For those who love a minimal make-up look, Erich Gonzales must be your go-to supply of inspo!
Her make-up even appears contemporary and intact in freezing chilly climate! Take a look at her selfies throughout a visit to Japan and Norway:
If you are curious to know the way Erich does her make-up, you will additionally love the most recent add on her YouTube channel. Following her three-step skincare routine, the actress additionally shared how she achieves her barely-there, “no make-up” look!
Within the video, the actress reveals how she applies blush for a pure flush, her go-to concealer (AKA her final secret that enables her to skip basis), and her simple contouring ideas for a refined sculpt. It is such an easy-to-follow routine total, so it is good for an on a regular basis look. Watch the total video under!
Erich begins her make-up routine by making use of blush on. When making use of a liquid blush, “Dab lang. I don’t actually rub. I don’t like rubbing [makeup] sa face ko kasi tremendous delicate yung pores and skin ko,” explains Erich.
2. Concealer and Setting Powder
She applies concealer solely on areas that want the protection like her below eyes. She then units it with a setting powder.
3. Forehead Pencil
“Hindi ako masyado makapal magazine kilay,” explains Erich. As an alternative of shaping her brows, she solely fills within the patchy areas after which blends it in with a spoolie. To realize a bushy forehead impact, she additionally brushes up her arches and units it with a forehead gel.
The fresh-faced magnificence strikes on to making use of a bronzer “para hindi masyado maputla [yung muhka].” Take notice that as an alternative of totally sculpting the face, she solely evenly faucets her bronzer on her cheekbones, brow, and jawline for a pure look.
Lip Balm and Lipstick
To finish her no-makeup make-up, Erich applies a medicated lip balm earlier than swiping on a rosy, pink lipstick for a healthy-looking pout!
With extra reporting by Patricia Melliza
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.
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