Janeen Loria: Beautiful, full lips. She can wear a lighter color and a lot of gloss with those big eyes.Start with a moisturizer or a gloss. This one's both. All over the bottom and top lip. And then...She's young. She doesn't have any dry skin problems. Full lips. I'm just going straight for the lipstick, skipping the liner. As long as you put it on with a brush, you'll get it shaped.I actually did her whole lip in some gloss and now I'm putting color on top of that and shaping her lip with my pencil, with my brush.I'm going to use kind of a silvery, white gloss right on top. Gives it more of an opalescent look and that's the last thing I'm doing to that lip.Ok, and we'll finish it out with your cheek color and you're on your way. That hopefully shouldn't take you more than 15 minutes.Blush right on your cheeks.Very, almost haphazardly. You don't want to make designs with blush. You just want it to go on sporadically.
Melissa: So that rule of sucking your cheekbones and putting it on like that is no longer.
Janeen Loria: No. Remember, I said there weren't any rules.Swirl your blush. Kind of swirling is a good word to kind of stick to 'cause you do want it a little on the forehead and in the apples of the cheek.There you go. You are done.