STEP 1. Prep the skin with MAC Strobe Cream.
STEP 2. Apply a primer such as Smashbox Photo Finish Primer to the forehead, nose and chin area and blend outwards towards the ear.
STEP 3. Using a Medium coverage foundation, here I used MAC Studio Fix in NC20, blend it with a stipple brush or fingers in light movements over the skin.
STEP 4. Take a pinky toned concealer, I used Mac Pro Longwear Concealer in NW 20, and apply it sparingly under the eye and across the lid.
STEP 5. Conceal around the nose and chin area with a concealer, here I used MAC Select Cover Up in NC 20. Set with a Translucent powder, I used Mac Blot Powder in light.
STEP 6. Apply MAC Paint Pot in Indianwood across the lid.
STEP 7. Take the paint pot underneath the eye, under the lash line and keep softening it out so it doesn’t look like a line.
STEP 8. Using a dark brown pat it onto the outer corners of the eye and blend it underneath the eye also, bringing it in only a little. You can rim the entire eye if your eyes are quite large.
STEP 9. Take a medium brown shadow and blend it back and forth in the socket to blend and soften in the socket line.
STEP 10. Line the eye with a Gel liner. I prefer Inglot’s liner in no. 77.
STEP 11. Add mascara to upper and lower lashes and individual lashes in medium and short. Define the brows with a brow pencil. Here I used MAC Fling.
STEP 12. Define the hollows of the cheeks with a little matte powder and add a highlighter over the cheek bones. I used MAC Mineralise Skin Finish in Medium Dark and MAC Soft and Gentle.
STEP 13. Add a nude peach blush to the apples of the cheeks.
STEP 14. Finish with a subtle lippie. Here I used MAC Patisserie.