Couture Makeup Tips

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Couture makeup needs to be used in a very particular way for the best possible results. Get couture makeup tips with help from a visual artist of nine years in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Sherilynn Marilyn with Diva Day International here at Club Kiss Salon and we're with Nadia, the model of the day. And we're going to show you how to do couture makeup darling. I'm going to start by applying the the light brown utilizing my sponge underneath her eyes. Using the pat formation is puts my client at ease and also because this is a, a delicate area, we don't want to harm her eyes. This is the face for you to go into your next step. And then we're going to come up with a dark brown and work; this is where I love the strokes here. As you can see, the, the different, the different shades between her real skin tone and also with the application of the makeup that I've just applied and how that relates in what we're going to do. We're creating stronger lines with the contouring. Don't worry if it doesn't, if it looks as if you're marking the face because this is exactly what you're going to do. And today's makeup tutorial is about couture and everything couture is always hot and exciting. We have strong makeup looks, we have strong colors that we use and this the area where we can also continue to be as creative as we want. I have a double-ended eye shadow brush; one is very, very fluffy, not very stiff with the brushes. So, that is going to help me to smooth on the application all over the lid and for more preciseness, I'm going to use the stiffer side to get into those creases and those hard to reach places. Now, first, I'm going to start with this dark brown. The dark brown is going to bring out the brown hues in her eyes and also to create the sultry look the sultry look that we're looking for without overpowering it with just black. Now, if you decide to use just black then that's fine, do what's best for you. But, what's best for me right now is the brown. So, you load your brush very vigorously, make sure it's fully loaded as you can see here. Tap off any excess and we begin to apply. Now, I always like to hold my, my client's lids up so that I get right into the nicks and crannies, we don't have any creasing. Now, moving forward towards the inner corners of her eyes, as you can see here, I've left the space for color to be added. And that's where I want to apply this taupe; show stopper. And as you can see, it goes the light, very light, very sexy hue on top of that brown. I'm going to take the lightest color, which this color is called satin taupe and the satin taupe I'm going to apply where there is no color on the eye, where we stop with the brown in, within our crease all the way to the our eyebrow. Where you plant your, your brush first is where the most of your colors going to go. So, I'm going to start from the outer corners utilizing pencil as my base, creating a very angled look. And as you can see, I'm not going over the lip line, I'm staying right within it. I'm going to try, I'm going to apply this right in the center of the bottom lip. What I would like to do as well is continue to bring in the color from the black, making sure that there are no spaces. You guys will love this, this is the completion of our makeup tutorial for how to complete our cou, couture look. And I'm Sherilynn Marilyn of Diva Day International Glam Squad and we're working with Nadia, the model of the day at Club Kiss Hair Salon. Thank you.


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