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Make up tip: How to put on a natural look by Make up artist Kimberly Tsen

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How to put on a natural look


When putting on make-up, it doesn't matter if it's for work or if you're just going out, it is important to first put on a moisturizer on your face to keep your skin hydrated and look healthy. After that you can put on a foundation that suits the color of your skin. Put on a concealer if needed for that extra flawless look. Finish it off with a powder. I prefer a translucent powder, because it works great on every skin color. Afterwards focus on the eyes. 

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Eyes:

Start off with the lightest color on your natural palette and work your way through the end of the palette. If you're not into the darkest color on the palette then stop at the darker color you like most. 

 

First put on the lightest color of the palette on the inner corner of your eyes and on the brow area to highlight the eyes. Then take the second color and place that on the middle part of your eyes and blend it a bit with the lighter color. Then take the third color and place that on the outer corner of your eyes to give that extra definition to your eyes. If needed top it off with a darker color to add a little more drama. Bring in the darker color slightly blending it with the second color on your eyes and into the crease. Add more of the other colors if needed and repeat the steps before. 

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Perfect the look with a liner close to the lash line or if you want some more drama you can add some lashes. If you want a more natural look then use a brown pencil on the eye line. I like more drama on my eyes so I use a black liner. Add some mascara to finish of the look. Mark your brows with preferably a brown brow filler to complete the eyes. Add a nice nude, baby pink or any lip color you prefer and top it off with a gloss if you desire luscious glossy looking lips. Lastly add a light rosy or peach blush and you're ready to hit the streets looking like that gorgeous goddess that's hidden in you. 


I did this look on three different models:

 

 

 

In number 1; I added a light gold shimmery color on the inner corner of her eyes and on the brow bone, because bronze/gold shimmer looks gorgeous on her brown skin.

In look number 2; I only used matte colors, because I wanted to put more accent on the fuller lips. That's why I used a dark wine color on the lips to make the look more romantic.

In look number 3; I also used a bit of shimmer on her eyes to make them stand out a little more.

Enjoy this every day look and stay kikinylicious.



Kikiny Girl - By Kimberly Tsen a professional makeup artist from Suriname,  does make up for all occasions: weddings, commercials, fashion shows, magazines, photoshoots etc. E-mail: .
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