Wednesday, August 9, 2017


nnovative make-up specialist Trish McEvoy has been modifying the head of beauty since beginning her company in the mid-70s. Taking a classic way of make-up over pursuing styles, she's an power on the power of products whatever your age. We requested her how to use them for youth-boosting impact, and her tips are professional. "As you age you lose the meaning of your features," McEvoy says. "To look more youthful, restore the meaning." Here's how:
1. Your eyes
"When you are young your eyelash are dense and near together, which create your sight look bigger, and describes their form. As we age, the eyelash range becomes less noticeable, because the eyelash are sparser. The solution here is to provide the impression of eyelash that are near together – you get this with the unseen eye coating strategy also known as a 'tight line' [where you are applying eye liner to the top waterline]. This makes the impression of bigger eyelash by going where mascara can't. I also use an eyelash roller to open the eye before implementing mascara."

"When dealing with under-eye issues, try implementing whitening cover-up in an upside-down triangular, that's what I call my 'Triangle of Light' strategy, and combination it in. This not only fixes night but the form of the application increases the cheekbone while including mild and volume to the center of the head for a fresh, raised look."
2. Your brows
"Eyebrows are important, many women over-tweeze or have specialists eliminate too much hair. That, plus loss of color on the eye-brows as we age, takes away from the structure. A young temple is a bigger temple, and a temple that has an even overall tone.
"To achieve this look, use temple mascara, to determine and build the temple, and determine with a pen, to structure the head and provide the impact of a full temple."
3. Your lips
"To restore the look of bigger lips–which completely deflate as we age–proper wetness is a must. First, moisturize the lip with a cream structure, like my Lip Perfector, and then use a wetness centered lip color in a less heavy overall tone to your own lip color. Light shades create the mouth look bigger, black shades create the mouth look smaller. Look for blue-based, light red shades, as these will create the tooth less heavy compared to a color that has an lemon base which can create the tooth more yellow-colored in overall tone. Lastly, range your mouth after lip stick. This is a strategy that perfects your lip color while gently interpreting the form of the mouth."

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