Why is it the best makeup remover (in my eyes)? Every makeup has to come off again, preferably effortless and without causing irritations or drying out sensitive skin. Free of soap and alcohol, Bioderma’s Créaline Eau Démaquillante has proven its efficiency, even under the most harsh fashion show conditions, where within a couple of hours a nude face might follow into a spraypainted look in all colours of the rainbow. Makeup artists know about the popularity of this favourite product and carefully name-label bottles.
One of my favourite primers is Lancôme Effet Miracle, which is real skin perfector. Why? Because it does so well what the job of a primer is: preparing the ground. Smoothening and polishing, it makes everything that may follow look better. A primer which has also a great effect worn on its own But what I like almost best is to use it on its own: its velvety texture beautifies and softens, pores appear smaller, small wrinkles are blurred. The perfect solution for anybody who feels foundation is too heavy
Dizzying curves all day… Always one of my favourite staples, I use eyelash curlers on almost everyone. They instantly “open” the eye, whichever mascara I’ll apply afterwards (never before or you risk breaking your lashes!). If you have naturally dark lashes you might not even want to put any mascara on, the curling adding already “expression”. How to choose your eyelash curler To get the full benefit you might want to choose the right curler for your eyes as there are quite some differences to sizes and shapes. A long
A makeup using fresh spring colors, bright green and coral, an invigorating combination also in winter. The green eyeliner I used in this video is actually a powder eyeshadow, which I applied with a moist eyeliner brush. Basically all powder eyeshadows can be thus transformed into eyeliner. THE PRODUCTS I USED IN THIS VIDEO : Corrector: Shu Uemura, Point Cealer, col. medium light / Brush: MAC, Pinceau rond, pointu 219 / Compact powder: Shu Uemura, Dual Fit, col. beige / Powder brush: MAC, Gros pinceau biseauté / Eyeshadow: Shu Uemura, col. medium green 575 / Eyeshadow brush: Shu Uemura, Pinceau