Diary / Beauty / Sep 26, 2022
Beauty School: Rose Glow
Written by: Bobbi
Photography by: Ben Ritter & Jon Paterson
Roses and pinks are the kinds of colors that add instant prettiness to anyone's makeup. The trick to not overdo it is to find the right textures and the best colors for your skin tone and style. It can look both chic and soft at the same time. Here’s how to get the look:
I always start by prepping the skin with the right moisturizer and never skip eye cream. To lighten up dark circles under the eyes and to even out the skin and combat any redness, I used Face Pencils. I used a generous amount of the Miracle Balm in Dusty Rose on the apples of the cheeks as blush and patted a smaller amount on the forehead and under the neck as a tint. Lastly, I added a few swipes of the Oil Stick on her cheeks for extra glow.
I filled in her brows with the Best Brow Pencil. I used the dual-ended Eyebrow Brush to brush up the brows before and after application. (When choosing a brow pencil color, choose the shade that matches the color of your eyebrow hair.) Some of us like to mix two shades for the perfect definition and fill.
Next, I swept Just a Sec in Linen across the lower eyelids and used the Best Pencil in Black as top-only liner, as close to the lash line as possible for extra definition. Lastly, I layered two coats of The Mascara to the upper lashes for major depth.
I added another layer of the Miracle Balm in Dusty Rose on the lips and topped it off with the Cool Gloss in Rosy Pink.
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