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'No MakeUp' Look MakeUp Tutorial





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Uploaded on Jun 20, 2011

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Last Wednesday morning I posted images of a recent red carpet make-up look I'd done for actress Gemma Arterton and described the make up as a 'No Make-up' kind of look.

I asked in the post if anyone would like to see a tutorial on this type of look (which is something of a signature look for me) and was overwhelmed with the response. So many people requested a tutorial... I had to get straight on it!!

The products I've used in the film are:

Bobbi Brown - Pot Rouge for Lips and Cheeks :
Bourjois - Delice de Poudre Bronzing Powder:
Bourjois - Healthy Mix Foundation:
Cover FX - Conceal FX Camouflage Concealer:
Fusion Beauty - IllumiCover Smoothing Concealer:
Korres - Wild Rose Compact Powder Brightening:
Lancôme - Eclat Miracle make-up primer:
Peter Thomas Roth - Ultra-Lite Oil Free Sunblock:

Benefit - Silky Powder Eye Shadow:
DJV Beautenizer - Fibre Wig LX:
Inglot - Full Metal Eyeliner:
L'Oreal - Renewal Lash Serum:

Revlon - Nail Polish:

Chanel - Ultra Fine Eyeliner Brush #13:
Kevyn Aucoin - Eyelash Curlers:
No7 - Concealer Brush:
Suqqu - Cheek Brush:

Watch this video on my site for product links and tips.

I've done this look for hundreds of shoots for the worlds glossiest mags like Vogue, Glamour etc. I've also done it for countless celebrities for red carpet, movie press junkets and shoots. As I say in the video you can go as far as you like with it but always remember the tones have to work with your natural skin tones so nothing clashy and NEVER use glossy or overly shimmery textures as these do not occur naturally in the skin in real life so will always look artificial. Save the all over shimmer and gloss for a shimmery summer look. I left the edit long as there were so many tips! I did ask on FB yesterday if viewers would prefer a shorter edit and over 350 of my make-up bunnies commented instantly to say absolutely NOooo! I use the same techniques in the video I use for the A-listers ; )

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I cant guarantee that all of the make-up and skincare products I recommend will suit you. I only use products I personally think are good having tried them on myself and my clients but everyone's skin is different and it's possible to be allergic to anything. Wherever possible, test products out on yourself before purchasing.


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