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  • it's me.

  • I'm back with a vengeance.

  • And this time I brought my erstwhile pal Lisa Eldridge.

  • He's gonna do some beautiful makeup on me today.

  • Absolutely.

  • I think we need to change.

  • Quite frankly.

  • I think we need to leave the eyeliner just to one side, just just for today on Dhe.

  • I'm going to suggest something a bit more eighties to you, which I know is not your thing or very sixties.

  • You're into that whole.

  • Yeah, I think we can do this in a really stylish Alexa way ago.

  • So bit Stephanie Seymour who?

  • Nick Rhodes in their bright colors here in your style, but just to mix it up a bit.

  • Really?

  • Okay, So something new.

  • Something like glam.

  • A little bit more supermodel e of that era.

  • Fashion.

  • Cool.

  • Here we are.

  • All your brushes, clean course they are.

  • Another thing that people don't talk about is how important it is to keep a clean kitchen.

  • Makeup Don't understand dirty brushes.

  • I really don't understand it because she can't be good makeup.

  • Get gentle shampoo and kind of put a little bit in your hands.

  • Do a bit of that.

  • Squeeze them out, rinse them really well.

  • And then the trick is put them back into a really nice shape before they dry on, dry them off the end of the table.

  • So the air circulates and they dry.

  • Really nicely realized.

  • Uh, So what's gonna happen then?

  • What color you putting on?

  • Now we're going to go a little bit purple e on the eyes, which I know is gonna freak you out.

  • So I'm starting with a brownie plum color.

  • So it's not too shocking.

  • Do you know what's funny is I'm not even that bothered about purples.

  • But for some reason, in my company, whenever we're choosing Pantone's or like colors for something I'm always like.

  • What about lilac?

  • And like, I don't actually wear lilac.

  • I just can't stop making to see you're drawn to it.

  • Love it.

  • It's a lovely color.

  • Apparently, purple is the color of longing.

  • I always said no.

  • What's that say about you longing for some sleep, please.

  • So, yeah, So this is not to purposely yet, but I'm gonna work on top, and I'm gonna put a little bit of glitter over this as well since we're going for the full disco.

  • So I put on a more of a muted purposely brown color.

  • And I'm going in with a very strong electric color.

  • It looks like a mermaid's bra.

  • It doesn't like a moment, Robert.

  • On top of this lovely, muted shade, so is brown underneath?

  • Yeah, it's kind of like a a muted plum shade underneath.

  • And then from what I can feel, you just do it in the corners I'm doing in the center, on into the corner.

  • Okay, but of a wash.

  • See, I like that.

  • No, because it's you know, the thing with purples and reds and those plummy colors around the eyes in orbit a little bit, Roberti.

  • Quite frankly.

  • So we're gonna keep a lot off black now around the lashes.

  • Okay, Black lashes from black liner.

  • This rapper t mean, you know, pink eyes.

  • This is a mixture of the three shades.

  • I'm just gonna smoke along that lower lash line.

  • You know, I watched Madman the other day.

  • I can't tell the story.

  • Is this a spoiler alert?

  • Okay, let's just say that one of the characters dies.

  • Really, Andhra, I'm confused.

  • Madman's finished.

  • It has, But just in case was not seen open anyway.

  • And when in her, like will she's like, I want you to get the lipstick from my purse.

  • That's what I wanna wear on my coffee.

  • And I was like, I thought, I suppose that is a thing.

  • Yeah, that's what Marilyn Monroe did.

  • She had her makeup artist.

  • That what with the author of her career did have a two pack to them.

  • If anything happens to me, have to do my hair.

  • Did my hope.

  • I'll do yours.

  • Thank you.

  • What you gonna do with me?

  • What?

  • Look, um, I gonna have I give you the key.

  • I have allies with Mermaid brought back.

  • It may give me.

  • You really are New York.

  • Kind of purple eyes and awake.

  • What's that?

  • Big litter.

  • Oh, lovely clothes.

  • I was gonna pop this on.

  • Gonna do this before the concealer case.

  • We've got any drop Our SJ just going to use their own to send.

  • Oh, yes, Gorgeous.

  • This is actually quite a foolproof Look who's just put the color on.

  • Just keep a clean brush.

  • And when in doubt, just keep going over with a clean buffing brush.

  • Just keep blending those edges because the glitter is meant to be It's not meant to be like Plus, Don.

  • It's kind of a feeling more than a technical thing, right?

  • So you can kind of get away.

  • We just patting your own.

  • So we're gonna my sarge into your lash line.

  • It doesn't have to be.

  • I don't want it to be a kind of like graphic line says more because you got all this color.

  • So it was nice to ground it with something which is darker.

  • So that's indoor pub like a brown.

  • Yes, like a brownie.

  • Burgundy, deep color.

  • And I'm gonna use a bit of black as well.

  • Do people do this in the eighties?

  • Yeah, they did.

  • Remember my sister had, like, a huge color palette thing and was all like electric colors.

  • Yeah, I mean, it was This is quite a chic eighties.

  • Locally, early.

  • This is more of a kind of fashion.

  • The look, But it was usually orange, blue, yellow, purple, pink.

  • Now, have you seen black eyeliner?

  • This is a black or pencil just along the lower left.

  • Already here.

  • It'll take all that move.

  • Andi, just going to let that kind of work its way in.

  • And that's very eighties to have that kind of dark black coal pencil all along the inner water line their focus on something.

  • Keep your eyes on that thing.

  • Keep your eyes on that thing, right.

  • Plenty of black mascara.

  • And we need a lot.

  • Which ones?

  • That plea.

  • This is Sensei, which is a Japanese one.

  • Is this is This is going to stay on for tonight.

  • Oh, doesn't smudge.

  • It's one of the smarter proof ones.

  • Okay, let's see.

  • Right now we have to remove this mayor area of your head.

  • Maybe a straw from here down because the eyes of the getters dropped down here.

  • So that happens a lot when you're using strong colors or glitter, do the eyes first, and then do your foundation after its.

  • I'm gonna remove that and then do your funding, okay?

  • Yeah, with concealer.

  • If it's too light, just makes it worse.

  • She, uh, people who are a little bit blue under the eyes.

  • And if it's too light, you get tons of gray.

  • So you need something which is picture or a little bit Maur Just richer.

  • Really?

  • To counteract the blueness.

  • I mean, everyone's different.

  • Some people have more pigmentation under the eyes yours on bad.

  • You have a tiny bit of purple.

  • So this is why I'm using slightly more yellowy, Peachy yellow.

  • I am very tired.

  • So what I've done now is that I've used a little bit of concealer here, and they're not not that much because, you know, got perfect skin.

  • Thanks your neuron.

  • But we've got a little bit under the eyes.

  • Andi, I used a little bit around your nose center of your chin in between your Lisa.

  • Well, because I know that you want to tell everyone that I've got a horse face.

  • No, I don't because I've got a horse places.

  • Well, I said we've both got horse faces earlier on.

  • I said, but I want to say that on camera.

  • Now you've made me say it way have got.

  • And that's why we can't wait.

  • Okay?

  • Browse.

  • Yeah, love, We're gonna go Big Brooke and Wild Brooke.

  • I broke eyebrows.

  • Brooke Shields.

  • Isn't she just the mega babe of browse?

  • Yeah, even now.

  • I mean, I just kind of obsessed with her, so I'm using this little pen.

  • Show you This is nice because you can draw actual hair.

  • So on Dhe it is waterproof.

  • Do you think if you have the time, you could do quite convincing beard in that?

  • Definitely.

  • I think that tonight we should do a kind of hipster.

  • Deeply.

  • I spoke tonight, so we're gonna brush them up to start with on this.

  • Just helps me to see how they look when they're brushed up.

  • Then I always brush them down and you brought them all down with me.

  • That's what I do.

  • That's how I do brows.

  • And I think when I meet a new client that doesn't know my ways and I brushed them all down.

  • You can see the panic, because if let's reenact it, I get it.

  • I'm a Yeah, and they got out there and I say, Don't worry, we'll I just do that because I like to see Oh, you like to see the foundation's.

  • When the brow goes down, you can actually see where there's any gaps like underneath, so I can see that there when I brush them down.

  • I can do that.

  • But you wouldn't be able to do while they're brushed up.

  • And then when you brush him back, you're like, Well, that's just filling in that gap.

  • So Where are we going for?

  • With house?

  • It's It's the art shop.

  • Yeah, there were going to do them natural.

  • I think so.

  • We're doing lots of extra has here and then underneath it's gonna feel in on We love this wild effect is going on at the end here.

  • Next, we're gonna do some soap brows, and this is a block of soap with some water home on dhe.

  • I'm going to make your brows or eighties fabulous.

  • And why using it?

  • So because they'll stick like that.

  • Have a look because they're dirty.

  • Oh, I love gorgeous.

  • Right.

  • Well, let those set now blush.

  • I'm coming for you, Brookie.

  • We are going to dio g Bohdan Blush, George, but not too easily.

  • So I'm going to start with a soft pink.

  • Then I'm gonna go hot pink.

  • Beware the horsehead.

  • So may.

  • Yep.

  • Stay straight like that on DDE.

  • So I'm gonna go along.

  • I'm not gonna go underneath your cheekbone.

  • I'm just gonna go slightly on top of a cheekbone and put a wash all the way along there.

  • This reminds me of swimming club in the eighties yet very that the balcony of mothers with a shiny bob cardigan with massive shoulder pads.

  • And yes, you're their full bluff, you're there.

  • There's hardly anything on the brush, so I know it feels like there's a lot of the reason this is the base layer, and this is the good way to do it honestly, to make it modern.

  • You don't want to go in straight with the strong strokes, so don't go in with a light wash first.

  • So I'm using these colors, which look insanely bright on they are, but I'm used them really softly beside.

  • So it's like a little tickle rather than a feels really relaxing.

  • Yeah, suppose that's a very light layer of blush.

  • Hardly anything but it's a base layer.

  • Now I'm going to go in with a slightly pinker.

  • This is the blush that money's on your cheeks next, but so I have a nice, seamless finish.

  • Gonna start on your eyes and take that up.

  • It's the blush there, right blush.

  • Now we're talking.

  • Now you have got blush on laughing.

  • No, no, no, no.

  • We're gonna go returned in a little scary for you.

  • You don't do this.

  • That's like changing rooms when they walk into a room there like surprise?

  • Yes.

  • Now I'm loving it.

  • Do this mad as well.

  • Face it, you're addicted to blush.

  • I like that a little pink there.

  • Okay, so we're gonna do lips now.

  • I'm thinking proper cyclamen pink.

  • So got you.

  • Just say future.

  • Just say you sure know it's much more a fuchsia lip.

  • My way of doing this is to you, maybe for attention.

  • Do then you like No, Listen, my wife dig this.

  • Yes, is follow the natural lip line to start with.

  • And even if you know that you want to completely change the shape of your lips, particularly using red or a dark pink reason I like to do this is because once the lipsticks on following your natural lip shape, you can actually see the shape and then pencil afterwards.

  • Because if you do that line round the outside before where you think it's gonna look good, right?

  • You don't actually see the full picture.

  • Okay, So better to do your first layer with the lipstick, and then we will We're going to go pouty, full lift, big mouth.

  • Yeah, because theeighties is all about big mouth strikes on some big gobs.

  • Big mouths and bops, bobs and gobs.

  • Yeah, Bob's gobs and shouted shoulder boards.