If you’ve become totally obsessed with TikTok, raise your hand! All jokes aside, I shared my double chin contour hack on my account @pameluxe and many people told me it was helpful. For my friends on here, I wanted to further breakdown why and how I use this technique. Even if you’re not into contour, the faces I make in the video should be enough to give you a good laugh. Everything is linked below!
- MILK MAKEUP – Hydro Grip Primer: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMok
- SHISEIDO Synchro Skin Self-Refreshing Foundation SPF 30: https://shopstyle.it/l/bf8Xs
- Tarte Shape Tape Concealer in ‘20S Light Sand’: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMo4
- The Original Beautyblender: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMpf
- E.L.F. Cosmetics Contouring Brush: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMps and this one works too: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMps
- HUDA BEAUTY – Tantour Contour & Bronzer Cream in ‘Medium’: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMnb
- M·A·C Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation to set highlight: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMpQ
- M·A·C Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation to set contour: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMpQ
- M·A·C Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation to set face: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMpQ
- Maybelline Color Sensational The Mattes Lipstick: https://shopstyle.it/l/bgMnm
- JTorry Beauty Lashes: https://bit.ly/2KQPadA
Making your eye makeup pop in photos can be difficult. Recently, when I asked my friends on Instagram what the most difficult part of their routine was, I got a ton of answers. The one ‘concern’ or difficulty that stood out to me the most was someone said that no matter how much they contoured or added more product, in photos, it didn’t translate. Honestly, I hear this a lot. Our instinct is to add more, but my approach is to actually broaden the dimensions of your eyes with smudged liner, rather than adding more foundation. On my Instagram stories, I did an entire tutorial showing how you can add depth to your look by changing your eye makeup technique. The key takeaway from this tutorial is that I went with a brown, shimmery eyeliner rather than jet black. Instead of having fine liquid lines that enhance the lash line, I find that a pencil is ideal for smudging upwards to give the eye more dimension. Trying out new eye makeup techniques can be intimidating, but with the right brushes, the look is totally achievable. Real Techniques is an affordable brush company that was started by (my all time favorite) YouTube makeup artists Sam and Nic Chapman. Being ex MAC artists turned freelance artists (like myself), they truly understand what brushes are missing from the market. The brushes you need to really execute this look are the Real Techniques Insta Pop Eye Dup. These two brushes are key for not only applying the product, but actually gradually blending out the edges while preserving the crease and lid colors. If you’re not following me on Instagram, you definitely should. I promise it’s more than just selfies and photos of my food (which I do post from time to time). I create a place for you to learn, ask questions and overall just enjoy makeup.