Morris’s Advice on Avoiding a Foundation Faux Pas
“One of the the biggest mistakes I see all the time is that people don’t match their foundation to their chest colour,
they match it to the jawline. That’s wrong because the neck is generally lighter than the face.
Always match your foundation to your décolletage. Always.”
Her Suggestion for Blush Application
“Don’t smile. When you do, your blush ends up too low. Imagine a line from the corner of your mouth
to the top of your ear, where a natural contour would sit. Blush should only go above that imaginary line.”
Her Go-To Technique for Lifting the Eyes
“Ninety percent of women do their top eye makeup before their bottom eye makeup, and then connect from the bottom to the top
If you want to lift and extend, do it the other way around—bottom eye makeup first, then the top eye makeup.”
Morris’s Thoughts on Frosty Eyeshadow
“I think the most aging thing that women do is highlight or use frosty eyeshadow right under eyebrow bone.
Our brow bones become really prominent as we age, so when you highlight or add frost there, it makes your eyelids look puffy.”
The Products You’ll Find in Her Makeup Bag
“I love Ellis Fass Foundation —it’s so dewy and creamy. And their eyeshadows are my favorite; they’re really thin and highly pigmented—once they’re set they don’t move. L’Oréal Paris Lumi is a great affordable foundation, and Luma Illuminating Highlighter is the best sheen for cheeks. I also love MAC Lipsticks and my favorite mascara is L’Oréal Paris Telescopic.”
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