Follow these steps to create a female old age look and see what the future has in store!
Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse Foundation
Mehron Cream Blend Chestnut Brown 107.8.5
Mehron Cream Blend Bronze 104.20
Cream Highlighter White
Mehron Bruise Ring (Burnt Maroon)
Transparent Setting Powder
Diamond FX Grey
Tooth Paint Black
Loew-Cornell No. 1 Round Brush
Loew-Cornell No. 3 Round Brush
Small Flat Brush
Paint Pal Swirl No. 1 Brush
I began by applying a base coat of foundation using a make-up sponge. I chose a tone which was the closest match to to my skin as I wanted a healthy aged look. For someone ill you would use a base with a hint of green, blue or grey.
Next I sponged chestnut brown cream blend below my cheekbones, in the temple areas and my neck. I used Loew-Cornell number 1 brush for the finer lines around my eyes, mouth and forehead.
I also wanted my eyes to appear sunken and tired, so I used a bronze cream with a round number 3 brush on the eyelids and under my eyes.
Using a flat number 2 brush and a white cream I highlighted above the shaded areas on my forehead, nose, cheekbones, chin and neck. Also adding some highlights around my mouth.
I added fine wrinkles around my eyes, on forehead and mouth using a Paint Pal Swirl number 1 brush with chestnut brown cream by Mehron.
I then added highlights again above all the fine wrinkles on my face and neck. These add more depth.
To make it more realistic I wanted to add some discoloration to my skin, giving the impression of broken veins etc.
I loaded a stipple sponge with burnt maroon (from my Mehron bruise ring) I applied it to some areas on my forehead, nose and cheeks.
To set the make-up I used a transparent powder and a powder puff, removing any excess powder with a powder brush.
Next I loaded a teardrop sponge with grey Diamond FX and added streaks to my hair and my eyebrows.
To complete the look I added black tooth paint by Superstar, using a round number 3 brush.
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