Mally Roncal knows how to beat a face! With superstar clients to a coveted beauty line Mally deliver luxe on a silver platter and the best part you don't have to have Beyonce's bank account to look like a million bucks!
Intriguingly mysterious, and inevitably sexy, the mally beauty smoky eye (as seen on the red carpet worldwide!) is made all the more alluring with a medley of hues and textures and a touch of sparkle. Illuminating skin and candlelight nude lips balance a seductive eye, for an irresistibly come-hither creation... perfected by the Queen of Glam herself... Ladies & Gents take note!
- Using Flat Concealer Brush, apply Concealer under eyes to brighten and conceal darkness, and also across eyelids for a crease-proof and long-lasting base for color application
- Define the eyebrows using the appropriate Brow Beauty Brow Pencil
FINE TUNE THE BLUSH:
- Using Bronzing Brush, apply Believable Bronzer to the cheekbones, blending towards the temples
- Highlight the cheeks with Blush Singles in SunKissed using Blush Brush
- Define the eyelashes with two coats of Volumizing Mascara
- Press Poreless Perfection Skin Finisher to set makeup and smooth the overall texture
- Smooth a small amount of Perfect Prep Poreless Primer over entire face to prep skin and provide a better surface for makeup application
- Base: Using finger, apply Cream to powder Eyeshadow base to the eyelid, blending to a fresh finish - which will help your smokey eye last all day.
- Lid: Apply the lightest shadow and lightly dust over the entire eyelid with Wide Contour Brush - this help open up the eyes.
- Bridge: Apply the medium shadow tone to the outer corner of the eyelid with Eye Contour Brush - starting at the lash line and stopping just past the crease of the eye.
- Bridge Part Deux: Using a flat shadow brush, take the darkest tone and apply with the side of the brush all along the lash line, both top and bottom.
- Line: Line the upper and lower lash lines with Eyeliner Pencil. Smudge the darker Eyeshadow along upper and lower lash lines using Smudge Brush