To create perfectly monochrome makeup – the technique of keeping your eyes, lips and cheeks the same colour – Patrick uses blush in an unexpected area. If the client has oily skin, he uses a cream primer across the T-zone – the part of the face made up of the forehead, nose, chin and area directly around the mouth – which is particularly prone to oiliness because of the high concentration of oil glands. It’s well known that prepping skin with moisturiser and primer makes foundation last longer, but Patrick has a particular knack for building a long-lasting base. To elongate features and make them appear more slender, Patrick draws light lines of concealer and buffs them into the skin. To achieve natural bronzed look, Patrick gently pats a light layer of bronzer over foundation, being careful not to blend too heavily to disturb the foundation. He dabs a light coat across the eye socket to create a ‘seamless blend’ of foundation across the face, dabbing whatever is left on the brush across the neck and collar bones to achieve the same shade on the face and body. He dabs dark contour along the cheekbones and anywhere he wants to create depth before gently blending it into the skin.
His favourite bronzers and blushes have pink undertones, which create the appearance of naturally sun-kissed skin. This adds depth and tone to the makeup base, mimicking natural colour differences in the skin. To achieve a natural looking, flawless foundation, Patrick blends two shades together on the back of the hand before applying to the client’s face. Before starting on eyeshadow, Patrick sticks two ‘shadow shields’ underneath the eyes to catch fallout from the product, which are gently peeled off once eye makeup has settled. Whenever my clients have bushy eyebrows and I want to pluck something, I’m always so afraid because people are so sensitive about their eyebrows! But if whats being projected is true, this is yet another example of collateral damage from the actions that have been So we take out Soleimani, the Iranians take out a Ukraine jet, and its our fault. At least from a tabletop quality level mine turned out great.
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Meanwhile, a retired primary school teacher — who asked to remain anonymous — told the Mail she’d lost £30,000 after being ‘brainwashed’ by a scammer who groomed her for two years. Similarly, I have a weapon safe for actual high level weapons I might want to use sometime, including two junk turrets and anything else in that category that does not get sold at once. He turned to look at the lad, and saw behind him the other two that were complicit exchanging flitting glances of terror. A book filled with drawings of monolithic vestiges of ancient temples floating in the middle of the sea, giant monsters resembling that of nothing on this earth, then something that imbued my soul with utter terror. I feel like it helps the blending – I hate when there’s too many colours on the face at once, between contour, concealer and foundation,’ he said.