If you want less coverage, more like a tinted moisturiser, then mix Foundation with your Dr. Hauschka moisturiser. For mid coverage then use one ‘coat’ and you’ll fine ‘dries’. If you want more coverage just apply a second ‘coat’ of Foundation after the first coat ‘dries’.
TIP: A foundation blending brush is a must for a professional foundation ‘air brushed’ application.
When contouring and highlighting think – darker areas recede and lighter areas highlight
Step 1: Start with your face cleansed, toned and moisturised.
Step 2: Apply your usual Foundation all over, remembering to include eye area.
Step 3: Apply Foundation 05 with fingertip as shown in the brown areas in the above pic, then with a slightly damp beauty blender press, in a press and roll movement, into the base foundation to blend.
To find the correct place for the cheeks, feel with your finger for the hollow under the cheekbone.
Step 4: Apply Concealer 01 as shown in the white areas in the above pic and then press and roll into the base foundation with the other side of the beauty blender.
Tips from internationally renowned Dr. Hauschka makeup artist Karim Sattar
Before Dr. Hauschka makeup artist Karim Sattar picks up his brush, he looks deep into your eyes. “I determine the colour nuances of the iris and select Eyeshadows, Eyeliner and Mascara to match. In my line of work, ‘match’ means ‘correspond,’ not the same colour.
In the same way that I would not put a green picture in a green frame, I prefer to surround the eyes with complementary shades. It is this contrast that makes your eyes shine brighter.”
Tip 1. Choose Eyeshadows based on eye colour
Blue eyes love Eyeshadows with orange pigments: shades of gold, sand or brown. Green eyes look particularly beautiful when highlighted by red pigments: colours such as lilac or pink. Brown eyes are wonderfully uncomplicated: as brown contains all colours, all Eyeshadow colours match brilliantly.
Tip 2. Co-ordinate your Eyeshadows and your outfit
Skilfully applied eye make-up should correspond to a striking accessory rather than your clothing. For example, it should reflect the colour of a piece of jewellery, a handbag or pair of shoes.
Tip 3. Eyeshadows for people who wear glasses
Glasses on people who are near-sighted always make their eyes look slightly smaller. Bright, shimmering shades are therefore ideal as they widen the gaze. The cut of the lenses for far-sightedness makes the eyes look larger. If desired, this can be counteracted using matte, dark shades
Tip 4. Eyeshadows for drooping eyelids
Make-up can also be applied to drooping eyelids. However, the crease should be kept dark as darker areas stand out less. On the other hand, a lighter shade should be selected for the upper lid and inner corner of the eye. The eye make-up should also be rounded off by applying white Kajal to the inner rim of the bottom eyelid.
Tip 5. Use Eyeshadows to optimise proportions
If your eyes are positioned closely together, the illusion of a wider gap can be created by simply applying lighter shades to the inner corner of the eye and darker ones to the outer corner. If your eyes are further apart, apply the Eyeshadows the other way round: darker shades on the inner corner of the eye and lighter shades on the outer edges visually draw the eyes together.
Tip 6. Combine Eyeshadows and Eyeliner
For particularly intense, long-lasting colour, use a brush to dab a little Eyeliner onto your eyelid and smudge it in before applying a suitably coloured Eyeshadow to the lid as usual.
Tip 7. Use Eyeshadows instead of Eyeliner
Instead of using Eyeliner, the lower eyelid can be highlighted using an Eyeshadow. This creates soft lines and smooth transitions to the lower lashes.
Tip 8. For the perfect finish
Dr. Hauschka Eyeshadows come in two different textures: Eyeshadow Solos combine colour with silky shine, while the four shades in the Eyeshadow Palette are designed to be matte, making them also ideal for eyebrows.
For deep colours with a shimmering finish, first apply one of the shades from the Eyeshadow Palette (e.g. 04 anthracite). Next, use the same brush to apply a little Eyeshadow Solo (in this case 04 taupe) to give the look a bit more sparkle.
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Dr. Hauschka International Make-up Artist, Karim Sattar’s Extended Eyeliner Tips
Extended eyeliner can be tricky to achieve, so follow these simple steps for a dramatic look.
1) Sketch your line out first with Eyeliner Pencil 05 Black
2) Apply Liquid Liner Black over the pencil line and fill in as well
3) Apply Light Taupe* Eyeshadow to the crease
4) Dab a little Vanilla* Eyeshadow underneath to enhance the extended eye liner
5) Set the extended eyeliner by carefully pressing the Darkest Brown* for lasting power
6) Apply Volumising Mascara Black
7) Karim has used Rouge Powder Terracotta 04 on the ‘apples’ of her cheeks
8) A soft lip compliments such strong eye make-up, Karim has used Novum Nature Shimmer 04. Karim says this lip colour is one of his favourites “Adds natural shimmer and a sheer wash of freshly kissed colour!”
* Eye shadow colours are from our Eye Shadow Palette.
Our model’s skin was prepped first by Karim with Dr. Hauschka Foundation and Translucent Powder.
We must add the colour back in after applying Foundation which evens your complexion, however looks flat without the addition of bronzer and/or blusher. Think of a child’s rosy cheeks.
Use our tinted moisturiser, Tinted Day Cream, ‘the original BB Cream’, which magically tones with all skin tones and adds sun-kissed warmth to your complexion. May be used on its own, with or without the addition of Translucent Powder or under Foundation.
Alternatively mix a little Translucent Bronzing Tint with your moisturiser, or with your Foundation.
Use matte Bronzing Powder on high points: cheeks, tip of nose and chin and also use down your neck if it needs it to tone in with your face.
Smile and apply Rouge Powder to the ‘apples’ of your cheeks.
As we mature our skin may become a little pallid so it’s important to bring the colour back in.
Tip: Complete by misting your skin with Facial Toner or Clarifying Toner to ‘fix’ your make-up and to give it a fresh, natural look.