Monday, April 28, 2014

Abby of JuicyLooks gives professional advice on Eye Brows, Concealers and Foundations.

It can be fun doing makeup yourself but ladies, are you using the right concealer and foundations for your face? Are you applying it the right way? Doing your eyebrows correctly?

Abby (JuicyLooks)
Abby (founder of JuicyLooks) a professional make up artist gives us professional advice on brows, concealers and foundation. 

Brows..
In my opinion, proper eyebrow grooming should be based on your natural brow shape. Brows in general are shaped differently and believe it or not they are mostly different from each other. It is my duty as a makeup artist to define them and have them in good shape without looking drawn on. There are so many products out there to help define brows. My favorite products are MAC brow pencils and Anastasia dipbrow pomade. The color i choose depends on the skintone I am working with at that particular moment. Well-groomed brows frame a face and that is why it is very important to take care of your brows by not over-waxing or over-tweezing. 

Foundation and Concealer..
Foundations and concealers are used to even out skin tones. These products are also used to conceal any flaws on the face. Choosing and applying these products the right way will ensure a flawless finish without the appearance of heavy makeup.
Concealers are mostly used to work on correcting problems such as dark under eye circles, acne scars and discolorations. It is advisable to use a concealer color slightly lighter than your natural skin color. Foundations are used to even out skin tone by applying to the entire face and making sure to blend it in with your neck. It is very important to choose a foundation that matches your skin tone, even if you have to mix two different shades to get your perfect shade. There are many ways to finding out what foundation shade(s) works best for you. Before making any purchase, make sure you test the foundation out on your face and not at the back of your hand. Keep in mind that wearing heavy foundation or concealer results to a "cake-face".


JuicyLooks by Abby

JuicyLooks by Abby

JuicyLooks by Abby

JuicyLooks by Abby

JuicyLooks by Abby

JuicyLooks by Abby

JuicyLooks by Abby
JuicyLooks by Abby


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