Look Younger! ~ Foundation Tutorial For Mature Skin
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Tips on using foundation to cover age spots and blemishes while not accentuating wrinkles on mature skin.
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hey everybody its Angie today I’m going to do a foundation tutorial for a natural look that doesn’t accentuate fine lines and wrinkles we’re going to start with some primer this is just a lovely light shade of pink it goes on pretty clear and then I’m just going to warm it up in the finger tips and get it ready to spread around and then I’m just going to dot it around my face so what I like to do is kind of tighten my face up so that it doesn’t create a lot of pulling and just rub it in now I don’t like to put a lot of foundation under my eyes a lot of concealer under my eyes fortunately I don’t have dark circles under my eyes so I don’t have to use concealer for that that’s why I’m able to use this really light concealer but I do have eye bags which have just started to form in the last couple of years you know I always say fifty is the gift that keeps on giving and in addition to some new age spots I also have brand new little kind of minor puffiness under my eyes this year so anyway I just use this or just pump it out once put it on there and then I just spread that on the under eye area going up into the corner so it adds a little brightness sometimes I’ll even use this as an eyelid primer so I’ll just put it up there on my eyelids and then I just grabbed it with my fingers to kind of blur the edges I try not to put any foundation over here where the fine lines and wrinkles are on the eyes a more product that you put on your wrinkles the more it’s going to accentuate them there really isn’t anything that you can put on them that will you know magically D accentuate them so the less you put on the better all right now to kind of minimize some of the some of the dark areas that cause shadows that cause us to look a little bit older like the edges of the eye bags and the edge of the nose where you know maybe if I went to see a plastic surgeon he’d tell me that I need some radius or something in there but I don’t find my puppet mouth lines to be too bad yet so I try to just brighten them up so they don’t look so deep and dark I just put a little bit on the back of my hand and it has a brush but it’s brush is big and clunky and the product comes out for the middle so I don’t use the brush instead I take this little brush and just a little a little bit of this from the back of my hand and you know just a very little bit goes a long way because this is bright and highlighting all right so I just want to put it right in here where the darkness is so we’re trying to make the eye bag a little less visible okay and we could put that right up in here to add a little brightness to the inner corner of the eye and then just Pat that in or you can use a big blending brush just blend that in and make it nice and subtle all right now I’m just going to take a little bit more and I’m just going to put it right in here the side of my nose I also have some broken capillaries in here which I’ve been trying to get lasered but these haven’t gone away completely and I find that they still need a little highlighting not to highlight them but to make them disappear a little bit today I’m going to be using a liquid makeup by Neutrogena this is Neutrogena Healthy Skin liquid makeup and it is in soft beige number 50 I am NOT a big full face makeup person I never want to look like I’m wearing a mask of makeup or like it’s really caked on their eye I really prefer a much natural look but it’s not going to be a super thick coating and I’m going to try to avoid places where I have some creepiness and wrinkles like it down here around my eyes and down here is where the makeup tends to really get putting it on really get stuck in the wrinkles and hopefully the primer will help with that so okay there I have some of it on the back of my hand on the tips of my fingers and just warm it up and then I just kind of start tapping it around I’m gonna take a little more dotted around on the forehead foreheads a nice place to put on makeup because it’s a very smooth on me uh probably because of the Botox okay and I’m just going to take a little bit more and while I’m doing up in here I’m not doing here all right and then I’m just going to take the rest and rub it under my chin and get all of it off okay so I have this brush that I got at Target and it’s a Sonia Kashuk makeup blending brush so I just take this nice soft tip and then I just kind of swirl this around in little circles to kind of blend the makeup in and you have to go into your hairline because you don’t want any funky lines there here by your eyebrows I do have a couple of red spots and pimples that aren’t completely covered so now we’ll go back in with just a little concealer stick and a sub brand new product all right so now we’re just going to go with this and touch up a few little spots here and there like that guy and this is a really good match for the foundation so I really hardly even need to blend that you can’t even see it then my cat cat scratched me on the channel cat scratch there so I’m just gonna fill that in and of course another pimple yay 15 pimples so happy about that all right now to give this some dimension I’m going to use some bronzer and some blush so I’m just going to take that with my my blush brush I just like to always blow it off and around the edges you know when I bought this I was at Sephora and when the girl tried it on me she applied it all the way from my nose back here and I’m you know I was like what is she doing she also applied my brush my brush I cannot talk today my blush all the way from my nose back here I really don’t like it all the way in there I like to keep it back here I think it looks silly if it goes all the way up there but anyway now that it’s winter and my skin is you know pretty dry I like to use a nice creamy blush so it’ll blend in with my foundation and not just sit on top looking strange so I just you know rub some on my fingers I don’t just write on there and just gives me a nice little flush color right on the apples of my cheeks and then I just like to do a nice kind of straight line right up my cheekbone unfading off into the hairline a little bit more there okay it’s too bad the light from this window is getting really bright so the light is a little harsh right now so if suddenly the background changes is because I’ve turned the other way so the light isn’t so harsh all right so now I’ve changed directions so that that harsh light isn’t just shining across making bad shadows it’s still kind of there but I feel like this is a little better all right so now we’re just going to add a little bit of powder in the t zone just to set the makeup and keep me from getting a little shiny where I usually do so as usual you just grab a little on your brush and then use the lid to work it into the brush and really get it into the bristles and again and below because I feel like on maturing skin there’s nothing worse than a big obvious coating of powder on top and this is such a nice powder because it’s really fine particles and it’s really light and really sheer so you barely even see it so I just like to go across my forehead down my nose and a little bit on the chin as I do get a little shiny there sometimes so that just kind of finishes stopped and blends everything together so next is the I shadow and that is going to go on the eyelid all right so now with my my medium brush I’m going to use this more Tanny color up here all right so I’m going to just go back to the light lighter brush just to grab a tiny bit of this lightest color and just put it right up in the on the brow bone to accentuate that I’m going to use this with the darker shade and I just roll it in there load off and then I’m just putting that right above the crease and a little bit on the outer corner of the eyelid itself then I’m just going to take my medium brush and use that just to do a little blending alright so a little bit of eyeliner I’m gonna do the tightlining and slip it on the outer corner of the bottom I’m just going to smudge that up a little bit all right then we add a coat of mascara and a little lipstick all right so that’s the final look a nice natural everyday look I take my hair out of these clips let my hair down my ponytail so I hope you liked the tutorial and as always thanks for watching and take care bye bye you..