With a clean, moisturized face, we added Farsali Unicorn Essence ($54) skin serum to prime the face and add a bit of radiance to the skin. Her skin is already moist, so we do not need to add any extra moisture.
For foundation, we applied NARS Sheer Glow Foundation ($47) with the Sephora #56 PRO Flawless Airbrush Foundation Brush ($32). We mixed both of the shades “Stromboli” and “Punjab” to get her perfect color match. This foundation provided her with a medium-med/full coverage.
To brighten up her under-eyes, and to give a bit of dimension to her face, we used Tarte Shape Tape Concealer ($27) in the shades “Light-Neutral” and “Medium”. To blend it out, we used a dampened Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge ($6). Quickly, before she creates any creases under her eyes by smiling/blinking, we set her under-eyes with RCMA No-Color Powder ($12). We continue setting her face with a large powder puff using light, press-and-roll motions, being careful not to use wiping motions (which could alter the foundation placement).
To add some warmth to her face, We used MAC Deep-dark Mineralize Skinfinish Natural ($34). I didn’t do much contouring, but I contoured her nose with Anastasia Contour Kit ($40) in Light/Medium on her nose, to slim it out. For some color on her cheeks, we applied a little bit of NARS Unlawful Blush ($30), which is a warm pink with silver flecks of shimmer. Because her skin is very smooth and pores aren’t obvious, this blush looks really beautiful with her skintone. I would not recommend this shade (because of the shimmer) if you have enlarged or clogged pores on your cheeks. To make her face glow, we used Anastasia Nicole Guerriero Glow Kit (Limited edition, no longer available) on the high points of her cheeks, the bridge of her nose, her cupids bow and her brow bone.
For her eyes, we used the Anastasia Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette ($42). First, with a fluffy blending brush, I applied Buon Fresco through her crease and blended the color up and outward. I also smudged it on her lower lash line. Then with a pencil brush, applied Antique Bronze through her crease, outer-v and lightly deepened her lower lash line. I applied Tempera in her inner corner with a little Vermeer, as well as on her brow bone. I used Cyprus Umber to lightly deepen the outer edges. On her lid, I applied MAC Dazzleshadow in “Last Dance” (Limited edition, no longer available) with a wet brush to give a more metallic look. For the glitter through her crease, I applied NYX Liquid Crystal Liner ($4.50) in “Crystal Silk”, which is a light, shimmery gold. We gave her winged eyeliner with MAC Chromaline Black Eyeliner ($21). For mascara we used MAC InstaCurl Lash Mascara ($23), and to complete the look, applied CosMania Lashes for Days High Drama False Lashes (found at TJMAXX) with DUO lash glue. We kept her waterline bare.
For her lips, we applied Kat Von D Everlasting Lip Liner ($18) in “Bow & Arrow” and Bite Beauty Amuse Bouche Lipstick ($26) in the shade Meringue”. I added a little gloss in the center of her lips for shine.