Make-up tips from Jan­ice, the Beauty Fairy

Cebu Daily News - - LIFE -

RAQUEL worked with Jan­ice Bar­illo, also known as “Jan­ice the Beauty Fairy,” to ed­u­cate make-up lovers and en­thu­si­asts of the ben­e­fits of us­ing ca­cao lava and theo­broma oil as make-up primer. CDN was treated to an exclusive pre­view on how these two prod­ucts un­der the Raquel line can work won­ders.

Start with a clean face.

Make sure the face is clean be­fore put­ting any make-up on. Think of a blank can­vass be­fore you start paint­ing on it.

Use nat­u­ral make-up prod­ucts when­ever pos­si­ble.

Jan­ice, who’s been prac­tic­ing her craft for four years, said she likes the ca­cao lava and theo­broma oil as primer be­cause it al­lows make-up to stay on for 12 hours. It also gives off that “dewy look” or that an­gelic glow be­cause of nat­u­rally hy­drated skin.

En­hance, do not ‘ex­agge’ (ex­ag­ger­ate)

Un­less you’re join­ing a cos­tume party, re­sist the urge to overdo make-up ap­pli­ca­tion by put­ting too much foun­da­tion or spend­ing time work­ing on that nose line. The Beauty Fairy sug­gests en­hanc­ing one fa­cial at­tribute and fo­cus on that. Do not con­fuse beauty with heavy make-up. A lot of times, sim­plic­ity is the key to real beauty. (Cris Evert Lato-Ruf­folo)

JAN­ICE Bar­illo, oth­er­wise known as "Jan­ice the Beauty Fairy," uses the ca­cao lava as make-up primer for Raquel's look dur­ing the ASEAN (As­so­ci­a­tion of South­east Asian Na­tions) Sum­mit in Cebu.

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