No matter how many beautifully made up faces I see (which were spoon assisted), I can’t help but find it comedic. I understand the technique and reason for using the spoon for guidelines, but think about your poor boyfriend, left to eat cereal with a fork after finding you sticking spoons to your face and he’s probably hesitant to ask “what on earth are you doing?” In all fairness it really is a fool proof technique to achieve a look most seasoned professional MUA’s would find difficult to create. There seems to be quite a few different ways to benefit from using the spoon as a new tool to help aid your makeup application routine. You can use the curve of the spoon to cuff your eye socket and create a flawless cut crease style. You can flip the spoon around and use the straight, flat handle to guide from your bottom lash line diagonally upwards to create a poker straight eyeliner flick, then flipping the spoon back to the curved edge. You can place the curve to match the flick and continue your flicked liner onto your top lid. You can use the curved edge as a guideline for the perfect arch in your brows and you can even place the same curved edge of the spoon behind your lashes while applying your mascara, this will act as a shield to prevent mascara getting in any unwanted areas (which could possibly destroy your perfect spooned cut crease 😉 ) What will we think of next?
Who’d have known? Spoon Makeup TricksBy Carmen Phoenix - APR 13, 2016 WEDNESDAY
Bad Candy CEO, Former Miss Palm View 2013, Head Beauty Consultant at the Bad Candy Model Agency, Professional Makeup Artist/Hair Stylist at Bad Candy Photography and co-founder of the Bad Candy Academy for Hair & Makeup.