Applying Concelaer for Dark Skin:
Aside from hiding dark circles under the eyes,
itís also brilliant at covering up imperfections and blemishes.
Application: To cover up imperfections, apply concealer in small quantities
over under eye circles and your T-zone, then use your finger to blend
outwards towards the edge of your face until your skin absorbs it.
Applying Foundation for Dark Skin:
Lightly apply a little bit on the T-zone.
If you have smooth skin, you don't need a lot, you'll just want to even it out
a little bit.
Choose a foundation color that has some yellow in it.
Go for variations on beige with light reflecting shimmer, peach for a healthy glow,
and golden ochre to illuminate your face. You only want to apply
where it is necessary, not underneath your throat or anything like that.
We're only just retouching and evening out the skin tone.
Applying Powder for Dark Skin:
For a dazzling glow, play with golden shimmer
that sparkles beautifully on matte skin. Beige and ivory add light, rosy and pink
shades are delicate and silky if you like a romantic look,
and shimmering pink reflects light for a gorgeous harmonious base.
Applying Eye Makeup for Dark Skin:
Dark comlexions also have dark circles, so that's why using a concealer is
very important. Apply it both underneath the eyes and above the eyes.
Apply a color olive green. Do the whole lid and don't go too high just yet
and then build up at the corner,keeping it still soft and light.
Highlight a little bit at the bottom, so you can see that nice green. It's really all
in the application because you don't want to pick up a lot of color,
you want to start with a little bit and then build up.
Then go straight to the liner. You can use a concealer brush and wet it
with water and pick up the cream liner right now and add that touch
before you do the last step.
Color in the roots of the lashes. On medium to darker skin tone you can
get away with using a lot of different colors. You can use a black, purple,
midnight blue, dark green. As long as the color is dark, so that it shows up.
For more info, download Applying Makeup For Dark Skin, a free ebook.