Table of Contents & Time Codes

1:00 - Intro to the whole series

2:01 - Before we begin

3:45 - What is contouring?

5:15 - Two common mistakes

7:02 - Contour pattern guide

10:38 - Start of tutorial

17:11 - Applying shadow with creams

25:07 - Applying highlight with creams

28:09 - Blending cream contour

36:00 - Applying setting powder

39:26 - Defining contour with powders

48:44 - How to fix a mistake

52:04 - Contouring last touches

55:05 - Drawing realistic eyebrows

1:00:46 - Eye makeup

1:15:43 - Applying false lashes

1:21:22 - Reshaping nostrils

1:22:26 - Lips

1:24:43 - Blush, bronzer, and highlight

1:28:25 - Gluing on a mustache

1:33:32 - Finished look!

For a list of specific products used in this video, please click here.

Products & Tools You’ll Need to Follow Along:

  • a variety of small to medium sized brushes (6 to 10 in total), both with rigid and fluffy bristles

  • 2 to 3 larger fluffy brushes

  • 3 to 4 makeup sponges (inexpensive ones are fine)

  • A powder puff or flat circular sponge

  • full coverage foundation (preferably made by a special effects brand like Krylon or Ben Nye, not by standard beauty brand)

  • contour creams lighter and darker than your skin tone

  • contour powders (or comparable eye shadows) lighter and darker than your skin tone

  • loose setting powder

  • eye shadow colours in natural hues

  • eyebrow pens and/or pencils in the same colour as your hair / intended wig

  • eyeliner pen or pencil in black or dark brown

  •  mascara

  • waterproof liquid eyeliner 

  • nude shade of lip liner and lipstick 

 

Optional Items:

  • blush, highlight and bronzer

  • setting spray

  • false lashes and lash glue

  • fake moustache and spirit gum

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