Tutorial per Vanity fair

Hi Everyone,

Some time ago I posted a picture on Instagram where I said I did a mini tutorial in collaboration  with Vanity Fair.

Well, guess what? It's out :)

It was a fun experience, the team came to my house to shoot it..I was a bit nervous and obviously it didn't go exactly as planned but I guess that is totally normal and it all worked out:)

Here below the video we did...Hope you like it..

 I made 2 small braids on both sides of the face, which then I tied back behind my head to fake a minilift.

I then applied a natural (whitish) color on the whole eye to even out the color and cheated with brown the natural crease of my eye..Made it higher then where the actual crease is.

Then I applied an eyeliner, which I agree with my shape of eyes isn't always the best choice:) And normally i shape the eyeliner slighty different to avoid the little tail effect, or would ve blend it. But like I said I was a bit nervous and tiny mistakes can happen..ehhhee

I applied highlighter on highest point below the brow, cheekbones (should only be noticable when you turn to the side, not while looking straight ahead, otherwise you'll only look "sweaty"and that ain't a good look for anybody), bridge of the nose and just above the upperlip..

Below a list of the products I used:

Foundation:       Givenchy -matissime velvet

                          Make up forever - Ultra hd

Concealer:         Make up forever- Ultra hd

Setting powder: Elizabeth Arden- Blurring loose powder

Eyes:                 Too faced- palettte chocolate gold

Eyepencil:         Marc Jacobs

Mascara:           Givenchy

Blush:               Nars-Oasis

Highlighter:      Nars-Capri

Lipliner:           Madina-luxe11

Lipcolor: (matt liquid mixed together) Burberry- nr1 and Nyx -lingerie n3

A special thanks to Alessandra Paudice and the rest of the Vanity Fair team.

.below the link to see the actual article

 Star allo specchio - Vanity Fair