Posts Tagged ‘high’

BEAUTICIAN MAGICIAN

TUTORIAL & PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMY NADINE, GRAPHIC DESIGN BY EUNICE CHUN

This tutorial was created especially for those whose cheekbones haven’t come in yet! I grew up on the extreme end of chubby cheeks… borderline chipmunk cheeks that people loved to pinch (which made me cringe!). My mom always said “don’t worry honey, your cheekbones will come in when you’re 25″ and low and behold they did! But what do you do until then (besides embracing them)? The High Flush of course! This makes your cheeks appear higher and smaller than they actually are. Here’s how:

TOOLS:

STEPS:

  1. Swirl the brush across the powder and give it a tap against your counter. Place it on the top outer corner of the apple as demonstrated above.
  2. Now sweep the brush towards your temple.

If you want to really slim and hollow out your cheeks, pair this with my Contouring 101 Tutorial.

RAISING EYEBROWS

POST + PHOTOS BY AMY NADINE, GRAPHIC DESIGN BY EUNICE CHUN

For those of you who don’t feel comfortable filling in your eyebrows, either because you like a more natural look or because it’s more effort than you’re willing to exert in the morning, this instant and subtle brow technique is for you! The only part that you fill in is the arch, also known as the High Point. You literally are drawing this figure ^ at the top of your arch, leaving the rest of it natural. Then brush brow gel through the hairs in the directions above. It’s a quick technique but has a big payoff: more of an arched and raised brow that makes your eyes look more awake and younger! Here’s how: (more…)