May 9, 2016 - Hair and Beauty, Makeup

Makeup Tutorial: The Right Way to Highlight, Conceal and Contour

My special guest, makeup queen Nicole Baca is back again with another spring makeup tutorial created for GYPO and today’s is my favorite of the series.  If you missed the other two tutorials in her series, be sure to check out her Spring Eye Look with Cream Shadow and Smoky Eye with a Pop of Color.

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Today Nicole is showing us the right way to highlight, conceal and contour.  And ladies, I have been doing it all wrong.  Did you know that your concealer should be applied in a triangular shape under your eye?  Are you already doing it this way?  If you’re not- start today! You’ll be amazed at the difference.

Check out today’s video for a crash course on highlighting, concealing and contouring.

Products Used in this Video

Glorious Face and Eye Primer

Touch Mineral Liquid Foundation

Touch Mineral Skin Perfecting Concealer

Blending Bud

Touch Mineral Pressed Powder Foundation

Beachfront Bronzer

Powder Puff Brush

Nicole’s Dress Worn in this Video

Show Nicole some love by visiting her at www.nicolebaca.com and www.queenofglam.com.

It’s Your Turn:  What spring makeup trends are you eager to try out?  Tell us in the comments.

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3 Comments

  • Great video, truthfully though I don’t think there is a “right” or a “wrong” way to apply concealer, for instance I don’t apply concealer on my skin in the same upside-down triangle shape because I just think that sometimes it is too much. You just have to find what works for you, although if you do you’re right it is like an instant face lift so maybe I should haha x

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  • Tia

    she did a good job. that audio drove me crazy though i have to keep lowering and raising the volume lol. i think i will try this palette for a first try at contour and highlighting http://www.orpheum.ca/choosing-best-convertible-car-seat/