To create a “wet look” on Samantha, there was no setting powder used after the foundation was applied. Once setting powder is on, then you can no longer achieve a satin or dewy look. Around her eyes is a cream eye shadow that consists of mainly purples and browns to bring out the subtle green colours in her eye. The dewy look ultimately creates any look ranging from a beachy fashion to a temptress glaze. Dewy skin is more commonly used for dry skin, where matte finishes are more appropriate for oilier skin types – however each look works for either skin type.
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Teresa is displaying a classic smokey eye makeup that is uniquely applied in techniques that best suit her face shape and structure. Since she has naturally wide spread eyes, one must be careful not to extend the outside corners of the eyes too far out resulting in visually pulling the eyes further apart. Black eye shadow was applied over the entire bottom half of the eyelid and was attentively blended onto the crease just slightly extending over the brow bone. When creating a smokey eye look, it is very important to have proportions of eye shadow to eyelid balanced and symmetrical. Since black, or other dark colours leave a strong statement, its important that you have a balanced a proportionate statement!