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  • Hi.

  • My name's been on a London based makeup artist.

  • Originally, philosophy.

  • I'll describe my style as vibrant, stimulating on high fashion.

  • Hi, my name's releasing and I'm a Sydney based Make a modest and I would describe my style at a creative, cultural and conceptual.

  • Hi.

  • My name's on the gun.

  • I'm an editorial of a hard artist.

  • I would describe my style as limitless, dynamic and gullible.

  • Hey, I just received an email in my inbox.

  • I'm just gonna check it on.

  • Insist the two hours Pretty look on yourself, Inspired by the phone image.

  • You don't you sunset.

  • I'm excited for this one.

  • All right.

  • It says here you will photograph.

  • You're looking your own personal editorial issue.

  • Okay, so we only have two are so better.

  • Start going.

  • I'll start with skin care on.

  • The first thing I'm gonna use is this Good molecules, hyaluronic acid.

  • It's a nice way to moisturize your skin before makeup or even, you know, you could use it in the evening, Teoh.

  • But I just love how I learned us that I think everyone should be using it.

  • Okay, so I'm just putting a couple of drops in my face and I'm gonna go in with my Mac fix.

  • Plus imagine radiance.

  • Incredibly refreshing.

  • And I actually use it as a primal because it just helps melt with my foundation to my skin that much.

  • Um, well, let's go bottom, etc.

  • It's got everything I need to just rejuvenate my skin.

  • No, I'm just gonna go in and I'm going to do my highlight and my foundation at the same time.

  • I want to add my own Indian touch to this looks.

  • I want to add Indian embellishments.

  • So when I first saw the image, I initially thought off like the Indian clothes that we went to weddings because the ultimate choice for a sorry is rights and colorful was inspired by this camouflage print on on a Shoe.

  • And glitter, of course, represents the shine on the water is the on the picture.

  • We see the sun and the sea and everything.

  • So this is really, like, so conceptual.

  • It's crazy.

  • So my inspiration for this look was a forced.

  • The colors.

  • This is the first thing you think about with the sunset person.

  • My body is just blending shades help.

  • Each color just kind of meshes into each other so nicely before we do Maschera.

  • Obviously we'll curl the lashes if you're not curling your lashes yet.

  • I don't know what you're doing with your life because it's such a big difference.

  • Honestly, like See, it's crazy like I look like a fake lashes.

  • Um, so I'm gonna go in to my eyes pretty much straight away, and I want to sit down a nice white face before I go in with the shadows, cause that's gonna really help him pull.

  • So my favorite product and tool to do that is this little guy frumpy Louise Academy.

  • It's basically conceal a butt stock wide.

  • I'm actually going to start off with my sugar pill.

  • This is one of my fever eye shadows.

  • I'm just gonna go in brush.

  • Sanoma can jump in two of the actual face been on for that.

  • Today, I use this'll.

  • Wife convincing.

  • I'll do the shape spurs, and then I'll fill them with color and then I'll fill them with glitter role.

  • You seem kind of following the curvature of my eye Here.

  • The key to getting a really nice shape is knowing that you will make a mistake and you can clean it up is always one.

  • I feel that's just a little bit more difficult in the other.

  • And I feel like me if my lift as it slows the tantrum.

  • What doesn't help is the fact that my face isn't completely symmetrical.

  • So when you're trying to get a shape the same on both eyes, you have to really use your perspective.

  • Okay?

  • This I left a bit more.

  • So maybe I need to go a little bit higher on this side.

  • So I always love to put lighter colors closer to the tear duct area or the inner part er of the I.

  • Just because I feel like that gives just a little bit more often uplifted Look.

  • Okay, this is my color palette.

  • I think I'll do like a greedy in and then at the yellow and then go into the blue dark blue.

  • Think it's about this is ah, Claris like pellets called real fantasy on.

  • I don't want to use this pink this purple and this blue.

  • Okay, so now I'm gonna go in with my favorite colors is a beautiful color super pigmented.

  • I'm actually gonna go through with a blush brush open writebol just just feeling in the main shape, and then I'll go over the edges and as long as if it's a good background for later.

  • So when you're going to get a blush color, I mean, of course, make a dozen your rules and where whatever blush color your heart desires, just as a rule foam I like to stay away from your skin's undertones.

  • So if you have a warmer undertone, I would probably stay away from.

  • Of course, you're very warm washes because it's gonna make you both even work blush.

  • This is the Alyssa Edwards palette from Insensitively Hills.

  • This yellow right here is next level, intense.

  • I feel like finding a really good yellow and your pallets is quite difficult, especially on my skin turns.

  • I am very aware that I call it outside the lines, so I want to take a fine brush and just can still up, and I'm just going to conceal around the shape.

  • Let's have a look at the difference between cleanup final in one.

  • That's quite you can say that the shape is a lot more full.

  • And, of course, with the sunset.

  • I mean, of course, you see a little bit of gleaming is always shining.

  • So after we get this nice, believe him on the cheek.

  • Max, you gonna take my second highlighter, which I thought would go great with, Which is the Fenty, the trophy wife.

  • This love the gallery here, going right over top of us seeing life.

  • Okay, we're getting there.

  • We actually halfway through, um, which is stressing me out a little bit.

  • So I've decided to go for a really bold blue island and to go with that shake because it kind of reminds me of old Bollywood movies and let the nineties where the eyeliner was super, super intense.

  • I use I shouldn't looks a lot.

  • I think for me sometimes I just want that exact same colors on my lids on my lips.

  • And that's really hurt fines.

  • So a lot of times I'll just use a little bit of lipstick as a base, and that'll go in with a little bit of eye shadow and just happen over talk.

  • Okay, so we don't have much time left, Sonny Teoh.

  • Start with the glitters and I'll use these guys.

  • And the tool I'll be using with glitters is this silicone applicator from Nick's.

  • And it's really easy to grab glares with applicator.

  • You can see that already just then.

  • So here make up.

  • You say hello.

  • You don't want to.

  • Did you know this person?

  • Whoa!

  • Who is she?

  • I've got all these little Swarovski.

  • Jules, this is what takes my look from 100 to 1000.

  • What I want to do with these jewels is kind of create little sun rays coming from my eyes.

  • And that's gonna Minick the sun aspect of the prompt.

  • I actually have a lot of time left for me here, so I want to show you guys my makeshift head crown.

  • Beautiful.

  • So this guy was actually mirror and I popped the mirror out.

  • And what's gonna happen?

  • I'm going to place a nice tight butt in the back of my head.

  • And this is gonna go right over type a lot bun.

  • I pictured this as being the son setting over my head and then the colors being actual sunset.

  • Okay, I think this is good with a son.

  • It's nice and pretty.

  • I just add a little bit of control.

  • Just add a little bit of shape and dimension to my cheeks.

  • I'm struggling with dryness right here.

  • So it's very patchy.

  • We're working with thought right now.

  • Have a little.

  • So now that I have 10 minutes left, I'm actually super excited that I had a little bit of spare time.

  • I'm going to incorporate some paint onto my hands literally comes in powder form like this, and then you're gonna mix it with your conviction solution from back Toby in.

  • So now that you have that mixing liquid and they're about to show you guys, stop this almost like, literally like a metal.

  • Okay, let's do the brownout.

  • Just going Thio thio.

  • Weird.

  • Weird.

  • Straight brown.

  • It just depends.

  • So no, it's cool.

  • It's, like, really rule so literally All I'm going to deal.

  • Take my hands that gold down cities.

  • Very beautiful cloth fee.

  • Elegant Mindy's that I like to use.

  • I'm gonna go with gold straight to the middle of just like that.

  • A bit of culture just to clean the shape real quick.

  • I'm using a different blood brush and a two phase makeup remover.

  • What's that?

  • I think I'm gonna touch up like real small areas.

  • Okay, I'm just quickly do a little bit of shimmer This is the iconic London glow.

  • 10 seconds for good headline.

  • Okay.

  • Hands on, head over to my studio.

  • Stays basically drums outside.

  • Everyone got a giant window.

  • So moving art to our photo shoot place.

  • So I use a stuff of books to take picture that I think else but on a timer.

  • Look at that face.

  • It looks so good on camera.

  • Okay, I feel like we know that way.

  • I know.

  • What time is it where you guys are now?

  • Since I'm in Florida, it's about 8:30 a.m. Right now I'm in Sydney, Australia.

  • So it's 10:50 p.m. At night.

  • At the moment I'm in London, and it's like 1 50.

  • what does it be?

  • Um all right, I'm ready to see the looks like check it out way Such different concepts.

  • Yeah, I love it.

  • Got a piece on you, Kaylin?

  • Yeah.

  • It's actually a vintage mirrors that I tore apart and stuck on my head.

  • Looks good.

  • So mine, of course, was trying to incorporate a lot of the colors of the sunset.

  • So I really wanted to just giving nice blends of