How to really work your Tracie Giles Bespoke Permanent Make Up

How to really work your Tracie Giles Bespoke Permanent Make Up

By Blogger Liza Prideaux

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So you’ve got your Tracie Giles Permanent Make Up base – perfect power brows, symmetrical, winged eyeliner and kiss-proof lips…but now you’ve got to work it. Strobing was pretty big last year and although there are new trends already on the horizon (more on those trends coming soon) I know this is one that’s going to stick for 2016 so I thought I’d put together a quick DIY post to help you create your very own MAC Strobe cream, I’m a huge fan of illuminators they really brighten up the complexion and make a dull, sleepy face look alive and revitalised so let me talk you through the steps you need to do to create your own custom strobe cream.

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For those unsure on what Strobing is then let me tell you a little about it, Strobing is a really pretty and simple highlighting technique. You can now put down those contour products and just stick to a subtle glow that’s going to make you look angelic and very Victoria Secret it’s a technique that’s really going to make your skin glow and come alive with minimal efforts and products. To strobe all you need is a highlighter/illuminator and perfectly prepped skin… apply the highlighter to areas such as the tops of your cheek bones, down the nose, cupids bow, and brow bone simply blend in with a brush and see your skin come alive. Watch how I strobe and learn the technique here

What you will need to create your custom Strobe Cream:

Empty pot container

Lightweight Moisturiser (Not too thick or greasy)

Loose pigment or Eyeshadow (white, pearly shimmer shade)

Mixing tool

Step 1 Start by adding the moisturiser into the container you have chosen to mix your new highlighter in.

Step 2 Add some of the loose pigment into the container, you can use a range of different coloured pigments and create a whole bunch of different highlighters.

Step 3 Mix the two products together until you’ve created a liquid highlighter that give you enough shimmer and glow.

Step 4 Apply to the desired area and work it!

Will you be strobing this year? Enjoy creating your custom strobe cream and have fun with it!

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