1940s Makeup Tutorial - Part 1





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Uploaded on Dec 23, 2011

1940's Vintage inspired Makeup Tutorial - Make-Up Designory's Reiva Cruze takes us back to the time of Ava Gradner, Lana Turner, and Rita Hayworth.

Step 1 - Prep the skin using Make-Up Designory's Face Primer (http://shop.mudshop.com/primer ).

Step 2 - Select a foundation tone to match the skin tone. Apply usig the #940 brush (http://shop.mudshop.com/940-foundatio... )In our tutorial, Reiva mixes YB3 with CB2 (for a more in depth tutorial on base-matching foundation click this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4pQkK...).

Step 3 - Set the foundation with Loos Powder (http://shop.mudshop.com/loose-powder ). Rieva uses the Buttercream color, lightly dusting arounf the T-Zone.

Step 4 - In the 1940s, eyebrows were slghtly more natural looking than in the 1930s (see our 1930s makeup tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjNcXn... ). Notice that we didn't cover them up with foundation first. Reiva uses her #210 Angle Brush to apply Esspresso Eye Color (http://shop.mudshop.com/espresso ). Use the first brow as a guide to make sure the second one matches.

Step 5 - Eyes were kept clean and bright in the 40's; very little Eyeliner and muted colors for eye shadow. So for this look we use the Taupe Eye Shadow (http://shop.mudshop.com/taupe ) in the crease, starting from the outter corner, then moving in, using the #800 brush in a circular motion to blend. Reiva blends in just a tiny bit of Smoked Sapphire as well.

Step 6 - Using the same Smoked Sapphire Eye Color (http://shop.mudshop.com/smoked-sapphi... ) and a #210 Angle Liner Brush (http://shop.mudshop.com/210-angle-lin... ), start at the outter corner and hug the lower lash line to create a drop shadow.

Continued in Part 2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdizjL...)


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