Simply apply Veil to the highlighted areas shown in the photo above.
Now, blend it into your skin using your fingers with gentle tapping and feathering motions. For easy blending, try to work quickly with the product before it dries.
For areas that you feel need a little more coverage, simply apply additional layers by gently tapping the product onto your skin.
I love using the Daniel Sandler Sculpt and Slim Powder on myself and my clients, as the shades work on EVERY skin tone in helping create the illusion of amazing, sculpted cheekbones, as well as slimming the contours of the face.
I find it best to apply the Sculpt and Slim Powder with the Daniel Sandler Contour Powder Brush as it has been designed to fit the contours of your face perfectly. This brush does all the hard work for you, allowing you to get an effortless and natural–looking contouring effect.
It’s my job to know exactly how to cheat the look of amazing cheekbones and now you can too at home with this Daniel Sandler Sculpt and Slim Powder!
Using the Contour Powder Brush, sweep over the darker shade of the Sculpt and Slim Powder and tap off any excess powder from your brush (it’s always better to apply a little to start and then apply more as desired).
Next, suck in your cheeks and place the brush in the ‘sucked-in’ area of your cheek, (this is usually about an inch from the corner of your mouth) and sweep upwards towards the top of your ear, into your hairline.
Finally, blend the dark shade, (so that it looks like part of your skin) by wiggling the brush in small, short motions up and down. This ensures the sweeping lines look more natural and diffused.
The lighter shade of the Sculpt and Slim Powder is perfect for highlighting your cheekbones, as it is a very natural tone. This won’t look like you’ve tried too hard, but as you move your face throughout the day, light will bounce off the top of your cheekbones, creating luminosity and lift!
Simply use your finger to apply and blend the lighter shade to the highest part of your cheekbones, by doing this it will make your cheekbones look higher and more lifted.
Everyone wants a beautifully defined jaw and Sculpt and Slim Powder really helps create the illusion of a slimmer, more taut jawline! I love this trick best of all!
Using theContour Powder Brush, apply the dark shade from the Sculpt and Slim Powder just under the very edge of your jawline, starting from the tip of your chin to just behind your ear lobe, (repeat on both sides of your jaw).
Blend the powder by wiggling the brush in small, short motions from your jawline, downwards towards your neck to ensure your shading looks natural and diffused.
Firstly, I like to squeeze the bristles of the Contour Powder Brush together with my fingers, to help give a more precise application into my eye sockets.
Apply a sweep of the darker shade from the Sculpt and Slim Powder into the socket of your eye.
Now with your brush, go back and forth in the socket-crease of your eye, using a windscreen wiper motion. Don’t worry if the shade goes onto your eyelid and a little above your eye socket-crease, as this will further add to the look (start with a little powder on your brush and gradually build up for a more intense look).
Finally, dab your finger in the lighter shade from the Sculpt and Slim Powder and press it into the inside corner of each eye (by the tear duct) and just underneath the arch of your brow.
If you make a mistake, simply take a cotton bud (Q-tip) and wipe away.
If you’ve never worn blush, or perhaps feel you need a blush ‘makeover’, this Daniel Sandler Watercolour™ Liquid Blush in shade Cherub promises to give you the ultimate natural, youthful glow!
Best of all, this blusher suits every skin tone and works perfectly with the rest of this look that I’ve designed for you.
Shake the bottle, apply one drop of Watercolour™ Liquid Blush to the back of your hand (a little goes a LONG way!).
Pick up some of the colour using your finger and apply to the apples of your cheeks using swift, circular motions up towards the hairline.
Long lashes give the illusion of a more lifted eye. I’m always on the lookout for outstanding new mascaras and I’ve found a winner for you in this CODE VLM Mascara.
CODE VLM Mascara gives incredible lash lift and length, it doesn’t smudge or flake, it’s tear-proof, PLUS it contains ingredients that encourage lash growth when worn daily!
If you’ve always wished for long fluttery lashes, this mascara is your holy grail!
Pop the brush onto your lashes as close to the root as you can.
Give the brush a good wiggle back and forth on the very roots of your lashes – you want to apply most of the mascara here first.
Now take the brush to the very tips of your lashes with what’s left on the brush.
For a more extreme ‘false lash effect‘, apply three more coats, concentrating on the outer corners of the eyes!
It’s amazing how this Sculpt and Slim Powder can make a nose look all the more pretty! The aim of the game here is simple: softly shade either side of the nose so that the length of your nose looks lighteras a result. This clever makeup trick creates the illusion of a slimmer, more refined nose! I do this daily!
I like to squeeze the bristles of this Contour Powder Brush together with my fingers, for a more precise application.
First, place your brush in the darker shade and pick up a little powder, tap off excess.
Using the brush, draw a line down either side of your nose – making sure not to make the lines too heavy – it’s best to build up shading gradually.
Next, apply a little more of the darker shade, just under the tip of your nose.
Finally, using your finger, (or a clean makeup brush) blend the lines to the sides of your nose and under the tip of your nose so it looks like natural shading .
The length down the centre of your nose should be free of the darker shade. If you need to neaten up, simply get a damp tissue and wipe down the centre of your nose.
Sometimes when I wear my hair off my face, I wish my forehead appeared to be just a little more petite! If you’d like to create the illusion of a smaller forehead too, here’s what you can do: