Janine Gutierrez spills 5 makeup secrets

Beauty shouldn’t be complicated; it should be simple but pretty. Actor, host, and model Janine Gutierrez swears by these five makeup secrets to achieve that simply pretty look. 

Janine Gutierrez is sharing makeup secrets on April 30 during a livestream on Avon’s Facebook page.
BB cream if you’re in a rush

No time for the whole primer-concealer-foundation shebang? Go for a multi-benefit BB cream that provides coverage and moisturizes skin. If you’re opting for multi-use, Janine suggests taking it a notch higher by using a 2-in-1 product like Avon’s BB Cream and Blush Duo, which packs a BB cream and a blush in one tube. 

Keep brows tamed and full

It’s not enough to choose just one from the two, do them both—tame and fill. Simply Pretty Brow Gel Mascara tames unruly brow hairs while also filling them with tint for that fuller look. 

Hate smudge? Use a spoon!

Mascara is usually applied last when doing eye makeup. So to avoid smudging your already shaded eyelids, take a spoon and hold it over your lids while putting on Simply Pretty Full Lash Mascara. 

Start with dots when lining eyes

Drawing a perfect line on the eyes is a challenge, even for those who do it frequently. One trick to get a consistent width is starting out with a few dots (or dash lines), then connect everything. For this trick, Janine uses Simply Pretty Eye Defining Pencil. 

‘X’ marks the spot

On your lips, that is. To get a fuller look, draw an X on your Cupid’s Bow using a lip pencil (Simply Pretty Lip Defining Pencil). From there, fill in the rest with a lipstick (Simply Pretty Lipstick Duo) of the same shade. 

Bonus tip

Want more beauty secrets? Avon Simply Pretty ambassador Janine Gutierrez and celebrity makeup artist Anthea Bueno are spilling them on Avon Philippines Facebook page on April 30 at 6:00 p.m. 

Topics: Janine Gutierrez , Avon Simply Pretty , BB cream , Simply Pretty Brow Gel Mascara , Simply Pretty Full Lash Mascara , Simply Pretty Eye Defining Pencil , Simply Pretty Lip Defining Pencil
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