<p begin="00:00:10.00" dur="00:00:09.00">You don’t have to be celebrity to look like one. To get that red carpet look for your big event I’m going to unveil some of my top red carpet make-up tips.</p><p begin="00:00:19.00" dur="00:00:11.00">First off I'm starting with a clean, well moisturized face and then I'm going to go into an HD foundation.</p><p begin="00:00:30.00" dur="00:00:11.00">HD stands for High Definition. A lot of the celebrities are wearing this for red carpet because when the light hits it, it blurs the imperfections on the face.</p><p begin="00:00:41.00" dur="00:00:21.00">Once you have all the face, you want to bring it right down the neck, blending it really well with your sponge, and into the neck.</p><p begin="00:01:02.00" dur="00:00:08.00">So, once you’ve finished smoothing the foundation all over the face, you want to take a fine tipped brush and dip it in the concealer and just go over some of the little imperfections.</p><p begin="00:01:10.00" dur="00:00:21.00">…and blot them a little bit with your finger for a more natural blurred effect. A little around the nose. And then you want to do a little bit under the eyes with a little bit bigger brush.</p><p begin="00:01:31.00" dur="00:00:16.00">Next you want to dust with a little light translucent powder just to set the foundation. You still have a nice fresh glow.</p><p begin="00:01:47.00" dur="00:00:16.00">If you’re going to have your photo taken at your big event you want to add some contouring to your face because when you taking your photos you lose height of your features so we want to bring those out a little bit more.</p><p begin="00:02:03.00" dur="00:00:29.00">So, take your contouring powder with your fan brush and just lightly dust around the perimeter of your face. Focus on the features, underneath the cheekbones, even around the nose. Under the chin to give it a little bit of a sharper edge.</p><p begin="00:02:32.00" dur="00:00:20.00">Next up I would love to show you the smoky glamour eye that’s very popular. I’m going to start with a gray tone. I’m going to take it with a medium fluffy brush and just brush it across the lid of the eye.</p>
Christina Turino, Makeup Artist continued...:
<p begin="00:02:52.00" dur="00:00:19.00">Back and forth. Blending is really important. You don’t want to have that harsh line around the eye. You don’t want to go over the socket line. And for better blending you want to take a blending brush and just go right on top of that and just smooth it in.</p><p begin="00:003:11.00" dur="00:00:22.00">So, then you want to just go all around the eye. I have a smudging brush and I’m just sticking to the lash line and bringing it all around. And just smudge it.</p>
Christina Turino, Makeup Artist (Continued):
<p begin="00:03:33.00" dur="00:00:27.00">Add right here on the top of her lash line. And I’m going to blend that with my blender brush. The same brush that I used to use the smoky color on her lid. Just blend it.</p><p begin="00:04:00.00" dur="00:00:06.00">Women are very intimidated by lashes because they don’t know how to apply them.</p><p begin="00:04:06.00" dur="00:00:13.00">So, I’m going to put glue all across the lash line. And then I like to take a skinny little tool and be ready because you want to kind of set it in the eye. I’m going right into the eye now. Make sure it goes really close to your lash-line.</p><p begin="00:04:19.00" dur="00:00:10.00">You want it to look as natural as possible. I always say go for the lashes. You don’t have to do a full strip like I just did now.</p><p begin="00:04:20.00" dur="00:00:18.00">And sometimes they look too fake but if you get a natural lash or you can even cut them on the corners and put them on the ends.</p>
<p begin="00:04:38.00" dur="00:00:09.00">Wow, look at that. Extra added glamour. We love that.</p><p begin="00:04:47.00" dur="00:00:19.00">Next thing is defining your eyebrows. Use your brush and then take a pencil and just fill in all the little spaces. You still want it to look natural. You don’t want to have a hard line around eyebrows, so just take your brush and brush through.</p><p begin="00:05:06.00" dur="00:00:31.00">See how more natural that looks? Now that we’ve got that perfect smoky look I’m going to add a little pop of blush on her cheeks. You want to put it on the apples of your cheeks. You can even put it just a little bit under the cheekbone.</p>
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<p begin="00:05:37.00" dur="00:00:23.00">Now to complete that Red Carpet look we’re going to rock the classic red lip.
I’m going to line the lips right on her natural lip line with a lipliner. You have to be very careful with this because you don't want to have it going over the lip.</p><p begin="00:06:00.00" dur="00:00:17.00">There's several different types of reds you can play with. I’m doing more of a blue red.
People with lighter skin should do more of a bluish undertone red and darker skins can do more of a berry red.</p><p begin="00:06:17.00" dur="00:00:14.00">Now that you’ve filled in your whole entire lip with the red liner you want to take your favorite red lipstick and just go right on top. And this you can just keep in your purse for touch ups later in the evening.</p><p begin="00:06:31.00" dur="00:00:12.00">There we have it. You have your smoky eye, your classic red lip, you’re ready for a big night out.</p>