May 15, 2013
Lizzie recently gave a tutorial on contouring and highlighting using Kevyn Aucoin’s sculpting and highlighting powders. Here are some tips…
1. Use a color that is darker than your foundation to contour and a color that is lighter than your foundation to highlight.
2. Using a contour brush, add Kevyn Aucoin’s Sculpting Powder to your jawline, bottom of your chin, along the sides of your nose, under your cheekbones and at your temples.
3. Add Kevyn Aucoin’s Highlighting Powder to the front of your forehead, along the bridge of your nose, above your cheeks, on your browbone, on the center of your chin and in the inner corner of your eyes.
Below is a great guide from Kevyn Aucoin on where to contour and highlight.
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April 30, 2013
For a pop of bright this spring, don’t be afraid to shine! Choose a subtle, luminous eye color in a shade mimicking your natural skin tone, and highlight the upper and lower lashline, focusing on the inner corner. Pop a little of the bright shadow beneath your eyebrows on the brow bone, add a little mascara, and you’ve got a fresh, bright eye look suitable for every occasion this spring! Our faves for this look include Laura Mercier’s Baked Eye Colour in Ballet Pink, Too Faced’s Natural Eye Palette, and Kevyn Aucoin’s Shimmering Wheat Shadow Duo #203.
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March 18, 2013
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