The steps involved are actually fairly simple, but you must follow them carefully. You must also practice them regularly. Applying makeup is just like everything else in that practice makes perfect.
To begin with, you will need to accumulate the following supplies. I'm going to be brand-specific because I want you to get the right thing, but what you do with the information is up to you.
Finally, a disclaimer: If you haven't tried cosmetics before, there is a very small chance you might be allergic to some of these products. Use them at your own risk. Likewise, if you get caught by someone you didn't want to know about this, that is your problem too. I'm just passing along information from a real makeup artist for you to do with as you will.
Once you have assembled your supplies, we can get started!
At this point you shouldn't have any blueness from your beard showing through. If not, keep working at it, it just takes some practice.
a completely opaque product is Dermablend. You can buy this product at better cosmetic stores or directly from Dermablend.com.
It's a little confusing: Dermablend comes in "Chroma" shades. According to the people at Dermablend (now owned by Revlon), Chroma 1 is exactly one shade lighter than Chroma 2, and both are for skins with pink undertones. But Chroma 1 2/3, which you might think is lighter than Chroma 2, is really darker. I don't know why, you have to figure out what works for you. Chroma 2 reminds me of Revlon Colorstay Natural Beige but about half a shade DARKER.
In order to make a cover creme this opaque, you have to use an oil base makeup, like theatrical makeup, so you must use setting powder or it won't work. Dermablend's own setting powder might be the best choice, but it is also pretty expensive. Regular loose powder will work, although it may not last quite as long.
Apply Dermablend with your fingers: Gently swirll around the surface of the Dermablend cup to melt a little bit onto your fingers, then swish it lightly on your face. Do small patches at a time and keep moving. When you have a complete cover, put the powder on VERY heavily and let it set for about 3 minutes. This is important. While you are waiting you can do your eyeliner and eye shadow. Then you can use a powder brush to swish off the excess powder. Follow up with your blush.
Dermablend says their makeup can last up to 18 hours without refreshing but if you are going to be in any humidity I'd strongly suggest ordering their little compressed powder compact in addition to loose powder - to freshen up. Oil based makeup looks very shiny if it gets damp, although more powder always solves this problem.
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