How to: Makeup to Enhance the Calf Bone

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Makeup can be applied in a very particular way to enhance your calf bone. Find out how to apply makeup to enhance your calf bone with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm here to answer your question how to enhance your calf bone by using makeup. What we're going to do is take our concealer or our foundation stick, two in one that's a shade lighter, oh I'm sorry, just a shade darker than the actual skin tone. So we can contour to create the divots in the calf to appear more sculpted and that's what we're going to do. So we know that her muscle forms here and we are just going to trace around that. All the bodybuilders do this stuff. It's really one of their hidden secrets that we're revealing, so this is just one of the many tricks. She's sitting in a position that her leg is actually being slightly flexed so that always helps as well with her toes pointed down and we're just going in with this. You can choose to blend more if you like, it's more seamless that way but if you are standing from far away, then a little more hard edge of the line is totally acceptable. Now that we have this, it's just a casted shadow. We did go in with the cream so it's always great to go in and set with a powder and that's what we're going to do is just dust over the area that we contoured with the powder to make sure that it sets in all day no matter how much moisture is coming our way or how much sweat we produce. Luckily on the legs it's not as bad. You can do this to the rest of your body as well but this is just a starter of how to get some great calf muscle looking and you can always blend it in with the powder as well. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just showed you how you can enhance your calf by using makeup.


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