Like most Japanese sunscreens, this goes on greasy but dries to a very matte finish and I mean very. In fact, it is so matte that it made my nose slightly flaky. Plus it gave my skin a ghostly white cast which was so not hot! So yes this may come with a high SPF and pretty models in their ads, but I will not be buying this again.
I have been getting a *lot* of requests for prom makeup tips lately so hopefully this will clear up some of your questions =)
What Products To Wear
This is all up to you. You can wear as many as ten twenty products or as little as five. But no matter what you do, here are some products that I recommend you use:
* Foundation. Even if you do not wear it on a daily basis, you will thank yourself for wearing a little foundation on special occasions. Remember to use one that matches your skin completely. If in doubt, go with a color that is darker instead of lighter because a) a lighter face on a darker neck is just hideous b) if your foundation has light reflecting particles, the flash may make your skin appear lighter than it really is.
* Powder. This should be applied only on oily areas (forehead, chin and nose) with a light hand and for touchups. Powder do not photograph well and it can make you look ten years older.
* Evian Mist/MAC Fix+ Spray. Spritzing this will definitely help keep your makeup looking fresh and dewy.
* Blush. Do remember to put on some blush because the flash in cameras will wash you out.
* Eyelash Curler. Curling your lashes is a must. I repeat, a MUST!
* Lip Balm. Chapped lips are a big no-no so definitely make sure your lips are soft and smooth before you apply anything on top.
What Colors To Wear
Models showed off the gorgeous Dior 2008 Cruise Collection with matching bubblegum makeup in NYC this Monday, attracting celebrities like Penelope Cruz, Charlize Theron, Dita Von Teese and more.
Here is “Cultured” from MAC’s newest Strange Hybrid collectionas requested. The flash on my camera is acting weird so the colors are coming out slightly washed out – sorry!
With a new album coming out, Rihanna ditched her long, girl-next-door locks for a sexier, sleek bob and sultry makeup.