September 21, 2012

Spencer Hasting's Makeup Breakdown

Spencer's skin looks very natural like her skin is flawless just by itself but it does have a matt finish. Her cheek bones and jawline are naturally defined but look to have a a slight shading  to them also along her temple.  For foundation I suggest Urban Decays Naked Skin, Makeup Forever HD, Mac Face and Body or Makeup Forever Face and Body. Use an concealer like Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer or Mac Studio Finish for under eyes and blemishes. Set it with a powder like Rimmel Stay Matt, Sephora Microsmooth Face Powder or Macs Minerlize Skinfinish Natural. Use a very natural light almost sheer contour powder along the hallows of the cheeks under the jaw and on the top of your temple next to the highest part of the brow.  No bronzer this time and for blush I suggest a warm peachy pink blush like Nars Deep Throat just dust it on the backs of your cheek bone into the hairline keep it off  the apples of your cheeks this will help keep a chiseled look. 

For the eyes prime them with your favorite shadow primer mine are Urban Decay's Primer Potion in Edin, Mac's paint in Bare Canvas or Macs paint pot in soft ocher. now take Maybelline color Tattoo in barely beige on the tear duct and on to your lid stopping halfway I use the middle of pupil to tell. take a shadow like Urban Decays Bootycall and pat that on the the Barely Beige. Now pat a color like Macs Wedge, Kid or moleskin, Urban Decays Naked eyeshadow and on the outer corner your going to and a harsh line were the two colors meet blend them together by patting your brush over the line until it softens. the outer most part of her eye is a smokey taupe like Urban Decay's Mushroom lets start by pushing this shade into the lower and upper lash line make this line a little bit thick  on the lower lash line the line on the upper line. Now take Mushroom and make a backwards "C" shape now blend to make it soft looking. With the eye liner start at the inner corner with a thin line making it thicker going toward the outer and making a little flick at the end curl your lashes and use a lengthening mascara. Now for brows fill them in using a brow powder I think it looks softer and more natural looking and a brow pencil. 

Lips are really easy use a sheer light pink lipstick like Mac's Plink.    

XOXO Brooke

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