Have you ever wished you could just go back to school and catch up on all the newest tricks? This is exactly what I am doing for 100 days. I curated a list of topics I would like to learn about or improve on. Considering myself quite seasoned on the art of makeup for my boudoir sessions, I want to take it up a notch. I plan to do many more styled shoots this year and I love that the art of makeup gives me the ability to closer bond with all of my clients. To kick start my beauty school lessons, I wanted a little “refresher” on blending eyeshadow. Eyeshadow is one of the key ingredients to any beautiful look. If you’d like to join me on my journey, you can follow along with Christen Dominque’s tutorial here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPa2Rqb8mzo Let me know in the comments if you tried this tutorial for yourself and what tips you found the most helpful. I’m always looking for ways to connect better with my clients and this information can really help me take it to the next level.
The top tips I took from this eyeshadow tutorial were:
- Use Concealer for your eye primer.
- Use transition shades to smooth out your primed surface & help eyeshadow colors blend smoothly out to eachother
- Always be light handed. You can always add more color in layers, it’s harder to take the color out.
As always, being a LimeLight by Alcone beauty guide, I WOULD be providing a disservice to you and myself if I didn’t provide you with the tools I used in following along this tutorial. The most important, being LimeLight by Alcone’s waterproof concealer.
Our Concealer is one of the best I have used. Here’s why:
- The coverage is absolutely phenomenal, even on tattoos.
- It’s waterproof.
- Being waterproof, it still blends perfectly using a damp blenderful.
- Being waterproof, it’s perfect for oily lids, making it a perfect eyeshadow primer.
You can grab this same concealer here: www.ProPhotoCosmetics.com
I’m becoming a student for 100 days. Drop your favorite makeup gurus below or techniques you think I should know ❤️❤️Last year I perfected my basic “flow” for boudoir makeup for my sessions. This year I want to really dive into the art of makeup and true technique. Today I’m practicing eyeshadow blending with a video from Christen Dominique via YouTube.#100daysofYouTubeSchool #aStusentfor100daysI don’t own the sound or video in the background*
Posted by Biannca Adelia Rardin on Sunday, January 14, 2018