Chanel Cruise Backstage and Illamasqua Skin Sketching Technique Videos
First of all I want to say that I am leaving for a week so I will answer all the comments and e-mails when I am back. But don’t worry, you won’t even notice as I’ve scheduled posts for the week ahead.
And now I just wanted to share two videos that I hope you will find interesting. The first one is from Chanel Cruise backstage.
By the way, Peter Phillips used the new foundation which is called Perfection Lumiere Long-Wear Flawless Fluid Makeup SPF 10 on the models and the eye shadows from the Fall 2011 collections which are called The Eyes Les 4 Ombres Quadra Eyeshadow in Prélude.
And the other video that I want to share is from Illamasqua and it’s about their Skin Sketching Technique.
“Ever since the 1940s, when Greta Garbo picked up her black pencil and created the iconic illusion of depth on her eye socket line for the Hollywood cameras, make-up users across the world have searched for the tools and technique to create that show-stopping moment.
Illamasqua School of Make-Up Art has developed a practicality and space saving Skin Sketching Technique.”
The Secret of the Skin Sketching Technique: Neutrals
- Smudge Medium Pencil in ‘Vow’ (nude apricot) all over the eyelid to reduce redness and blemishes and create a soft nude base.
- Draw Medium Pencil in ‘Flinch’ (soft charcoal) along your upper socket line and under the eye for definition.
- Scrawl Medium Pencil in ‘Honour’ (rich brown) on the outer third of the eye and on your bottom waterline for sexy smokiness.
- Blend the three colours together with Blending Brush I.