Today is the day you’re finally going to get up off the couch and beat that canvas (aka your precious face), because Eva Young would want you to. Please, if Eva can serve us lewks while in her last year of her PharmD program, you can put on a full face for a trip to your mailbox. Follow along Eva’s tutorial and thank us later.
First off, obviously it needs to be said that you should do what you want with your brows, but Eva starts with glueing them down because that’s a drag rule from the gods. She then adds foundation all over the top half of her face. After, she applies a white base to her eyelids. Le eyes are snatched!
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For her eye look, she begins with a bright pink shade all over her lid, under the eye, and up to her hairline for a winged look. Next, she applies a yellow-ish, lime green color to the inner corners and a darker pink color for the outer end. She then gets real creative with the whole thing by outlining her crease with a white liner and sprinkling some sparkle on it.
Eva went on to the rest of her face where she powdered, contoured, and bronzed—the whole nine yards. With some falsies, a few more touches of face products, and a glossy red lip, Eva Young put on her get-up—headpiece and all—and had us all shooketh and inspired.
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