Save time and avoid fallout by doing eye makeup before your foundation and concealer. Keep your routine hassle-free and flawless
Avoid heavy-handed looks by balancing your focus on all areas of the face. Tiny imperfections visible up close aren't noticeable to others.
Blot excess blush with concealer and a sponge to correct mistakes before reapplication, achieving a soft and flawless look.
Finalize foundation with fluffy brush for contour and edges. Clean brush essential to blend, not add more product.
Guide Beauty's Guide Wand, with bent rubber tip, is my favorite eyeliner tool. Designed by disabled makeup artist, prioritizing those with disabilities.
Perfect cut crease shape with stencil base. Use small paddle brush and concealer for precise detailing.
Hold magnifying mirrors close for accuracy. Cut and sand detail brushes for comfortable and safe use near eyes and mirror.
Apply makeup on one eye while magnifying details with flip lens for the other eye.
It is easy for a visually impaired person to misjudge how much product is on a brush. More product can always be added later, but taking it away once it is on is more difficult. Applying the lightest color first provides a
To ensure symmetrical blending, find brush matching eye length. Measure from corner to shadow edge. Use as a tool to balance both sides evenly.