Remember to only use the concealer where you need it! This will most likely be on undereye circles ad blemishes. Try finding the right concealer that matches your skintone, otherwise you will have two white circles making you look like you wore goggles while tanning. Use a pointed concealer brush and apply in little stripes. You will then blend using your ring finger for the lightest touch, DO NOT TUG AT DELICATE UNDEREYE AREAS.
To get perfectly even skin the speedy way, use a foundation stick.
Foundation sticks give you plenty precise application. Use the stick like a giant marker, draw thick lines down cheekbones, the sides of your nose and above brows, and blend with your fingers. For that sun-kissed look, use a second stick that’s two or three shades darker in all the same places for a streak-free glow. You then will have to mix both colors together over your face and down onto your neck using your fingers—the heat from your hands will warm up the foundation and help it glide.
Step 3: Now Blush!
Its 2015 and blushing via a brush and powder seems outdated. Try a cream blush instead for that glow-from-within effect.
Apply to the apples of your cheeks, to find yours just simply smile. Bring up and blend the color upwards toward your temples with your fingers. The bright, bold hues will make some look natural, but if you’re color-shy, build the intensity by gradually layering it on.
For pro-looking eye makeup in no time, apply a wash shimmery cream shadow from lash lines to brow bones using your pointer finger.
If your skin is fair, try a silvery white shade. For medium to dark skin tones, opt for a champagne color instead. To get an extra bright-eyed effect, dot the color onto the inner corners of your eyes too.
To create a more intense look, rim your upper lash lines with a brown liner pencil and smudge it upward with your shadow brush.
Finish off with two coats of mascara on top and bottom. Focus on the outer lashes with the top of the wand. If your brows aren’t as full you would like them to be, lightly fill in any gaps with a pencil and use a disposable mascara wand to brush the hairs up.
For dry or chapped lips, gently buff with a damp washcloth and apply lip balm.
As it sinks in, blot with a tissue if it feels slippery. Using a strawberry-color lipstick, straight from the tube, apply it to the center of your mouth (make a kissy face!), where color tends to wear off first. Blend the lipstick out over your lips, patting the color on with your fingertip to help it last. To take it up a level, add a layer of gloss for extra shine.