stick Broad Spectrum, $38 The Balm Concealer Brush, $8 Urban Decay Good Karma Blending Brush, $26 Clinique Blended Face Powder, $23 How to Apply Concealer Around the Nose It’s very common to have redness or small broken veins in the area around your nose. This is also generally a much oiler area on your face, so it requires a concealer method that’s simple but a little bit different than the rest of your face. All you will need is a cream concealer (the less oily, the better), a beauty blender or sponge, and loose powder. And remember, a green concealer will neutralize any redness in this area—but only use it if you really feel you need it. Here are the three easy steps:
  1. Using your finger, dip it into your cream concealer. Pat it on the skin around your nose, covering it completely and fading outward to your cheeks.
  2. Take a damp beauty blender or sponge and blend the concealer into your skin.
  3. Dust loose powder over the area to set it.
Products I recommend: Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer Kit, $33 Beauty Blenders, $28.95 bareMinerals Broad Spectrum Multi-Tasking Face Powder, $18 How to Conceal Puffiness For those days when your skin just doesn’t feel as smooth and supple as you’d like, you will want to use this method to conceal puffiness. If I notice puffiness, it’s around the outer corners of my eyes, on my eyelids, or on my brow bones (it’s usually my skin telling me to get more sleep). Before applying any makeup, drink up—two glasses of water will help your skin more than any concealer. Then, use a yellow-toned or brightening concealer to highlight these areas and keep your skin looking fresh. You will need a hydrating moisturizer, liquid concealer, and a bit of highlighter. Here’s how to de-puff:
  1. Create a mixture using your moisturizer, your liquid concealer, and a bit of highlighter.
  2. Using a concealer brush, dab the mixture on the puffy areas of your face.
  3. Wipe your concealer brush clean of the mixture, then use it to blend the concealer in evenly.
Products I recommend: Neutrogena Oil Free Moisturizer with SPF 15, $10 Stila Perfecting Concealer, $23 Estée Lauder Concealer Brush, $22 Benefit High Beam Liquid Highlighter, $26 Now that you have all the steps for covering every imperfection you might encounter, here’s a short guide that might come in handy when color correcting with concealers…

Color Correction Guide

Green concealer is a great color corrector for neutralizing blemishes, covering up redness, and canceling out any rosy area on your face (rosacea, scars, etc.) Pink concealer will help to brighten any dull areas of your skin and hide signs of fatigue. Use this color corrector to hide dark circles, bruises, or to give your entire face a little boost. Yellow concealer is great for evening out your skin tone and making it look fresh with minimal effort. This is also a great color to use for a base on your eyelids, brow bone, or cheekbones before you apply the rest of your makeup. Well, I think that about covers it (pun intended). I hope you found this guide to concealer useful. Make sure to bookmark it or pin the image above so that you can come back and read these facts whenever you need them.

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Ten: Overnight Beauty Tips

Ten: Overnight Beauty Tips

Sleeping Beauty had the right idea…after all, who doesn’t want to sleep for a hundred years and wake up looking flawless? Though Aurora’s story may be a fairytale, there’s still hope for those of us living in the 21st century. Today, I’m sharing 10 overnight beauty tips that will help you wake up with soft skin, bright eyes, perfect waves and more. The best part? All of the magic happens while you slumber, giving a whole new meaning to the term “beauty sleep.”  Read on for a few of my favorite overnight beauty tips that will have you feeling like Sleeping Beauty come sunrise…
1.) Soften
For a pampering overnight treatment, apply Vaseline to the soles of your feet and put on socks before you sleep. The socks help bind the moisture to your feet and you’ll wake up to soft, smooth soles. Now all you need is a pair of strappy heels to show them off…
2.) De-puff

If you constantly wake up with puffy, swollen eyes, try this simple switch: Add an extra pillow and sleep on your back. This will allow the fluids around your eyes to drain easier and keep the puffiness to a minimum.  And of course, don’t forget your eye cream. Look for creams that list caffeine as one of the ingredients—it will help keep fluids moving.
3.) Create waves

To wake up with perfect waves, simply shower at night and style your hair before bed. Allow your strands to air dry until they’re damp, and run some light styling crème through with your fingers. Depending on your hair type and what kind of waves you prefer, you can either sleep in braids or twist your hair into buns. Don’t be afraid to experiment! Bed head has never looked so good.
4.) Moisturize

Ladies with dry skin, take note: A humidifier might just change your skin forever. Turn one on before you sleep (this works best during colder months when the air is drier) and let it work its magic. It instills the air with moisture, which in turn helps plump your skin and keep it hydrated.
5.) Prevent wrinkles
Sleeping on a cotton pillowcase can cause creases on your skin and create wrinkles. Instead, pamper yourself by investing in a silk or satin one. It will lessen the pressure on your skin and help prevent hair breakage.
6.) Whiten teeth
For an easy DIY whitening treatment, try brushing some baking soda to your pearly whites right before bed. Leave the mixture on for 5-6 minutes and make sure to rinse thoroughly afterwards. This is a perfect PM beauty treatment because in the waking hours, you would normally have to wait about 50 minutes before eating or drinking anything afterwards. Just make sure you are only doing this once a week; any more, and the acid in baking soda can wear down your tooth enamel.
7.) Brighten

It’s best to apply any face products that have brightening ingredients like retinol and vitamin C in them at night. Sunlight can actually deactivate them and prevent them from working to their fullest potential.
8.) Lengthen lashes
Give your fluttery fringe some loving with a DIY lash lengthening treatment. The secret ingredient? Castor oil. This natural oil is rich in super-hydrating omega-6 fatty acids, which help moisturize your lashes and prevent breakage. Using a clean spoolie, gently brush the castor oil through your lashes each night. In the morning, just rinse with warm water and wash your face as usual. You should notice healthier lashes in just a few weeks!
9.) Repair

Smooth a leave-in conditioner into your locks before you snooze to wake up to shiny, soft strands. Applying it in the evening gives treatment more time to penetrate into your hair cuticles for optimum moisture. (For a great natural alternative, try coconut oil.)
10.) Smooth

Nail beds looking dry? Apply cuticle cream or oil before you sleep and slip on gloves afterwards. You’ll wake up to healthy, hydrated nail beds. Now you just have to decide on the perfect polish color…

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Simple Smokey Eye Tutorial

Simple Smokey Eye Tutorial

One of my favorite looks is the Rock look. I mean, who doesn’t love a smokey, dark eye? The thing is, for every day life, or even a hot night out, the typical ‘rock’ look might be a little too much. So I’ve created a tutorial for you that creates the rock look you saw at the Grammy’s all the while making it something you can ‘rock’ any time!
The best part about this look, also what makes it easy, is the eye shadow palette. The shadows in this baby are superb. I mean, just a tiny touch on your brush and you’ve got enough for the look. It’s really high intensity, it goes on smooth, and lasts all day. Love it.

  • Eye liner & Brow pencil: These Bombshell Pow-Der BROW + Liner are amazing!! I haven’t always been a fill in the eye brow kinda gal until lately and it makes a huge difference! Specially with a smokey eye since it’s the main focal point for the look. The liner goes on smooth, but is great for beginners because it doesn’t have to be perfect. It’s more of a soft, smokey eye which is what we’re going for!
  • Full Lash Bloom Mascara: What I love about this mascara is that it really separates the lashes while you’re applying it. I don’t like the clumpy mascara look so this is perfect!
  • Outlast Lip Color: Going for a night out? You need your lipstick to last all day, don’t you? This stuff is incredible. Don’t apply it if you don’t want to wear it all day. It really, really lasts. I chose a very light neutral pink since we were doing the smokey eye so that it was a nice touch without being too much. And it really did last all day!
  • Eye shadow quad: The COVERGIRL quad makes this look so simple. All you really have to do is follow the instructions. No multiple palettes to search for the best colors or which shade goes with what. I also love the high intensity. I have used some high end products before that didn’t have the same intensity! That’s why I say that you don’t always have to spend more to get a good product.
You can find all four of these products at ULTA at the same great prices COVERGIRL is known for!

Before I start explaining, I thought I’d share a close up picture of the palette and the colors I used wear. I thought that’d be easier than me just referring to a color. So when I say “light color onto the lid” you know which one in the palette I’m referring to. I hope that makes sense!

  • Start with the lightest color all over the lid as a base
  • With a crease brush, get the darkest color and create a small “V” in the very outer corners. Avoid bringing this in too far, keep the dark colors on the outside.
  • With a curved brush, take some of the light brown and apply to above the dark color you just added onto your brow bone. You can bring this color from the outside brown bone to about 3/4 quarters of the way in. Keep it lighter towards the inside.
  • With a curved brush again, grab the darker shimmer color and apply this directly into the crease. Keep this color mainly towards the outer corner but you can bring it a littler farther inside, maybe half way.
  • With a regular flat brush and the same light color you started with apply it to the inside of the eye, blending out with the others and all the way up to under your eye brows. This brightens up the inside of your eye and doesn’t make the smokey eye too dark.
  • Apply the POW-Der eye liner along the last line on top and about a third of the way in on the bottom.
  • You can use the same POW-Der liner, or a lighter version, depending on your skin tone and hair color, and fill in your eye brows.
  • Apply two coats of the Full Bloom mascara to complete your look!
  • To finish off this smokey eye look, add the Outlast Lip color. It’s long-lasting and still doesn’t feel dry so you truly can wear it all day! I chose a light shade of pink because I wanted the smokey eye to steal the show.

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    I recently Discovered this nail trick, and I seriously think it's going to revolutionize my nail art from now on. If you're not the best at painting your nails with a steady hand, why not just make your own nail wraps and forget about trying to master the brush !?

    All you need are some polishes and a plastic bag. You can use waxed paper or Also anything with a glossy surface.

    On your plastic, paint the general shape of the nail. Try to keep the polish thick so it's easier to peel off later.

    Let que dry and add your own nail art. I Decided on some easy polka dots and flowers. You'll need to let your finished creations dry for about an hour or so.

    Paint your nails a solid color. Once dry, grab some tweezers and gently peel the nail sticker off of the plastic. It shouldnt come off fairly easily. Position on your nail.

    Using your finger or a nail tool, press the onto your nail design and smooth it out ... just like you would with a store-bought nail wrap!

    If you need to, you can "cut" off the excess wrap with a nail tool wooden or just use some nail polish remover on a q-tip or brush.

    Finish by applying a clear top coat, and you're done!

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    One of my first makeup tutorials, "9 Step Dark Smokey Eye Tutorial" is still one of my most viewed posts after two years. It's bothered me for way too long that the photos are so crappy.... and seriously, what was up with my eyebrows?!  I wanted to give that tutorial a bit of a makeover itself because I'm a sucker for freshness and a bit of a compulsive updater. This weekend I was finally able to recreate the look for you in picture form. I also simplified things. I hope you like it and give it a try!

    This tutorial is probably one of the easiest makeup looks you can accomplish. One colour, and lots of blending. I skipped out on lining my eyes this time around because you really don't need to with this look. Scroll down for instructions. (If you're looking for something more natural and fast, try my 5 minute makeup tutorial!)

    Step 1: Fill your entire lid with a black eyeliner. This helps intensify the smokiness and makes your shadow stay put longer.

    Step 2: Pat a black eyeshadow on top of the liner

    Step 3: Gently drag the colour into your crease and blend. Use short upwards stroke motions.

    Step 4: With a larger -- clean -- blending brush, continue gently blending out the edges, getting rid of that harsh line.

    Step 5: Concentrate blending the shadow outwards at the outer corner of your eye and the inner corner (up towards your eyebrow). You can add a bit more shadow to darken.

    Step 6: Apply the same black shadow under your waterline, blending downwards

    Step 7: This is the finished blending

    Step 8: Apply mascara to top and bottom lashes

    Products used:
    Black shadow from the 88 Palette
    Eyeliner by Rimmel
    Extra Wow Lash mascara by Rimmel

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    Hey friends, I hope you had a good weekend. I've got another makeup tutorial I wanted to share with you today. This one was inspired by Taylor Swift. In particular, the shoot she did with InStyle UK Which had my mouth drop open in awe of the gorgeousness. It's a more natural look ... really easy and only takes to the a little bit of eyeshadow since the focus is all in the liner. Here's the look and how it's done:

    Step 1: Highlight your brow bone with a light nude color shown in the swatch the.
    Step 2: Fill your entire lid with a darker nude. Mine's more of a salmon tone.
    Step 3: Brush a light greyish brown onto your crease on the inner area only. Blend it gently up towards your eyebrow.
    Step 4: With a darker brown, apply under your eye, keeping it soft.
    Step 5: Grab the brown eyeliner and apply under lower lashline and on your waterline.
    Step 6: Line your upper lid with a liquid liner. Usually Taylor does a slight wing the shown.
    Step 7: Add masks to your top lashes, and very sparingly on your bottom ones.
    Step 8: Apply the highlighter to your cheekbones, nose, and chin.

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