The mistakes of Rihanna, Jennifer Lawrence, Sharon Stone and other stars were disassembled and corrected by Elena Krygina's student, make-up artist Anastasia Cherenkova.
Independent makeup artist
Elena Krygina's student, master of fashion photography
This "white" effect is due to the large amount of transparent powder (transparent fixing agent for a matte finish and even tone). I would replace it with a tinted powder of a light beige color - it mattifies the skin just as well, but does not stand out in the light of spotlights and flash.
I would have left the lipstick, but there was definitely a mistake with the shadows. I suggest Leighton change the shading technique to a softer one and not bring the shadow so high to the eyebrows. I advise you to change the color to a more natural one - brown or soft lilac. Leighton will do a creamy eyeshadow texture - then the look will turn out to be natural.
Christina's face has a clear yellow tint. It appears to be self-tanning. A big mistake is the tone on the hairline. I would run a cotton pad moistened with micellar water over it - I advise you to carry a small bottle in your purse.
To avoid Christina's mistakes, apply the tone on the forehead from the center to the periphery, blending the product towards the hairline.
The photo shows all the imperfections of Rihanna's skin - blush and highlighter are to blame. The singer has definitely applied many layers of products - I would limit myself to a light coating.
Katy's mistake is in poor eye products. Most likely, the girl is using a pearlescent pencil. I would suggest Katie change the pencil texture to matte. If the singer is ready to listen to advice, I would persuade her to try the pink Yves Rocher pencil. It is intended for face correction, but is great for eye makeup.
The blush is no good. For Mariah's beautiful dark skin, I would choose a rich blush shade - for example, warm apricot. It is important to carefully blend the product so that the pigment does not become the most visible accent in the photo.
Jennifer looks tired and sickly. First, I would add concealer under the eyes and give Jennifer a bright berry lipstick. The next step is to paint over the eyelashes with mascara to visually "open" the eyes. Overhead beams can be added to the outer corners of the eyes - then they will appear larger.
Jennifer's look needs to be freshened up! I would swap pearlescent lipstick for matte and go for summer candy color. It is better not to use brown shades on the lips if its shade is already in the eye makeup - you risk looking older than you are.
Instead of a transparent mattifying powder, I would suggest Eve a finishing spray, for example Prep + Prime Fix, MAC It can be applied both as a makeup base and as a fixing agent.
The problem is shading the shadows. I would shift the focus to the outer corner of the eyes, whittling down the color to the inner corner. I would keep the expressive pencil outline. Sharon's lips look lifeless - the situation would be corrected by a colorless "wet" gloss.
Text: Dilyara Telyasheva