Touche Eclat by Yves Saint Laurent makeup product can be safely called a cult. Celebrities use it, makeup artists of the stars and stylists love it, and female beauty-bloggers from around the world never stop writing about it.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Touche Eclat, the Yves Saint Laurent> brand has released a special holiday edition of a concealer.
Fred Letailleur, makeup artist of the North-European Bureau of Yves Saint Laurent, presented the fans of the brand with 20 tips for using Touche Eclat in honor of its 20th anniversary:
- Around the eyes to hide imperfections.
- At the inner corner of eye to make the eyes seem not too close to the nose when using saturated eye makeup.
- For matte shadows – mix the eye shadows with Touche Eclat on the back of your hand.
- Shade number 3 neutralizes blue.
- Use it as a primer for the eye shadows.
- In the inner corners of eyes – to hide weariness and to brighten the white of the eye.
- Shade number 6 is used as a warm shade of suntan on the cheeks.
- Use sharpened brushes for especially precise application of Touche Eclat.
- Use it on the nose, on the protruding parts of your cheeks and chin – for creating face makeup, and as a highlighter.
- Dark colors (such as the number 5) are used to correct the face. Applying them under the cheekbones will make the face thinner.
- Apply the product with your fingers and a brush for blush.
- Press the Touche Eclat three times, apply drops on the skin, and then spread them with a cotton swab.
- Apply it under the brows to visually separate the eyebrows from the shadows.
- Combine it with the cream around the eyes.
- Apply it on the wings of the nose to neutralize redness and capillaries.
- To make the lips fuller, apply a drop in the middle of the lips over the lipstick and blend it well.
- Apply it around the lips, if you want to highlight them.
- You can use Touche Eclat on the neckline.
- If the nail cuticles are reddish – apply Touche Eclat, and they will be uniform in tone.
- Touche Eclat concealer will hide the flaws on the skin – not just on the face, but on the hands and feet as well.