[BASIC] #5 JUNGSAEMMOOL Base Makeup K-Beauty

[BASIC] #5 JUNGSAEMMOOL Base Makeup K-Beauty

Today, I want to share the base makeup  based on Key7 that I told you before  Controlling the amount is very important in base makeup  Contouring makeup with a base only  is about to begine Please pay attention Then, let me tell you right now  the first key seven that applies to base makeup is the thin and thick theory for  a three-dimensional look of the face this theory suggests that the amount of  cosmetics you use and the method of application should vary depending on the  thickness of skin and parts of the face to make a three-dimensional face the V  zone where the cheeks connect to the chin is the thick zone which has the  thickest skin of the face so you should always start at this part when applying  cosmetic products this part should look nice and thick to make the face look  three-dimensional wrinkles tend to appear more on the star zone which  refers to the middle of the forehead and the skin around the eyes and lips as it  has thin layers of skin and makes facial expressions  therefore you should apply only a small amount of products without giving any  pressure the t-zone such as the forehead and nose bridge has thin skin but has  developed oil glands making it become oily easily so try to use a small amount  of cosmetics and you should include the step of getting rid of oily skin now I’m  done with the theory let’s practice together the first step of base makeup  is to apply sunscreen I tend to apply a sufficient amount of sunscreen but if  the next step has the function of UV protection it’s good to apply a thin  layer of sunscreen I’m using a puff to spread evenly use the edge of the puff  to thoroughly apply it to the curved parts of the face spreading it evenly  and flawlessly will prevent clumps in the next steps next step is to apply  foundation one of the common mistakes that we make is picking the foundation  shade people tend to make incorrect choices by looking at the color of the  face only without considering the color of the neck  this will leave obvious color differences between the face and neck  causing the face to look even bigger so when picking the foundation shade you  should check the color of the neck first  once you’ve picked the shade let’s start at the bees own which has the thickest  skin pour a reasonable amount of foundation pick it up with the brush  spread evenly starting at the V zone  because you tend to apply a lot of foundation to the V zone try to give  some pressure this will spread the foundation evenly  relax your hand when applying it to the skin around the eyes nose and mouth  sweep the brush gently when moving up to the forehead sweep the side of the face  with a foundation left on the brush this step is to match the face and neck  naturally  starting at the V zone moving on to the cheeks around the eyes and mouth  forehead eyelid and side of the face  see how the foundation left on the brush is fading away if you have a look at the  face the V zone will have the most amount of foundation applied whereas the  sides of the face will have the least amount of it you should adjust the  amount of foundation depending on the parts of the face to create a  three-dimensional look  next step is to apply concealer dab on the concealer with a brush and blend it  into the skin use a smaller brush to cover the center of the blemishes  use a bigger brush to blend it out  use the smaller brush to cover the center of the blemishes again repeat  these steps when applying concealer it’s important to blend it into the skin so  that the concealed part does not stand out  if the blemish you wish to conceal is not too dark you can just cover it with  a big brush  the second principle of base makeup is the warm and cool theory of ki7 it’s  about using a complementary color to make an even skin tone which makes the  face look healthy and younger cover the warm zone such as the cheeks and nose  with cool shades cover the cool zone such as around the eyes and mouth and  between the eyebrows with warm shades the cool zone is also known as the star  zone I’ll pick warm shades like orange  apply a thin layer of it around the dark circles start at the border of the dark  circles and cheeks and work upward do you see how it is blended into the skin  you need to apply a thin layer to prevent any clumps the cool zone is also  known as the star zone remember I told you that you should apply a thin layer  of shades because the star zone has thin skin  spread over the eyelid to match the tone  you can use your finger if you find it hard to spread evenly do the same for  the other side I don’t think she needs shading around the mouth and between the  eyebrows so I’ll just skip those parts  next is powdering powder plays the role of getting rid of oily skin it also adds  more coverage to the star zone which has a thin layer of foundation and removes  any clumps between wrinkles  pick up the powder with a brush and tap to remove excess gently tap the t-zone  and sweep the brush sweeping the brush is to prevent the foundation from  rubbing off and not to make the base makeup look too heavy  lightly sweep around the eyes it’s very important to control the pressure on  your hand when applying powder  especially makeup around the nose can rub off easily so you should relax your  hand as much as possible  if you sweep around the lips and chin the whole face will look nice and neat  and with that we’re finished  How was the video for today?  As a strong base doesn’t get ruined  makeup should be put on a strong base  Then, eye makeup or lip makeup can so I think this would help you a lot  If you have any questions about this video  Please leave a comment and I will try my best to explain it to you Then, please “like” and “subscribe”  meet me in the next video ~ Thank you  

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