We have contoured our faces and we've strobed our faces but what about baking our faces? When we refer to "baking", we're not suggesting you run to the kitchen. Instead, we're talking the latest trend in makeup application using concealer and foundation along with powder to achieve a flawless looking complexion. We've always got expert advice on hand to guide you through these new techniques, so check out the video from Wayne Goss, makeup artist and YouTube personality, where he demo's the step-by-step of the look and what he uses to achieve it. Let's begin baking your makeup youtube style!
How will it change your look:
Baking your makeup will give you an airbrushed looked but “baking” your makeup does come with some cons. It can leave your face looking and feeling a little dry, so if you are battling with heavy or deep wrinkles, consider this a trnedy look to skip, as it can really emphasize those issues. Use this makeup technique sparingly as it is a lot of makeup on your skin at once and every day life does not call for a crease free complexion. Save this technique for a “Girl’s Night Out” or an occasion when you know you’re going to be photographed to death (ie, bridesmaid duty in a wedding reception).