Video: How to Do Makeup for Dark Circles: Honey Skin

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Makeup can be used to cover dark circles under your eyes. Do makeup for dark circles for honey skin with help from a makeup artist and instructor in this free video clip.

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Daniela Rowson

Daniela Rowson

http://www.danielarowson.com/

As a Utah Makeup Artist and Instructor, Daniela Rowson has extensive experience ranging from brides and fashion shows to special events, photo shoots, teaching various cosmetology schools' classes and even the prestigious Sundance Film Festival, where she has done makeup for VIP celebrities. She has also worked with world renowned filmmaker, Kalvin Lazarte of Milk Studios, who has filmed for New York Fashion Week, M.A.C., Marc Jacobs, and many more. Rowson has additional makeup artistry experience through working with Miss Utah USA and Miss Teen Utah USA. She has been working for M.A.C. Cosmetics in Salt Lake City, Utah for the past several years. Rowson ambitiously seeks to grow as an artist and is willing to work virtually anywhere in the world.

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Hi, I'm Daniela Rowson, and I'm a makeup artist. And I'm going to show you how to hide dark circles. The products you will need are, a good brightening concealer, finishing powder. And the brushes we will use are, a powder brush, and a blending brush. Our first step, we want to use a really good highlighting concealer. So, you want to go about a shade lighter than what your actual skin color is. You're just going to put a little bit on there and then, get your blending brush and get a tiny bit on there. A little bit goes a long way, so you don't need too much on there. And then, we're going to get right under the eye. And make sure you pick the right consistency of concealer, there's all kinds out there. So, what I chose was a medium coverage concealer, it's something that will stay on longer. So, a long wearing concealer for me. If your skin is dry, make sure that you pick a concealer that's moisturizing, so it doesn't show too much texture. And with going a shade lighter, this will brighten up the eye and take away those dark circles. And it'll make you look nice and refreshed, like you've got lots of sleep. And our last step would be, putting on the finishing powder. So, we're just going to get a tiny bit, and just tap it off, so you don't have too much powder on there. This finishing powder will help it, so it sticks on there and it's not going to crease the concealer. Because sometimes you get a little more oil down here, and it makes little creases. So, this powder will make sure it stays on and looks smooth and stays all day. And again, remember to use a really good concealer that's a shade lighter than your actual skin. And make sure that you pick out the right consistency of concealer. So that it looks the best on your skin. Again, I'm Daniela Rowson, and I hope this tip helped, thank you.

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