Once in a while,be it a glamorous affair or attending an award function or even a simpler affair we all wish to get all dolled up like your favorite celebs and fashionistas at the red carpet?But do you know how? It ain’t a task!Here are some tips for you collaborating advice given by the best of makeup artists.
A flawless base is a beauty essential:-
No matter the color trend of a season, beautiful skin is the base of any winning look. “I start with Giorgio Armani Crema Nera Extrema Serum to boost the inner glow, and then the secret weapon of every makeup artist—Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation—for sheer perfection,” stated celebrity makeup artist Tim Quinn.
Achieving perfection with your highlighting and contour:-
“Contouring and highlighting is an easy way to transform your everyday makeup into red carpet-ready,” says Quinn. Use a powder bronzer to frame your face, starting at the temples and following the hairline along the cheekbone and down to the jawbone. Then tap a liquid illuminator above the cheekbones, on the brow bones, inner corners of eyes, bridge of nose and top of the lip cupid’s bow to open up the face.
Use high-pigment color:-
For a look that lasts through hours of schmoozing, camera flashes and the hot lights of the big stage, celebrity makeup artist Molly R. Stern, who will be working with Olga Kurylenko this weekend and who made up Reese Witherspoon the night she won her Oscar, uses intense yet blendable hues. “I am completely obsessed with my Make Up For Ever 12 Flash Color Case. The tones are so rich, and I really tap into the sensation of finger painting with it!” she says. These cream colors apply seamlessly to eyes, cheeks and lips, and intensity varies, depending on whether you tap on lightly with a finger tip or stroke on with a brush.
Physicians Formula makeup artist Joanna Schlipbuys petite containers from the beauty supply store to sample out product portions that she uses on her celebrity clients so they can discreetly touch up as needed. “These tiny containers can fit into even the smallest clutch!” says Schlip. Don’t forget tissues, a mirrored powder compact and mints—all essentials to getting through a long formal evening looking as fresh as when you began.
Pick a focus:-
“One element—the dress, hair or beauty look—should be the standout,” advises Schlip. For example, if the dress is simple and streamlined, makeup can go dramatic. If the design is more complex, it’s visually more flattering to keep hair and makeup simple. When all elements are strong, you risk being overpowered and getting lost in it all—and looking like a reality TV fashion victim.