Makeup can be applied in a very specific way to cover up redness on your face. Apply makeup to cover up redness for olive skin with help from a makeup artist in this free video clip.
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Hi guys, I'm Maribel Barker and today well be talking about redness. Sometimes people have it on their cheeks or their foreheads but we all want to cover it up. So a good way to cover it up for olive skin tone is using something that matches your skin exactly that will actually cover it all up. So when you're putting things on to cover up redness normally just a foundation is going to do so that's what we're going to show you on how to cover it up. Alright so when putting on foundation you can use sponges, brush. I'm going to use a brush today. So I've already picked out a color that matches my skin tone and we're going to use about a pea size maybe a slight bit more but remember, more is less. So I'm going to start putting it on with my brush. And a trick to make sure that people don't know you've caked on makeup or anything is to bring a little bit of that foundation on your ears and also down onto your neck. Alright once your foundation is on you want to put a translucent powder to help set it. Otherwise, it's not going to stay all day. Remember dab your brush so you don't get too much powder on. I also like to put some of that powder over my eyelids. Sometimes I get a little, sometimes it gets a little bit oily and I don't want any of my eye shadows to crease once they're on. Alright guys, don't forget to match your skin tone. You don't want anything lighter or anything much darker and put powder on to help make it last all day. Remember, neck and ears helps to make it blend in a little bit better. Thanks guys and have a great day. I'm Maribel Barker.