BeautyHack makeup artist and columnist Nati Lambant talks about foundations, eyeshadows, highlighters and blushes for selfies and New Year's photo shoots.
Camera flashes consume up to 40% of makeup. To make it more durable, use a creamy product and then fix it dry.
For photo shoots, use foundation without SPF. Substrates with UV filters reflect flash, causing a white film to appear on the face and generally distorting features. For events where you will be photographed, the Perfect Luminous Creamy Foundation from Dolce & Gabbana is suitable. Very resistant (up to 24 hours!), While smoothening the skin.
I mostly use Ultra HD tones from Make Up For Ever (specially designed for filming), Face and Body Foundation (leaves a beautiful finish and a moisturized feeling). Now I love the new Dior Backstage Face & Body Foundation. With it, you can get a beautiful thin velvet coating.
The rule with a UV filter also works with powders - better without it. In general, I'm not a fan of this tool, but if really necessary, then use loose reflective Nars or Ultra HD from Make Up For Ever.
It is also better to choose cream shadows. Tints from Giorgio Armani always look great in the photo. I use my favorite shade number 9 as a base for dry eyeshadows or as an independent tool. Perfect for smoky eyes like Beyoncé!
Highlighter and blush
My favorite highlighter is Becca's Shimmering Skin Perfector Liquid Highlighter in Moonstone! Shines beautifully, but the main thing is not to overdo it when applying. I also choose cream blush. Mostly Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge - very easy to blend.