The best makeup party look- hands down! / by latina makeup and beauty

I wanted to share some of the looks from a shoot I did recently in which I really concentrated on mixing textures to create a soft, smoky look that anyone could wear.  Here was the first shot of the day, it was a December editorial and the model was wearing a $5,0000+ beaded Herve Leger gown and dripping with diamonds and swarowsky crystals!!
First of all, I wanted the focus to be on the eyes so I toned down her eyebrows with my favorite MAC tinted "Brow Set" in Beguille.  It's like painting subtle highlights on the eyebrow hairs.  Then on the lid I added Shiseido's "Shimmering Cream Eye Color" in  MIST.  The sparkle and slight color brings out the hazel in her eyes.  Then I used Mary Kay's Gel Eyeliner in Jet black applied right at the base (and I mean as thin and close to the root of the lashes as possible.  *This gel eyeliner is awesome and I hope Mary Kay keeps it in their regular line as I believe it is now a "Limited Edition"  Great consistency and easy to apply.  Last with a brush I smudged the liner under the eyes and brought what was left on the brush onto the crease of the eyes.  Just make sure that the line is not visible- it will make the whole look modern and updated.  *Not every smoky eye needs to have a thick winged eyeliner.
I finished off the look by taking Covergirl's "Queen Collection Natural Hue Bronzer" in Brown bronze and blending it right on the crease and under the eye to bring the whole look together (great quick tip to finish out a smoky eye look)  
As far as her lashes go, my model had very straight and hard to curl ones.  So I curled them with a heated curler and then used the Mary Kay Lash Primer followed by Lash Love mascara on top and bottom lashes.
Holiday 2012 Makeup look by Luis Casco
Then, it was all about cheeks and lips.  My model had a round face so I again used Covergirl's "Queen Collection Natural Hue Bronzer"  to contour her cheeks and temples.  Then I applied Nar's "The Multiple Stick" in Riviera right on top.  I first apply it with my fingers- it will look strong- but then blend it out with a cheek brush and you get the most gorgeous texture.
On the lips?  Just OCC's lip tar in Palest Peach- quick and easy!

Maquillaje para fiesta 2012 por Luis Casco