Master the Makeup-Secrets of Top Celebrity Makeup Artists


Do you often wonder what it would be like if you could know the secrets to the flawless makeup of celebrities? From the perfect smoky eyes to the impeccable pout, we bring the secrets of master makeup artists all the way from Hollywood right to your makeup kit. You can also learn these makeup secrets by learning Professional Make-up Course from one of the best beauty, hair and Makeup Training School.

Natural-looking foundation by Sir John

Most of us tend to go heavy with the foundation which gives a pancake-like look. Follow the rules of Sir John, who is the name behind Beyonce’s out-of-the-world makeup. He recommends that instead of letting the primer/moisturiser dry up completely, apply the foundation on the damp face. If you have oily skin, go for a matte-finish moisturiser. Sir John also suggests a light face massage before makeup can stimulate circulation and give a natural glow.

Soft glow by Mario Dedivanovic

The fresh, dewy glow that you see on Kim Kardashian is neither natural nor magic. It’s the work of her go-to makeup artist, Mario Dedivanovic, who uses the good, old, and cheap, petroleum jelly to get the natural glow. Combine it with liquid or powder highlighter at the base, for an all-natural radiance. The jelly also works for a glossy touch to your eye shadows. Time to add this basic household item to your makeup routine already!

Long-lasting lipstick by Lisa Elridge

To keep that pretty pout intact, start with a lip balm. Let it set and hydrate your lips, while you finish the rest of makeup. Clean up the excess balm with a cotton swab. Use a lip brush to apply just the right amount of lipstick and work with thin layers. Then blot the excess with a facial tissue. Add a final touch of the lipstick directly from the canister.

The perfect smoky eyes by Hung Vanngo

From Selena Gomez to Bella Hadid, Hung Vanngo is the man who paints their perfect smoky eyes. Start with an eye primer to keep the makeup last longer. Use a gel eye pencil to sketch the shape you want. Then diffuse the sharp lines with a small smudging brush. For best results, blend the eyeshadow slightly past the outer corners.

Natural colour-correction by Daniel Martin

Daniel Martin, Her Royal Highness Meghan Markle’s personal makeup artist suggests neutralising the concealer. A green-toned primer or cream might do the work to correct pimples or redness. For pigmentation and dark circles, use a peach-toned concealer.

Doing flawless makeup is no cosmic science that you can’t achieve. With a little guidance and the right technique, you can do makeup just like a celebrity and look your glamourous best! Or you can get trained from the Best Beauty Institute in India – Orane International School of Beauty and Wellness to acquire pro-makeup skills.

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