1. Apply a pre-base to counteract facial imperfections and then apply a foundation.
2. With a brush apply the illuminator on the cheekbone leaving a distance of one centimeter of the eye to not mark the lines of expression. Blend well.
3. Apply over the arch of the eyebrow to achieve luminosity in the look. Applies to the nasal septum to get a straighter nose effect, Apply in the philtrum to define the shape of the lips Apply on the chin to accentuate it. We can also apply them just below the eyebrow and in the lacrimal to give light to the look.
If you perform the strobing technique with a concealer choose one or two shades lighter than your skin.
Help yourself with a blender sponge to blend well. Apply it under the eye (under the dark circles) making an inverted triangle from the tear to the fin of the nose and from there to the temple.
The result you are going to achieve is a luminous look. Then we made another inverted triangle in the area between the eyebrows to the nasal septum. Finally, do not forget to apply it on the chin and on the philtrum
You can also perform the technique with a matte shadow in a light tone, such as a beige matte shadow or a yellow shadow when you wear a heavy makeup such as smoked makeup.
It is applied around the eye, arch of the eyebrow and lacrimal.
If you have done an outline, you can apply it below it.
– Choose the right illuminator for your skin tone. It should be 1 or 2 lighter shades.
– When you apply the illuminator do it with natural light, so you will see the real effect you get.
– Do not apply illuminator in areas where there are wrinkles.
– Do the strobing if you have clear skin, this technique in tanned skin is very artificial.
– Do not apply illuminators with glitter or with metallic effect.
– If you have oily skin choose to perform the technique with the illuminating powder.