I remember, I was in college when I started wearing makeup ( in highschool, alas, even dyed hair was a no-no and would earn a lower grade in conduct! ). I usually wore foundation, blush, and gloss, and didn’t bother applying eyeshadow. Now that I know the wonders on what eye colors would do, I somehow felt that I should have learned earlier!
Bare Escentuals has two sets for those who want to learn the right way to achieve two beautiful looks.
The first set, Tutorials : Smoky V Eye teaches us how to do the smoky eye makeup. I admit that it’s been over a year and I’m still in the beginner end in smoky eye makeup application!
If you missed out on makeup tips and tricks back in school, Tutorials Smoky â€œVâ€ Eye was made for you. This kit with a one-of-a-kind, patent-pending brush with unique â€œVâ€ end to build intensity, provides the easiest-ever smoky eye application. Just follow the simple steps on the detachable tip card for noticeably intense, beautifully advanced smoky eyes.
The V-shaped eye brush piqued my curiosity – how good can it get? If it can help me perfect my smoky eye, then it is best to get one for myself! The two glimmers included in the set – Pacific Heights and 1990s look very classy and subtle – the smoky eye to be achieved in this set would be “subtley smoky”, but utterly lovely, I think.
The second Bare Minerals Set, “Tutorials : Get Cheeky“, teaches us to perfect our blush application, for those perfectly sculpted cheeks,
If you missed out on makeup tips and tricks back in school, this blush tutorial was made for you. With Get Cheeky, weâ€™ve provided everything you need to achieve perfectly sculpted cheeks. Most importantly, we instruct you in simple steps how to achieve the look thatâ€™s just right for your face shape.
I’ve been asked a thousand times, “How do I apply the blush?”, and there could be different answers for different people given their face shapes. I’ve always wanted to try sculpting, for I have been applying the blush the routinary, and “generic” way, starting on the apple of the cheeks and blending upwards to the hairline. It would be interesting to learn sculpting techniques!
Well, who’s up for Beauty School? Now, that I would not mind learning from!