The celebrity makeup artist shares invaluable blending and application tips.
Watching an in-demand makeup artist craft a glittery eye or crimson lip is undoubtedly enlightening, but it's the subtle nuances in an everyday face that bestows the most usable knowledge. In today's In My Bathroom, celebrity makeup artist Cherish Brooke Hill is sharing just that: A simple way to make shadow last longer, how to use neutral transition shades for a flawless finish, and a layering protocol that quickly creates a flattering finish.
Press play to watch Hill craft an ultra-flattering face using her own range of everyday products, then shop her picks, below.
Oath MD TBH Facial Serum, Skinceuticals Daily Moisture, Dr. Sturm Eye Cream, Jouer Lip Oil, Hourglass Arch Brow Pencil, Anastasia Brow Clear Brow Gel, Shiseido Synchro Skin Radiant Lifting Foundation, Victoria Beckham Smoky Eye Brick in Tweed, Tom Ford Leopard Sun Eyeshadow Palette, Laura Mercier Setting Powder, Nars Soft Matte Complete Concealer, Shiseido Blush in Sayoko, IT Cosmetics Heavenly Luxe Complexion Perfection Brush #7, Jouer Cosmetics Sunswept Bronzer Duo, Morphe Color Pencil in Trendsetter, Charlotte Tilbury Matte Lipstick in Walk of No Shame, Elo Jello Straight to The Point Brush, Inglot AMC Eyeliner Gel 77