level three: fuller brows meet retro natural

before you start:

you will want to prep your face, or your model’s face, before following along with this video. you will also need to apply concealer, foundation, and powder.

what you’ll need:

  • classic eyelash curler
  • mascara
  • eyebrow pencil – one shade lighter than your model’s brows
  • eyebrow powder – slightly darker than your model’s brows
  • matte beige creme eyeshadow
  • matte white eyeshadow
  • dark matte taupe eyeshadow
  • black eyeshadow
  • black eyeliner pencil
  • black liquid eyeliner pencil
  • false lashes
  • eyelash adhesive
  • bronzer
  • concealer
  • pale beige lip gloss
  • brow brush
  • angled eyebrow #1
  • midtone #11
  • eyeshadow #13
  • flat liner #18
  • eyeshadow #22
  • blending #28
  • fine eyeliner #41
  • detail powder/blush #73
  • lip #80

about this video:

as a working professional (or perhaps as someone who has a deep-set eye!) you are going to find yourself in situations where deep-set eye clients desire a more dramatic look for the many different types of special occasions and events happening in their lives.

the smoky eye is the most common go-to dramatic makeup looks, but in the case of the deep-set eye the smoky eye is not compatible and should not be used.

in this video, robert is going to show you how to create plenty of drama for a deep-set eye!