Makeup artist who has worked with Chanel reveals her top tips to achieving a model look

Mail Online | 7/27/2019 | Chloe Morgan For Mailonline
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A renowned make-up artist who has worked for some of the biggest brands in fashion has revealed her top tips to achieving a model look.

Viorela Coman, from London, has worked with the likes of Chanel, Burberry, Charlotte Tilbury and Heidi Klein - and is prone to using handy hacks to get models on the runway - and fast.

FEMAIL - Expert - DIY - Beauty - Secrets

Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, the expert has told of her DIY beauty secrets - including applying hairspray on a mascara wand and running it through eyebrows to create a fluffy brow, and adding eye drops to revive a mascara.

She also suggests dabbing clear lip balm on the highest points of your cheekbones to create a highlighter.



Before starting your make-up routine, create your own bespoke in-house mini facial to prepare the skin so that any products will sit well. A clay mask will help to minimise your pores and brighten up your complexion.

Light - Building - Makeup - Choose - Coverage

You now have the green light to start building on your makeup. Choose light coverage foundations and then perfect any problematic areas by dabbing a concealer on top.

Apply a soothing and plumping moisturiser and a primer to keep makeup looking fresh for the whole day.

Go - Top - Skin - Foundation - Complexion

Light-handedly go over the top of the skin with a light foundation to create the perfect HD-ready complexion.

Buff it in with a synthetic complexion brush or with a complexion sponge to achieve that perfect finish.

Look - Setting - Powder

Set your finished look with the finest setting powder.

A legend among makeup artists is Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder and Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Finish Powder used on A-listers like Amal Clooney, Jennifer Lopez and Salma Hayek.

Spots - Aspirin - Powder - Mix - Drops

If you're struggling with spots, crush an aspirin into a fine powder and mix in two drops of water.

You will get a creamy texture that you can use to make them disappear in...
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