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Okay Ladies it took me forever but here is my tutorial. I tried to post every step I used. You can click on the pictures for a larger view. Sorry if it is too detailed.Posted Image

EDIT: I just pasted the pics directly here so you don't have to click on anything.

 

 

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I need this because I have no clue about how to apply foundation and concealer. I also love the underplay lipstick and beaux lipglass I will look those up next time I head to mac

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Okay no problem. I only meant to have one. Thanks!Posted Image

 

Originally Posted by Charmaine
Wow Devin, awesome tutorial!!! And I noticed that you also have another thread with the same tutorial. I'm going to go ahead and delete that to keep the forum neat, if that's ok.

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Thank you! I'm glad I could help.Posted Image

 

Originally Posted by barbi53657
I need this because I have no clue about how to apply foundation and concealer. I also love the underplay lipstick and beaux lipglass I will look those up next time I head to mac

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Thanks Trisha!! Do you think the concealer looks too light on me?

 

Originally Posted by Trisha
great tutorial Devin! some of the base products you use (ie concealer) are lighter MAC shades than i expected too!) x

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oh okay. i see what you mean. i didn't know i was that light either, but the mua told me that in order to get that highlighted look you see the stars with that would be the color i needed. before that i used nc40 or nw 40. i like nw30 much better.Posted Image

 

Originally Posted by Trisha
they look perfect on, i just never expected you'd have to go that lighter!

 

when i wore MAC face MU, i wore NC40-43 in the fndts and the MAs only ever picked out concealers for me in the NC35/NW30 range, i never liked the way they looked on me!

 

my Mum wears about NC44-45 so i just figured, she wouldnt be that much lighter in the concealers, but yours look fine, it matches well when applied, so the numbers dont matter x:icon_love

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This is great! Thank you so much for spending the time to do this. I definately learned a lot from it.

 

You rock!

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I love it Devin! Girl, do you even have pores?? Your skin is so smooth and glowy in that first pic, it really makes me jealous! This is probably the 100th time I've said that, but it's still true!Posted Image

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Posted Image No kidding!! I kept looking to see if she had any pores and I clicked each pic Posted ImagePosted Image

Originally Posted by anne7
I love it Devin! Girl, do you even have pores?? Your skin is so smooth and glowy in that first pic, it really makes me jealous! This is probably the 100th time I've said that, but it's still true!Posted Image
Devin-What a great turorial!!! you explained so nicely and the colors look great on you as always :icon_love :icon_love Posted Image Thank you. Posted Image

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Originally Posted by lilla
Posted Image No kidding!! I kept looking to see if she had any pores and I clicked each pic Posted ImagePosted Image
That better be some kind of camera trick, or life just isn't fair. I have plenty on my cheeks to go around.Posted Image Oh, well, I'll try not to hate you too much!Posted Image

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that looks great devin!!!! i know some people have been wanting a natural type of look Posted Image

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Thank you ladies!! I was happy to do it for you guys.

 

Anne and Nilufer that is too funny! I had to laugh when you guys were talking about my skin. Believe me there are no tricks. I know you saw the circles under my eyes.

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Wow! Excellent tutorial, Devin! Posted Image You are so beautiful!

 

I found it very helpful and I wanna try that little trick you did with the coating of loose powder under the eye before doing your e/s. I get frustrated sometimes b/c it falls down there and makes a mess. I don't have any loose powder, though. Posted Image Can I use my select sheer pressed or would it be better to get the loose for this purpose?

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I would suggest getting a cheap loose powder that way you don't waste the good stuff. Something like Cornsilk Loose Powder.

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I hate when the shadow falls on a freshly done face Posted Image

What I do, is I put foundation on and leave the under part of my eyes without anything till the very end. I do my eye shadow, clean up any "spills" and then apply concealer and foundation to that under eye area. It works great!

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Originally Posted by Little_Lisa
Wow! Excellent tutorial, Devin! Posted Image You are so beautiful!

 

I found it very helpful and I wanna try that little trick you did with the coating of loose powder under the eye before doing your e/s. I get frustrated sometimes b/c it falls down there and makes a mess. I don't have any loose powder, though. Posted Image Can I use my select sheer pressed or would it be better to get the loose for this purpose?

i do my foundation after my eye makeup so that i don't have to worry about fall out.

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Devin your tutorial is just PERFECT!!!! I love that you post picks of all the details it's sooo helpful, also I always wanted to see how do someone apply concealer with a brush because I had no idea!!! Devin do more tutorials!!!Posted Image

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