Beauty hacks are part of everyday life when it comes to the hustle and bustle of Project Runway® Season 15
, but these tips are essential for women both on and off the runway. Read on to discover how Luis Casco uses some of his favorite Mary Kay®
products to make creating enchanting looks easier than ever!
Mary Kay® Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover
When you’re creating an intense eye look, you can use a sponge or cotton ball with a bit of this eye makeup remover to clean any eye shadow fallout under the eyes.
Mary Kay® Undereye Corrector
Using the undereye corrector after cleaning up eye shadow fallout helps wake up tired-looking eyes.
Mary Kay® Perfecting Concealer
We use tiny amounts of concealer to highlight/contour certain areas of the face, such as the bridge and sides of the nose, above the Cupid’s bow, etc.
Mary Kay® Brow Gel
We use this a lot — especially on models with unruly brows. It’s the perfect touch-up tool.
Mary Kay® Cream Eye Color/Concealer Brush*
If we have to touch up bold lips, we use a concealer brush with a tiny bit of concealer to clean up the edges of the lips.
Limited-Edition† Mary Kay Glowing Finish™ Illuminating Stick
Lately, we’ve been applying the illuminating sticks to areas such as the décolleté and arms for an added glow.
Mary Kay® Sheer Mineral Pressed Powder
We apply powder as the girls are about to go out on the runway. However, it’s always strategically applied to the areas that are prone to a lot of shine, such as under the eyes, the forehead and T-zone area. It’s also a great product for last minute touch-ups on the go.
Mary Kay® CC Cream Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 15**
If someone has a “leggy” look, we make sure that we use a bit of CC cream to add light color correction. It’s important to do this step after getting dressed and to let the CC cream dry before setting it with translucent powder or finishing spray.
Mary Kay® Oil Mattifier and Beauty Blotters® Oil-Absorbing Tissues
When the models have oily skin, we usually use the oil mattifier as well as the Beauty Blotters®, which all of the makeup artists carry in their set bags. The oil-absorbing tissues were so popular that the designers kept asking for them so they could blot their faces during their interviews.