Beauty Tips by Baljit Gill

Let's talk setting powderπŸ€—


@lauramercier Translucent loose setting powder is by far my favourite!!!  


Setting powder is honestly the miracle dust for all makeup applications. It is most commonly used to set your foundation to wear longer and crease free. 


Pack it on over your problem areas such as under eye creasing or laugh lines. Let it sit for a few minutes to bake and work its magic!  


@lauramercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder  

@maccosmetics #225 brush to apply the powder  

@maccosmetics #1

Let's talk eye shadow primer.


@maccosmetics pro long-wear paint pot is the glue for your eye shadow  My favorite eye shadow primer! 


Helps your  @maccosmetics pro longwear paint pot in soft ochre 


@maccosmetics #252 brush for the paint pot 

@maccosmetics #213 brush for the eyeshadow 

@toofaced chocolate bar eyeshadow palette 

Soft cheeks on fleek!


The application of blush varies from face shape to face shape. 


However, mastering a specific technique can be a serious game changer for your makeup look.   


A great trick to achieve a beautiful blush application is to softly contour under your cheek bone before applying your blush. 


I hope this quick video helps you pickup on a few easy pointers. 

Gel Eyeliner...


I wanted to share with you a quick gel eyeliner application on my bare eyes so you guys can get an up close and personal look at how to apply it. 


I hope this video was helpful and would love your feedback. 

Let's talk about the Orange Corrector!


This is a an easy way to cover these suckers up and sure beats a visit to your local plastic surgeon! 


The Orange Color Corrector actually works wonders on any dark pigmented area on your face! It's a lot easier to use than you may think so here's a quick glimpse on how to apply it.


Blend, cover with your concealer, blend some more, top it off with your favorite foundation and voila!  


Good bye dark circles! 

Let's talk about a basic eyeshadow application!


All you have to do is blend and keep that brush moving. Start your crease in the depth of your outter lid and lightly blend it in towards the middle of your eye! 


@urbandecaycosmetics Naked Heat eye palette  

@inglot_cosmetics eyeliner 77 @kokolashes in 9 to 5 

@maccosmetics brush #224 for crease  @maccosmetics brush #213 for lid  @maccosmetics brush #239 for brow highlight 

@maccosmetics brush #266 for undereye smoke 

Highlight!


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