On Wednesday, I had the chance to get a personalized make-up session with Julie, make-up artist for Bobbi Brown.
I have already shown you some of my products in this post, but I decided to get some advice from the source, this time about make-up, and how to get a nice, fresh and durable look.
Once again, I noticed I didn’t know anything about how to put on make-up, and came out VERY satisfied afterwards.
Julie first applied some concealer in a “Natural” tone followed by an awesome foundation (never thought I would say this about a foundation) with a soft brush. The color “Natural” was just perfect for my skin tone, and the fact that it didn’t litterally cover my skin, but just unified it, and gave me a fresh look (needed after a day of work) felt great. I fell for it! She also showed me a touch up stick, very practical to take with you, in your bag, but wit a much higher coverage effect, which I don’t really like.
The concealer and foundation, when applied under your eyes, always have to be place in th corner only, to avoid having to much and having a fat layer under your eyes.