10 Tips To Look Great|Media Makeup

Runway to Wardrobe wearing Ooby ryn

1. Brushes…you can’t do a professional job without good brushes baby, blending is where it is all at so arm yourself with a set of at least five tools of the trade minimum.

Bella Vi have smaller quality brush packs

2. Brows…that is where it is at this season nice big thick even hairy brows get some while you can or use a light brown eyeshadow to fill and extent yours out.  Use your tweezers and stay away from threading as they seem to over pluck on the top of the brow

3. Red lips…you just can’t beat them they suit everyone and always catch the eye, blue or orange tone either way just get the one that suits your skin tone best.

4. Smokey eye…suits everyone, black is good but you can try navy, purple, green, orange is huge this year pop it on your eye lid and blend it out, add whip of eye liner top and bottom and blend baby blend

5. Touch ups…if you want your makeup to stay on all day you must prep your skin, whether it be with an expensive primer or just a concealer and powder this will stop your makeup from literally slipping off your face from the oil being excreted from your skin.

6. Skin…good skin people, health, diet, exercise, water and sleep this is just the start of creating the perfect palette for your makeup to be applied and adhere to. Skincare should be natural and some of the New Zealand brands are Madeleine Ritchie   or Tea Tree Manor


7. Dual action…if your skin is good your tinted moisturiser can be used as a foundation as well, great for daytime when you don’t need a lot of coverage. I use the Garnier Tinted Moisteriser it is around $10 and it lasts for months and you can get it from the supermarket!

8. Fluffy brushes….I love this tip, use a fluffy eye liner brush instead of using a thin hard whisp of a brush to create a blended line instead of a hard thin line.

9. Fixer spray…yes it is another “add on” product but it is perfect for the day to night, or for night clubbing. You’ve done all of the hard work and you want it to stay that way fixer spray is a great way to achieve this. I like the MAC Fixer Spray but you can use a plaster spray from your local chemist


10. Fun…have fun with your makeup it does wash off so if you make a mistake you can always remove it. It is easier if you leave your foundation powder till the end then any fall out you create can be wiped away easily like an eraser and powder afterward.

If there are any products that you would like me to trial please simply leave a comment

Bianca dressed by  www.oobyryn.co.nz
Bianca Fallon|Beauty.Hair.Makeup|Freelance Makeup Artist
Cellular: 027 276 9545
Office: 09 443 7922



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