Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The Makeup Story : Look 2


This look was an eco-friendly look inspired from a wood nymph or a forest fairy. This look is very fresh, sunkissed, dewy and glowing. All the features in this look are enhanced and a soft focus is created to make it more ethereal and angel like.

Lets see how to do this look...........


  • As this was the second look, I removed the model's entire makeup with micellar cleansing water and a dual phase eye and lip makeup remover.
  • Then I massaged an oil free moisturizer and waited for 2 minutes for it to sink in. To correct the skin's concerns I dabbed in some BB cream to give her a uniform skin tone. BB cream also helps correct redness and minor concerns and acts as a wonderful primer.
  • To create the dewy look, I applied a complexion perfecter on the areas of the face where light would naturally hit and illuminate the face.
  • Then I applied a foundation with iridescent particles for that lit from within glow. I applied this foundation from the forehead to decollete blending  it with a buffer brush while applying it in stippling motions.
  • Due to the corrections done, I barely used any concealer. Only a little went in the inner corners to highlight and open up the eyes.
  • On the eyelids I applied an eyeshadow primer to keep the shadows intact. I contoured the crease with a taupe-brown eyeshadow to create dimension. I used the same shadow to subtly sculpt her nose and also used in the brows to add definition. Then I lined the upper and lower lash line with a taupe brown pencil and smudged the edges to create a soft smokey eye. On the lids I applied a shimmery golden beige eyeshadow. Used the same eyeshadow to highlight the brow bone and inner corners of the eyes. I filled in the rims of lower lids with a matte white pencil and added the slightest possible touch of matte lime green eyeshadow to it. Curled the lashes and applied 2 coats of lengthening mascara.
  • Then a semi matte bronzer was used to contour the cheek bones. To add a sunkissed glow I dusted a warm light peach highligher all over the face. And to illuminate the face even more I applied a cream color base on the high points of the face and also the eye lids.
  • I set the foundation and all the makeup with a semi matte transparent loose powder using a fan brush.
  • I applied some foundation on the lips to lighten her naturally pink lip color. Then applied a beige golden gloss over a lip balm to create moist sun drenched lips.

PRODUCTS USED
  1. Vichy Comforting calming micellar water cleanser
  2. Neutrogena Oil free eye makeup remover
  3. Estee Lauder Renutriv Comforting cream
  4. Skin 79 Diamond Cellular BB cream
  5. Clarins Instant Light Complexion Perfector in 01
  6. Lancome Teint Miracle foundation in shade no. 03
  7. Benefit Boing concealer in 02 shade 
  8. Kryolan Translucent powder
  9. MAC eyeshadow in Omega 
  10. MAC eyeshadow in Cork
  11. MAC eyeshadow in Creme Royale
  12. Too Faced Shadow Insurance eyeshadow primer
  13. Lancome Le Kohl in Platinum
  14. NYX Retractable pencil in White
  15. Clinique Lash Power mascara in Black Onyx
  16. Clinique Almost Bronzer in Light/Medium
  17. Smashbox Fusionlights in Dusk
  18. MAC Cream color base in Hush
  19. Lancome Color Fever Gloss in Beige Paradise
  20. Maybelline Smooth Color changing lip balm in Peach blossom

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Whenever I will get to do any professional work I will put the tutorials on my blog with prior permission of the photographer.

Till then,

Ciao




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10 comments:

  1. I just love your ideas!!! and offcourse you're collection... Thank you so much for your advice in fb regarding contouring my features... I'm already on the lookout for Urban Decay :) Keep inspiring us!

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    1. thank u so much! the UD palette is amazing!! get it!!

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  2. it sounds so easy but i can guess how difficult it is to achieve this look :d you did it wonderfully neeraj :D

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    1. thanks a lot Rashmi!ur words are so encouraging!!

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  3. u kno, the only word i can come up with to describe this is 'ALIVE'....Its such a life infusing luk!

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    1. Thanks a lot! ur words really inspire me to go ahead.thanks

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  4. This is an awesome look ! so natural, fresh and dewy !

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  5. The model looks like a dream. I wish, I could look the same irrespective of my extra-oil, extra-sensitive skin....... Neeraj, I just can't wait to have " YOUUUU" as my MUA on my wedding :-)

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  6. wow! splendid work ...loved it

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