Tutorial for How to Apply Makeup

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Makeup must be applied properly so it actually improves and not harms your overall appearance. View a tutorial for how to apply makeup with help from a beauty industry expert in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, this is Tricia Mann, and this is a tutorial on how to apply makeup. First, you're going to need your liquid foundation. Apply your foundation using a foundation brush or a sponge all over the skin. The trick with the perfect application of foundation is to apply a very small amount initially. You can always add more, it's much harder to take away. Next, apply your concealer using a concealer brush under the eye area to cover up any dark circles. You can also use your finger and the warmth of your finger, of course a clean finger, to pat it in under the eye area. Next, apply a neutral tone eye shadow across your eyelid using a flat eyeshadow brush. Use a pressing motion to pat the color in the skin; that's going to give you the most intense color. Also tap off any excess from your brush so that you don't over apply the color to your lid. Use a lighter color on your eye shadow brush on the brow bone and the inner corner of the eye to highlight and add depth to the eye area. Next, apply your eyeliner. Start on the outer corner of the eye and work your way in. Curl your lashes and apply two coats of black mascara. When you apply your mascara, you want to always sweep off to the side to remove any excess clumps and wiggle it into the lashes to work the product into the lashes for the most dramatic application. Now, apply your blush. You're going to want to use a light downward stroke motion to prevent raising stripes from stroking upwards and then, you're going to want to blend it in using a light circular motion for the most natural look. Last, apply your neutral lip gloss across your lips. And that's a tutorial on how to apply makeup. Thanks for watching.


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