Added by on 2013-12-29

Brighteners can give you a fresh, vibrant makeup look. Learn tips for applying natural makeup brighteners in this free video clip from a professional makeup … See what you can learn on the go with the new Howcast App for iPhone and iPad: http://bit.ly/11ZmFOu Watch more Pretty Makeup Tips videos: http://www.howcast… Video Rating: 4 / 5

10 Comments

  • cowgirl5155 4 years ago

    it’s Physician’s Formula!!!!

  • Lana Roberts 4 years ago

    you will need a skin condition??????? nice o_0

  • CreativeStarlet13 4 years ago

    Okay

  • Misty Haight 4 years ago

    i liked this video! its great! but, that girls a blonde, and she filled her
    brows in black…. not workin out for her :/

  • IcedCupcakes 4 years ago

    oh and spray with mac fix+ or anything of that nature to set it. it will
    help the powder to meld into your skin and eliminate that powdery look if u
    have dry skin. for oily skin, it will mix with ur natural oils meld into
    your skin.

  • TBATWJAI 4 years ago

    Am I the only one noticing the mustache?

  • juicystarsuperfan 4 years ago

    @mullinsmisty i think she just died her hair blonde and tht shes not a real
    blonde otherwise her brows would be blonde to ya kno? i mean even if she
    DID fill in her brows it wouldnt actualy look as natural as tht

  • heroncewhitewings 4 years ago

    @mullinsmisty look at her roots, its a dye job

  • IcedCupcakes 4 years ago

    I dont agree. Probably an old video though. Because now, u can find ur
    perfect mineral foundation match even if ur dark. meow cosmetics for
    instance provide up to 86 shades with up to 13 undertones. ur sure to find
    a good match. as for mature skin, you can apply silicone based primer
    underneath to fill in pores and fine lines so it doesnt settle in there.
    and for dry skin, you can apply the foundation wet by spraying your brush
    with water before applying. This works for mature skin too :)

  • musenicholas 4 years ago

    questions whats a brightner is it the same as a bronzing powder?

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