Sheer cover makeup can be carefully applied in one of a few different ways depending on your preferences. Get application tips for sheer cover makeup for honey skin with help from a makeup artist and instructor in this free video clip.
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Hi, I'm Daniela Rowson, and I'm a makeup artist. I'm going to give you a few tips on how to use sheer makeup. So the products that we will use are tinted moisturizer, cream eye shadow, blush, mascara, lip gloss, foundation brush, and a good fluffy blending brush. To get a really nice sheer coverage on your skin you want to use a tinted moisturizer. This will even out your skin tone and it will make you feel like you are not wearing a lot of foundation. So it will moisturize and just look very nice and glowy on the skin. We are also going to use the cream eye shadow and I picked a softer color which is more of a peachy shimmery tone. And this will just make your eyes pop with giving it a tiny bit of color. The next step is your blush. I picked a mineralized blush. It has more of a lighter coverage on the skin and it blends right into the skin. And we are actually going to use the same foundation brush, because we already have a little bit of that residue from the tinted moisturizer and putting it with the blush it will melt right into your skin. So we are just going to make little circle motions when we put it on. One of the last steps is putting on mascara. Make sure that you pick a mascara that's not too heavy or too clumpy. You want it to look natural. And don't do more then two coats because that will make it look really heavy. And then our last step will be just a sheer gloss. Nothing with lots of color, just a little shimmer. And it will just make your lips pop and it will make you look fresh. So make sure for a sheer finish you use the right products like a tinted moisturizer. And it's really important too with mascara that you don't use too much mascara cause you want it to look natural. So no more than two coats. Again, my name is Daniela Rowson and thanks for watching.