4 Ways to Use Cloud Paint on Your Makeup
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Cloud Paints is a line of acrylic paint colors that offer various enhancements and varnishes. These enhance the sheen of the acrylic paint and can also be used to get rid of wrinkles. They work in all areas of the face and offer protection against dirt and damage as well. Some are sheer, others have specks of color incorporated into them. Each has its own unique look and feel to it.
Recently launched in May, Cloud Paints has just launched their second bestselling pigment, Cloud Paints Tinted Clear Intumescent Spray Paint. And for a little added radiance, Coco likes to add a tiny touch of her trademark dark gray eyebrow pencil to create that authentic jogging, no sweat, no dust look no matter how dusty that may be outside. The results with the tinted clear spray paint are softness of skin, an even canvas that is semi-translucent, and a beautiful flush of color on the cheeks and forehead. She has two coats to keep the color in place and then a quick wash to get the day started.
Another look that has been getting a lot of popularity recently is the cheekbones highlight look. With the help of a bronzer brush and a very fine eye liner, you can bring out a shimmer in your cheeks and really amp up their shine and radiance. To do this look, first dab a clear blush on the apples of your cheeks; use a coordinating blush brush to blend the blush into the creases of your cheeks. You can then apply the cloud paint in gentle glides to the apples of your cheeks.
Bronzers work great when used along with lipgloss for a full flush of color on your lips. This is a very popular look as it is a subtle way to bring out the color in your lips without changing your lipstick or gloss. You can either use just one coat or more depending on how your skin will react. Another way to do this look is to use a sheer shimmer makeup over your entire lip and have the contrast highlight that you see in the mirror with your blush. This is a pretty easy application method and a wonderful change of pace from traditional bronzers.
There are also times when you need a bit more coverage than you get with a sheer blush and a bronzer. In this case, you may want to use a darker shade of lipstick, such as a nude lipstick in black, so that you can still get your full lips, but you want some of the shadow to be shown off a little bit. Many people prefer sheer lipsticks, especially natural-looking ones, as they have a very natural look to them. You can always use a blush brush to apply the blush to emphasize some of these natural shades, or you can even use the blush as a line to highlight the darker shades of your lipstick.
You can even use shadow as a finishing touch on your lipstick. Instead of just applying the color all over your face, you can build up the color around your chin and along your jawline before you apply the cloud paint to your lips. This gives your overall look a much more polished look, and it also makes your skin tone look much better. The great thing about a matte lipstick is that the cream goes on smoothly and does not streak or disappear into your skin. You can fade the color to the point where you are only having the pinkish cast of it or you can brighten it up to get the bronze effect that you are going for.
Cloud paints are also fantastic for highlighting your cheekbones. For this look, you will want to apply the blush to your cheeks and lightly brush the color in from the inner corners to the outer edges of your cheeks. For the best impact, you should do this about two hours before you go to bed. Once you wake up the next morning, your cheeks will look much fresher and brighter. Make sure that when you apply the blush that you do not move it beyond the crease of your cheeks. If you move it beyond this area, you will end up streaking and masking the pink that you applied, which will ruin the overall look that you are trying to achieve.
One of the final ways that you can use cloud paint to bring out the best features of your face is by painting your eyelids. This is great for when you want to emphasize a really strong feature, such as your eyes or your cheeks. To do this, you will want to apply the makeup to your upper lashes and let it dry for about ten seconds before applying them to your lower lashes. You will then take a q-tip or cosmetic brush and create a long stroke on your lower lash line. When you do this, you will be creating an accent that is very similar to applying false eye makeup.