Graduation ceremony of IMS makeup school

A blush that’s a shade darker than your natural skin tone, a highlighter or powder that’s a shade lighter, and a brush to mix it all together Using a powder that is slightly darker than your skin, draw a line across your cheekbone. Blend it in from your ear to the corner of your lips. Above the darker line, apply a line of blush of your choosing, blending it in the same direction as the darker line. Dab some highlighter over your blush to really bring up your cheekbones. The heavier powder creates a shadow, but the highlighter draws attention to your cheekbones. Two small blending brushes, a concealer or highlighter that is a few shades lighter than your natural skin tone, and a powder that is a few shades darker. Make a short line with the darker powder on each side of your nose. With the little brush, blend each edge. The highlighter should then be used to draw a line running down the center of your nose between your brows and above your nose. Brush the brush over your skin and massage it in. The highlighter brings attention to the middle of your nose, while the darker powder diffuses the light. Maintain natural-looking, yet tamed, straight arches. Your face will be rounded out by beautiful arches, while it will be lengthened by full, defined brows. Fill in your brows with a pencil, pomade, or microblading if you’ve over-plucked them. Dip your brow brush into pomade and produce light, fluttery hairs starting at the very end of your brow. Apply a touch of highlighter on your brow bone to draw attention to your arch and complete the look.

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