Tips for great, easy makeup for moms


Erika Hildegard
 
 
 

Loretta Winger, president of LOOKS, took on Megan's makeup. She used LOOKS Mineral Photo Touch concealer in Megan's T-zone area, then used Baked Powder on the outer edges of her face. For her eyes, she used Nude Matte for an eye shadow primer, Gilded eye shadow to contour the eyelids and black mascara on the lashes. She used Crystal Blush on her brow and cheek bone, then LOOKS Tea Rose lip liner and Super Sweet lip gloss on her lips.

Makeup by Loretta Winger, president of LOOKS, four locations in Zano (two in Naperville, Downers Grove and Batavia), getthelooks.com.

TIPS FOR MAKEUP

Less is more
Use bronzer on the outer edges of your face, highlighting the temple area, cheek bone and jaw line, plus a little bit down your neck. Do not put bronzer all over your face.

For great eyes
Brush a light shadow over your entire eyelid and underneath the eye with a power primer. Use a contour color in the crease (but not too dark to avoid making the eye look deep set). Use the darkest shade of your shadow for right along the lashes.

 
 
 







 
 
 
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