How to Tone a Neck With Wrinkles

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You can tone a neck that has wrinkles by carefully using a few very important types of products. Find out how to tone a neck with wrinkles 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 going to show you how to tone a neck with wrinkles. There's two way to interpret that question. One, if you're looking to really just relieve the wrinkles altogether, then you're probably need, going to go need to get Botox or plastic surgery because it's just age goes with it and that's the way you're going to have to deal with it. But, if you're looking to tone with an actual toner or product and extract any oils that may make the wrinkles look a little more apparent, then I will show you how to go in with it. We're going to take our spray toner and I'm going to take a sponge, that's not necessary, but it's one of my favorite things to use just so we can do with a prop, a proper amount of product. So, we're just going to spray it on our sponge, work the product in and we are going to take the toner and dust it along the grains of any wrinkle or indentations along our neck. Now, as we know, toner extracts the oils from our skin where we do have a little bit more oiliness. It also prepares our skin better for any makeup we put on and it's a very good idea and important to remember that our neck is part of our face and we should take the same proper skin precautions and time and effort into the skin on our neck as we do on our face. So, with toner on the neck, just go with the grain and just let it sit to dry. If you put too much on, you can take a, a dry washcloth and just pat it down and make sure to swoop under the chin as well. And this is proper and you can go in with your makeup or you can leave it as is. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just showed you how to tone a neck with wrinkles.


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