How to Look Like Yourself (but sultrier).
Even Skin & Cut Shine
If your skin tends to vary in tone—darker on the forehead, lighter on the cheeks—apply Skin Foundation SPF 15, concentrating on problem areas and blending out. Use a Full Coverage Face Brush to apply Skin Foundation Stick where you see excess oil or shine—use a stippling motion to mattify as you apply.
Add Warmth & Shape
Layering blush and a subtle highlighter creates natural-looking dimension and plays up structure on rounder faces. Use a Blush Brush to sweep Retouching Powder in Rose on the apples of cheeks, then add Highlighting Powder just on top of cheekbones.
Fill In Brows
Patchy areas break up the strength of the brow. Use Eye Shadow from the Dark Brow Kit to fill in any gaps, then hold hairs in place with Natural Brow Shaper & Hair Touch Up in Clear.
Play Up Eyes
Beautiful, dark eyes deserve some attention. Use an Ultra Fine Eyeliner Brush to tightline the top lashline with Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Black Ink. Finish with 2-3 coats of Smokey Eye Mascara. The effect is subtle but still sexy.