Hey guys! Strobing, what is it? Its basically highlighting your face for a lovely glow and avoiding all contouring/ bronzing! I love it i think it is a lovely way to show off your natural features! Strobing can be dangerous for my friends with oily skin, especially when you place a highlighter in places like the center of the forehead and chin, so be careful! I hope this Strobing tutorial was helpful I love you guys, thanks for watching. xo - Laura PS: STOBING IS NOT IDEAL FOR OILY SKIN!!!
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This trick will hold your foundation in place all day. No excess post powdering. It will also fill in pores and some fine lines! I KNOW! We've been told to powder after foundation, and this makes total sense. And it works. But what works really well is to powder before foundation. After moisturiser and primer THEN YOU POWDER. Then you apply foundation OVER THE POWDER! This will fill in pores. But what it will do is keep your foundation in place all day. If you have dry skin you will not need to powder your foundation after. You can just leave it. For those with very oily skin you will need a touch of powder on the t-zone only. Give it a go. Let me know what you think and
Contouring doesn't have to look striped! Jordan Liberty creates an easy spring look featuring natural contouring on model Ashley Brielle. For NEW contouring videos, check out my channel page and make sure to SUBSCRIBE!!!!! Here's all you need to know about "under-the-radar" contouring: 1. What is contouring and highlighting? From an artist's perspective, contouring is just a form of shading, or adding DEPTH. This is why you contour areas that you want to look concave (go inward), like the lower part of the cheekbones. These deeper shadows can change the curvature of the face, add dimension, and can even transform a face completely! Think about it: a 3-dimensional object is defined by how light falls on it. Highlighting does the opposite of contouring, it makes objects appear convex (go outward). It can also make the face look lifted and youthful, which is why many of my more mature clients are more highlight-savvy than their daughters. 2. How to choose your contour shade: as a general rule, you want your contour shade to be DARKER and COOLER than your skin tone. Because contouring is just
Hey Lovelies, Check out my updated foundation, highlight and contouring routine for 2016: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGSVcSEmnbw i hope its helpful and i hope you like it. The video is a little lengthy but i really wanted to go in-depth and explain the whole process, especially for beginners. Please thumbs Up and share to your friends and family! stay blessed xx Products Used: - Mary Kay Botanicals Hydrating Lotion - MAC Fix+ : www.maccosmetics.com - Mary Kay Foundation Primer - Mary Kay Matte-Wear Liquid Foundation (Bronze 3) - Mary Kay Creme-to-powder foundation in Bronze 1 (used as corrector) - LA Girl pro Conceal in Pure Beige (highlight) :http://bit.ly/1Sxw1cU - LA Girl Pro conceal in Chestnut (1st contour): http://bit.ly/1Sxw1cU - LA Girl Pro Conceal in Dark Cocoa (2nd contour): http://bit.ly/1Sxw1cU - Sleek Face Contour Kit (medium) :