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Coasting : Issue 9 Mar 2010
18 central coast • new south wales PENNY Payne, 30, admits she rarely leaves the house without make-up. But being the mother of an energetic toddler, Penny usually gets less than five minutes to "put her face on". Coasting enlisted Lancome make-up artist Mia Tysoe, from David Jones at Westfield Tuggerah, to create a quick, fail-proof make-up routine for Penny. "At Penny's age we start to see the first signs of aging so the most important thing is to have a good skin-care regime," Mia said. "Use an eye cream and exfoliate regularly even if it is just quickly in the shower. "There's no point lathering on make-up if you neglect the condition of your skin." FOUNDATION: Mia says getting the right foundation is the key to a great look. "The biggest problem is foundation that is too dark, followed by too much foundation. If you have spots or bags under your eyes, use a concealer first, don't make the mistake of piling on foundation trying to cover blemishes up," she said. "In summer we secrete more oils so an oil- free foundation is essential. For Penny, I used Lancome Teint Idole foundation. It lasts really well for about 14 hours and has a sunscreen. "It's important to start applying foundation at the centre of the face and then blend outwards. Otherwise if you're in a hurry you can end up with an ugly line around your jaw." COASTING BEAUTY A make-up routine to EYES HAVE IT: Brown eye shadow and black mascara help to bring out Penny's eyes, while lip gloss gives her entire face a lift. Picture by Aaron Brown. Premium Reseller Digital Appeal. 1/188 The Entrance Road, Erina Shop 2032a Westfield Shoppingtown, Tuggerah Phone 4367 0838 Phone 4367 0838 FREE 12 months training valued at $200 with all Apple Mac computer purchases. We offer more. Service, support, on site service... just ask us! Apple Premium Reseller. c8707951-4Mar YOUNG MUM: Penny Payne before her session with make-up artist Mia Tysoe. EFFECT: Lancome's Hypnose Drama Mascara draws attention to Penny's eyes. BEFORE AFTER EYES: Brown eyes go well with blue eye shadow, or brown shades, Mia says. Being a little conservative, Penny opts for a brown eye shadow, complemented by black mascara. "The look at the moment is really natural but it's important to bring out your best features. Penny has great eyes so I used Lancome's Hypnose Drama Mascara (black) to draw attention to them." LIPS: Mia says blondes need to focus on the eyes, brunettes on the lips. "Being a brunette it's important for Penny to spend a little bit of extra time getting her lipstick right," she said. "But here's a great tip for those in a hurry -- go gloss. Gloss is gorgeous and it gives your face a bit of life and can even make your eyes sparkle. If you're tired of your lipstick colours, a bit of gloss over the top can transform them." By JILL ARMSBERRY
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