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Step-by-Step: How to Get Tai's Look
Skin: Prep with brightening hydrating lotion for a soft, fresh texture.

Face: Using a concealer brush, apply corrector over undereye circles and blend into skin by gently patting with your finger. Next, apply creamy concealer one shade lighter than your complexion, as close as possible to the lash line and on the innermost corner of the eye. 

Use your fingers or a makeup sponge to spot-apply stick foundation where skin needs to be evened out (around the nose and mouth and anywhere else where there's redness). For full, all-over coverage, use a foundation brush to apply and blend foundation.

For crease-free wear, apply loose powder over concealer using an eye blender or powder puff. If you have an oily T-zone, apply powder to the rest of your face using a powder puff or powder brush.
 
Cheeks: Smile and dust Apricot blush on the apples of cheeks with the blush brush. Blend up toward the hairline, then downward to soften color.

Lips: Apply Bronzed Pink Creamy lip color straight from tube or with a lip brush.
 
Brows: For the most natural look, define brows with Mahogany eyeshadow using an eyebrow brush. Begin at the inner corner of the brow and follow its natural shape using light, feathery strokes.

Eyes: Sweep Banana eyeshadow all over lid, from lashes to brow bone. Dust Chocolate Shimmer Wash eyeshadow on the lower lid up to crease using an eyeshadow brush.

Using an eyeliner brush, trace Black Ink Long-Wear Gel eyeliner along the entire upper lash line. Finish with two to three coats of Extreme Party mascara. True black mascara makes the most impact. Choose brown for a softer look. When applying mascara, brush from base of lashes to tips while rolling the wand to separate lashes and avoid clumps. If you choose to curl lashes, be sure to do this before applying mascara; curling lashes after mascara makes them more prone to breakage.

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