How to Do Cinema Makeup

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When doing cinema makeup, the first thing you're going to want to do is apply bronzer to your entire face. Do cinema makeup with help from an independent beauty consultant and make up technician in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jill Maria and I'm a makeup artist and stylist at Salon 27. Today, we're going to talk about how to do cinema makeup. The first thing that we're going to do is we're going to apply some bronzer to the entire face, just to highlight the areas. You can use a big loose powder brush. You definitely want to give your face that sun kissed look across the forehead, down the nose, on the chin area, across the cheeks. Okay, just sweeping motions across the mouth and then down the jawline, just to blend. Okay, then we want to take the eyeliner and we want to make it pretty dramatic so you want to start in this corner, outside corner and make it pretty thick and do like a V and bring it across the top lash and blend and then just across the lower lashes to the middle and do the same thing to the other eye. Bring a V out to the corner and across the top lashes again, across the lash line and then you want to take the sponge tip applicator and just blend to where you don't really see a stopping point there at the top. Okay and then we're going to do some really dramatic eyeshadow, white and silver across the entire lid. And go across it all the way from the eyebrow to the lash line. Then you want to take a smaller brush and we're going to do a smoky eye so we're going to take the dark and do it in the crease and bring it down to the outside corner, across the middle and just blend, doing the darkest at the outside corners and bringing it out to the V. Same thing on this eye, bringing it out to the corner, across the middle and bring it to a V at the end and make it the darkest at the corner here. So you want to blend that where it's just a little darker out at the V. Okay and then you take that light eyeshadow again and just blend, blend both of those together so that the colors just kind of blend. And then you want to take your brush, clean up the shadow that got on the face and then you can either apply false eyelashes or several coats of mascara for the dramatic look and then be sure that you get the corners really good if you do apply mascara rather than using the false lashes. Then a small coat on the bottom lashes. And then we're just going to do a really glossy look to the lips with a lot of shine and that is how you do cinema makeup. I'm Jill Maria with Salon 27.


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