Eric has training spanning over 20 years from the Makeup Academy School of Beauty in San Francisco, MAC Pro Cosmetics, Makeup Forever, Smashbox, Bobbi Brown, Senna Cosmetics, Prescriptives, Black Opal, Devezin Cosmetics Los Angeles, etc. For many years he worked as an assistant for the Allen Edwards and Aveda Kriza salons in LA. He now freelances in a LA salon where makeup and skin care are offered and also provides freelance makeup artist services to local modeling agencies.
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SUMMER Beauty Challenge [DAY 2]
How is it going? How are you feeling so far? Here is your challenge for DAY 2!
Summer Beauty Challenge Day 2:Wear a color you haven't worn in a while
is easy to fall into the routine and wear the same blush and eye shadow colors
again and again. Today let's make a conscious effort to choose a color you
like, but haven't worn in a while. Do you like red, orange, aqua,
fuchsia? Let's do this!
A coral eye shadow will never work without a healthy dose of confidence. Never pick a color like that and half-ass it.
If you’re going for a bright, out-there color like orange or yellow,
you have to commit to it. That means not blending it out until it’s so
sheer that you can barely see it. Make sure it’s a strong color.
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How to Keep Your Lipstick On Longer
Take a tissue and separate it into two halves. Place one sheet on your lips and dust a translucent powder or HD Powder over the lips, through the tissue. This is a trick you'll see makeup artists doing backstage at fashion shows. This sets the color, without depositing a layer of powder.
Lightly apply a bit more lipstick and your lip color is ready to go the distance!
How to Perfect Your Highlighter
Using your finger tips or a small soft brush apply the highlighter right underneath your brow bone and blend. Sweep the highlighter down the bridge of your nose with a soft brush. If you’d rather not bring attention to your nose, you can use whatever is left on your brush from the previous step for just a hint of shimmer.
Here’s where most people make a mistake—highlighter should go above your cheekbones, not on the apples of your cheeks. Dip a wide, soft face brush into the highlighter, tap off the excess on your wrist, and apply it above your chee…