So it's close to pageant season now.
Close to Miss Universe.
So I thought it's about time I taught youguys how I do my pageant look.
Cause I've always done my own makeup.
I did my own makeup in Miss Philippines andin Miss Universe.
Some of the girls do their own, like me.
Some of the girls have a makeup artist, butif you're like me and you are just starting this is perfect because that's how I learnedas well by watching makeup tutorials online.
I haven't done pageant makeup in a while sobear with me.
We start with a primer.
We're doing a pageant look and it needs tostay on for a long time especially if you're on stage so that's why you need a good primer.
And then let's do foundation.
With stage makeup you want to go maybe oneshade darker especially with all the lights on stage and the cameras the flash.
So now we're going to another technique whichI like to call baking! But there's no food involved.
I know right? So you have some loose powder.
This is baking.
I also did it in the other tutorial.
Where I just let it sit for a bit before Ibrush it.
This is especially useful if you have likedark circles around your eyes like me.
Now I'm gonna do my eyebrows.
My three favorite shades are, they're allMAC, spike, lingering, and fling.
I should be serious right now cause if you'redoing pageant makeup you're gonna go into competition so game face on.
No kidding around.
So in reality if you're doing your own makeupand it's a competition it takes more than an hour because this is stage makeup.
It's meant for high definition cameras andstrong lights on stage.
This is where it gets fun.
I don't use you know any black eyeshadow orgrey.
None of that.
I only use brown and then if I want to darkenit a little bit I use like reddish tones.
This is limited edition.
You guys won't be able to find this anymore.
This is actually face powder, but I use itas eye shadow.
This is called powder to the people.
From this whole palette I just use two shades.
And then I get a little bit of the brown.
I do the same thing under the eyes.
I do the lighter inside and then the darkergoing outside.
I think this is ready now.
So this is my favorite eye shadow palette.
It's by Laura Mercier.
Maybe I'll go for a bit of brown first.
And then I go on the purple shades like violetink.
So it's not a darker brown it's not blackeyeshadow it's purple but when you mix it with a brown it just blends especially ifyou have brown eyes.
And then the same thing under the eye.
This will look painful but I promise you it'snot.
We're going to do the water line.
Now I do really, really thin eyeliner.
I don't like to do thick eyeliner.
It might work on you, but it doesn't workon me.
I have asian eyes.
you take a felt tip eyeliner like this.
And you do eyeliner tight line.
Again you don't have to be too technical aboutit because you're going to wear falsies anyway.
As you're doing makeup you can always takesome loose powder and just go over it like around your face.
Eyes are almost done.
I just need to put on the falsies.
Some girls are comfortable in putting on falsieswith their hands like with their fingers but for some reason I just used to using tweezersto do it.
Your falsies also like play a huge role inhow your eye makeup is gonna turn out.
Cause if you have like the really thick onesit just looks plastic so it's better to have natural looking falsies and just stack themon top of each other.
You can use two.
You have to let that dry.
You see the glue.
That will dry.
Don't worry about it.
It won't be like that.
You won't come out on stage with like this.
This is why guys have trust issues with girls.
So I'm just making sure it's close to thelash line cause the glue takes awhile to dry so you have to keep an eye on it.
This looks pretty good.
I'm just trying to make sure it's as closeto the lash line as possible.
Cause again I'm not a big fan of eyelinerand I want the lashes to be close to my natural lashes as much as possible.
We shall move on as we wait for this to dry.
This is actually face powder.
I use it to contour.
So you get your contouring brush.
Try to find where your cheekbones are.
Don't go under.
Go above it.
And if you plan on crying while you get crownedplease make sure everything is waterproof.
Make sure your eyeliner is waterproof andyour mascara is waterproof.
And that your lashes don't fall off as you'recrying.
With contouring you put it here and then aroundhere obviously and then some girls like to have it here as well.
I do that too.
And then now I'll use my favorite Harmony.
So I apply the blush right above where I contour.
If you have it here it just looks like notgood.
In real life that's where we you know we blushand our cheeks are right here but for makeup especially for stage nope it's right here.
This is important.
This is what will make it look like it's fresh.
So this is Becca in opal.
The thing with pageant makeup stage makeupis that because you know you're gonna be on stage and you have all the makeup in frontof you and all the time to get ready you tend to put on more and more and more and it justlooks bad.
You have to know when to stop.
That's the rule if I could give one rule withpageant makeup.
You have to know when to put your brush down.
And then lipliner.
Before lipstick just so it stays on longer.
Now this is soar.
And now I'm gonna top it off with some gloss.
Fancy purple in Miss Universe pink.
Candidate number 1 from the Philippines.
Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach loves the outdoors.
Oh my gosh.
Thank you! It's waterproof yes I can cry.
I hope you guys enjoyed this little tutorialI did for pageant makeup.