Sunday, December 30, 2007

Guerlain 2008 Spring colours


9 comments:

nannies crochet said...

Hey Andy

jus dropping by to say hello :P
Have a great year ahead.

hugs
ashburn

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Ashburn

Thank you & happy new year to you too! :)

jes said...

Hi andy,

like to ask you what to apply to make your skin look luminous when makeup as it doesn't look dry.

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Jes

If yr skin look dry after applying makeup you can try using a good moisturiser that help to hydrates yr skin first or the other way is to apply a moisturising makeup base before yr foundation. Most of the Japanese brands have makeup base. You can check out Shiseido, Kose or Kanebo.

jes said...

thanks andy,

Can you recommend me which brand of liquid foundation and loose powder is gd? currently i using ettusias liquid foundation.

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Jes

If you've dry skin than you may like to try Shiseido The makeup range? They've a few type of foundation & the loose powder. I guess if you've dry skin Ettusias may not be suitable as they're more for oily skin.Shiseido The makeup range will suit your skin type better.

jes said...

thanks alot andy =)
ya i jus bought kose makeup base not bad. i think i will change my foundation to shiseido. thk again

Gladys said...

Hi Andy saw your post on Guerlain would like to know what you recommend for the Meteorites Powder for fair Asian skin (shade is Chanel 05 Faience).

Thanks for making the makeup scene in Singapore so "happening"! :)

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Gladys

Guerlain Meteorites Powder is just little powder pearls that helps to brighten the skin tone, don't really give lots of coverage & is not a foundation.
For meteorites powder they come in
Mythic 01(translucent glow)
Pink Fresh 02(Rosy glow)
Beige Chic 03(golden glow)
In fact these three tone are suitable for you, is just how you like the result? Most people will choose Mythic 01 for a translucent glow.

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