In­sta look be­gone. Larry tells you what to use and how to use it to bring out your nat­u­ral beauty for the cam­era.

Herworld (Singapore) - - HOW TO BE A BETTER HUMAN BEING -

1. Brows frame your face. Use quick, hair­like strokes to fill in sparse ar­eas so your brows look fuller. And please fol­low your nat­u­ral brow shape. Use: Za Brow Liner ($12.50). “The pen­cil has just the right firm­ness to quickly cre­ate a full brow. It comes in four uni­ver­sal shades that match most hair colours.” 2. Con­ceal only where needed: a dab un­der the eyes, and on blem­ishes. No need for ex­ag­ger­ated V-shaped con­ceal­ing on the un­der-eye area, which just makes your face look flat. Use: M.A.C Stu­dio Fix 24-hour Smooth Wear Con­cealer ($36). “A lit­tle goes a long way with this – it gives enough cov­er­age with­out look­ing cakey. And with 33 shades, you’ll be able to find a suit­able one for you.” 3. For a flat­ter­ing glow, swop the pow­der high­lighters for liq­uid or cream ones. Use: Nars Illuminator ($50). “Don’t pound it on so that it looks like a coat of chrome on your skin. Sheer it out for a skin-like glow, then put foun­da­tion over it. Your skin will look su­per ra­di­ant.” 4. Get a fool­proof con­tour by us­ing a foun­da­tion that’s three shades darker than your nat­u­ral skin, with the same un­der­tone. This en­sures the con­tour doesn’t look too harsh, and meshes well with your foun­da­tion. Use: Marc Ja­cobs Beauty Shame­less Foun­da­tion ($74) or Cover FX Power Play Foun­da­tion ($68). “Both have weight­less for­mu­las for a beau­ti­ful, soft-matte, skin-like fin­ish, and an ex­pan­sive range of shades so you’re able to find your best match.”

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