With singing, songwriting, and modeling, it’s quite difficult for Teyana Taylor not to showcase her pretty, strong features. Her focal points, the eyes, cheeks, and lips drive you to imitation. This spotless reminiscent baby doll face is “Google” worthy.” Her face can be worn during both day and night and still be coined fabulous and appropriate. Got face? Consider these applications for Teyana’s look:
FACE: The airbrush finished look is much desired, but not always perfected. To achieve, try Maybelline’s Airbrush Finish Dream Liquid Mousse. Apply a thin layer to your face with a sponge covering all blemishes evenly. This foundation leaves you with a smooth flawless appearance. As an added bonus, try Maybelline’s Mineral Powder Bronzer as a topcoat to give you a golden glow.
EYES: Dab with your fingertip a small amount of MAC pigment in Silver Fog to the inner corner of your eyes. Line the eyes over and under with a black eyeliner pencil in Smolder by MAC. Applying liner to the top and bottom defines and creates a sexy, dramatic eye. Plump up your lashes by applying two coats of Maybelline Falsies Volume Express mascara to the top and bottom lashes. Falsies give you the extra volume and length to bat your lashes non-stop.
CHEEKS: Clown-crazed cheeks have never been appealing. A soft, subtle, rosy cheek is the desired target. Rosy cheeks at their best call for just the right amount of blush. Lancome’s Oil-Free Powder Blush in Aplum trails a perfect porcelain doll effect when used properly. Apply upward strokes to the cheeks with a thick, soft blush brush. Good Karma, a fluffy, angled brush by Urban Decay gives you the option of natural or precise shading. Careful not to go overboard during application, less is more.
LIPS: To get Teyana’s luscious lips, opt for Dior Addict Ultra-Gloss in Luminescent Rose. This creamy concoction goes on smooth and leaves you with a shiny pucker. Not plump enough? No worries! This gloss contains a polymer gel, which instantly adds volume to your lips. A fleshy, desirable pout is the result.
Better to enhance your beauty, than to overpower it. Use your makeup sparingly for the best effect.
—— By: Dawn Phillips (JournalisticChic)