Three easy makeup looks for three different occasions! Jackque Gonzaga has a Korean inspired look that you could wear on a fun day out. For those special occasions, Elisse Joson knows a simple glam that even a beginner can recreate. Meanwhile, Barbie Imperial has an everyday makeup look that only takes three minutes.
Korean Makeup Look
Koreans take their skincare seriously. So, Jackque started off with a facial mist and moisturizer. She then used lip balm, a face primer that doubles as a moisturizer, and then a second primer that is luminous to make your skin dewy. After these preparations, It’s Showtime’s Ate Girl worked on her base with a sheer foundation and concealer. To create dimensions, she lightly contoured her forehead and nose bridge. She finished her base with some loose powder.
Jackque filled in her brows with a powder. She used a peach shade and a chocolate brown shade for her eyelids and crease. All these would make her eye look more natural. The finishing touches were blush, highlighter, and lipstick to add color to her face.
Effortless Holiday Glam
Getting glammed up for an event or special occasion could take hours. Luckily, Elisse has an easy solution for us! She tied up her hair into a bun and then sprayed some sea salt on it. When she undid her bun, she had big, natural waves. The Sandugo star used lipstick as blush for her cheeks then added some highlighter on the cheek bones. For the eyes, Elisse only used one shade of a shimmer eyeshadow and then applied mascara. To complete this glam, she chose a nude lipstick.
Three-minute Everyday Look
Whether it is for work or school, your everyday makeup look should be quick just like Barbie’s three-minute routine. The actress did her eyeshadow with a light brown shade. She also skipped the foundation and only used concealer. Eyelash curler and mascara finished her eyes. These were enough to make her look livelier. Barbie then added color to her face with cheek tint and lip tint. Eyebrows took the most amount of time, so she saved this for last. She filled them in with a pencil and then held them in place with an eyebrow gel. Some powder sealed everything together.