How to Fake Flawless Skin

Photo by: Chris Eckert/Studio D
Jacqueline Hempstead, 48, wants her makeup to look fresh and natural--but also to tone down her redness and dark circles. Her technique--using a heavy foundation stick ... more 
Photo by: Chris Eckert/Studio D
Jacqueline Hempstead, 48, wants her makeup to look fresh and natural--but also to tone down her redness and dark circles. Her technique--using a heavy foundation stick on her cheeks and a light concealer under her eyes--had uneven results. Makeup artist Ross Burton showed her a much better way to hide imperfections while creating a glowy complexion.

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Wed, Feb 27, 2013 7:40 PM EST
By Oprah.com