Step 1: start at the base
We start with the Re-Evolve Radiance Locking Primer, a foundation without silicones and non-comedogenic, to be applied all over the face and with the fingertips. The result is a rekindled glow and long-lasting wear.
Step 2 : unify with foundation
A small amount of Re Evolve Natural Finish Foundation is taken from the back of the hand. Then, using the damp Skin2Skin Foundation Sponge, apply the foundation from the centre of the face outwards, patting it in and working the texture.
Step 3: subtle correction
Signs of fatigue (dark circles), shadowy areas (sides of the nose, hollow of the chin, etc.) and imperfections are corrected by dabbing Un Cover Up Concealer & Foundation directly onto the skin with the finger. The moisturising formula is ideal for fragile and dehydrated eye contours and lets the skin breathe perfectly.
Step 4: announce a colour
…And it goes with the ReDimension Hydra Powder Blush (shade Sangria) which enhances cheekbones while sculpting them, like a highlighter. Sweep over the top of the cheekbones with a blush brush.
Step 5: make a statement
We could stop there, but for those who want to go further, here is the duo that pimps up the eyes in a "red carpet" look. Apply the Eyelights Cream Eye Shadow (shade Strobe), directly with your finger over the entire eyelid, for a halo effect and a single shade which is more modern than a mix of colours. Remember to highlight the underside eyelid with a small brush. Finish the look with Straight Up Volumizing Peptide Mascara.
5 tips make-up to change the game…
- If you can, do your make-up in the daylight. You'll think of us when you see your reflection in a shop ;-)
- Always start with small and build up your products a little at a time. Add more if needed.
- "Use the puff, never the brush! As Rose Mary Swift says, if you have combination to oily skin and want to use a mattifying powder, you can apply it with a small puff (often provided) rather than a brush. The brush absorbs the excess sebum while the powder brush only moves it...
- Mist a lotion during the day if your make-up has lost its glow.
- Remember to sort out products from time to time: waterless products (powder eyeshadows, pencils, lip balms, etc.) can be kept up to 3 or even 4 years, when mascaras, eyeliners and foundations should be used within 6 months on average. To be sure, look for the logo that looks like an open jar on your product's packaging, the number indicates how many months the product can be used without risk once opened.