Digital Complexion Look 4
Step 1Dermacolor Moisturizer Cream is first of all massaged into the skin for hydration, concentrating on the areas of dry skin around the nose, cheeks and chin. To help balance the skin type the face is then treated using the Digital Complexion Primer for Dry Skin. A fine layer is applied using the Blue Master Foundation Brush Small. To correct the dark pigmentation under the eyes, Digital Complexion Neutralizer (DCN 46), is gently stippled on using the Blue Master Concealer Brush. The edges of the application are then gently blended with the Blue Master Blending Brush Small without effecting the concentration of color over the pigmentation.
Step 2To conceal the corrector Digital Complexion Concealer (Y 27) and Digital Complexion Concealer (P 07), are mixed together and then gentle pressed over the neutralizer with the Blue Master Multi-Purpose Blender Small. These color selections both conceal and help to brighten under the eyes. Digital Complexion Cream is then selected as the foundation. Digital Complexion Cream Foundation (O 17) and Digital Complexion Cream Foundation (D 34) are mixed together on a Make-up Blending Plate with the Make-up Mixing Spatula. This custom skin tone is then blended evenly across the face using the Blue Master Foundation Brush Large.
Step 3For a gentle highlighter Digital Complexion Cream Foundation (O 17) is blended into the base color using the Blue Master Multi-Purpose Blender Brush Large. The highlight is focused on the top of the cheekbones and bridge of the nose, brow bone and chin. In contrast Digital Complexion Cream Foundation (D 34) is chosen as a soft contour and used to sculpt the face. The main concentration for shading is placed under the cheekbones and around the hair line. Using a soft powder brush Digital Complexion Finish is then dusted on in the areas that require setting or to control shine. A hint of Lipstick Sheer (eva) and Eyebrow Powder (dark) completes this fresh look.