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How To Get Full Coverage Foundation Ft. Patrick Starrr

How To Get Full Coverage Foundation Ft. Patrick Starrr


Hey guys, my name is Patrick Starrr. I’m gonna show you guys
how to cake your face in the best way possible. Foundation, concealer,
powder, setting, all the above to set your face up for
a beautiful makeup look. The four most important
things are priming, foundation, highlight, and contour (it’s all in one), and then setting and baking,
very, very, very important. And, last but not least, blending
all the powders together. First, because we are
going to cake the face, I like to prep my lips and my under-eyes, those being the thinnest
parts of your skin. You wanna make sure, because you’re caking
up makeup all the time, you want to make sure that your skin is protected. I like to use this lip
balm, it’s by Tatcha. If you don’t hydrate your under-eyes, especially if you had a long night out, like me the night before, your makeup will end up
looking so, so creasy and dry, and that’s not what we want. And a lot of people
that I see do eye cream don’t do the tops. So, it’s really important to do the tops of your lids, but be gentle as well. All right, also moisturizing
is really, really important. This one is by Charlotte Tilbury. It’s very, very, very expensive, but because I do shave
and I have razor bumps and we film in very, very
HD here on YouTube land, it’s really good to surge your skin, especially if you’re gonna cake it up. Wake up the skin and massage your skin because you’re gonna be like baby. Like, you know, you’re
massaging your chicken or your turkey to prepare
it for the seasoning. And you wanna go up. All right, so, next, I’m
gonna go ahead and take this Nars Pore & Shine Control Primer. Believe it or not, I get greasy still. So, I’m gonna apply this where I’m the most porous
and the most shiny. And I have my really
large pores right here. I used this when I did
Naomi Campbell’s makeup. OK, I think we’re ready for foundation. I’m gonna go ahead and color, because, you can see,
I have a lot of blue. If you look at a color wheel, the orange cancels out all of the blue, like, all the bruise colors,
and it will neutralize it so when you put on your foundation, it doesn’t look blue or
purple or green underneath. It looks crazy, but this
is very, very important. Now because I have large pores here too, I like to take a little
bit of translucent powder and put it in just to fill it in, kind of like caulk in a wall. All right, now it’s time for the makeup. I’m gonna go ahead and take
this Kryolan TV Paint Stick. Scott Barnes, who does J.Lo’s makeup, does this as well, and it actually works. So I’m gonna start off
with this contour color. I like to contour and
highlight before the foundation because this will peek through. Because if I take my foundation first, then the foundation color,
which is my actual skin color, would tint lighter. So for me, I wanna make
sure that my contour shows and it doesn’t disappear. I love using creams when I’m contouring because they seamlessly blend together, and I have different foundations for different purposes. So this one for sure
is for simply coverage. For longevity, I like to use
the Estée Lauder Double Wear. I’m gonna go ahead and take
a lighter color of this, and this is gonna be my
highlight color here. I’m gonna go here. So we’re gonna make sure that’s
completely full coverage. And I’m starting to look like a Van Gogh painting, so that’s good. I like to cut…see, these
are the points on my face where I like to highlight because I have such a flat, manly face. I like to look snatched. You wanna blend your colors in the direction that it’s going. You see, ’cause I have my contour, if I blend it this way the
darkness would come up, and what was the point of doing it, so I’m gonna go ahead and start and blend all the way back to my neck. Now, remember that foundation
I told you about earlier, the Double Wear foundation, I’m just going to go ahead
and apply this right here, just stippling this a
little bit across the face so it kind of locks it in. So this sponge right here
is by Real Techniques, it is the body blender, if you are a drag queen or a showgirl, this really not for the face, this is actually for your body, but, being that I have a large head and a face, it really gets the job a lot quicker. Go ahead and take this Uoma concealer, this is called the Woke Concealer, I am in the color number Honey, and this concealer, I know, you’re like, you already have makeup on your face, but this is to brighten and just smooth. Again, the same points that we did before, the top of my nose, the
forehead right here, the top of the lip, and the chin, and maybe just, like, a little right here. All right guys. I wet my Beautyblender, and I’m gonna go ahead and take this and blend that concealer. So this Beautyblender, I like
to use for the smaller areas, like under my eyes,
because it has a point. All right so next, now that
I am happy and satisfied with my foundation,
highlight, and contour, it’s time for a powder. Now, I’m going to show
you guys a few different powders that I like to use. It’s not about how much powder you use. What’s more important is what
powder you use for what area. So this is my favorite
powder for under the eyes. This is the Banana Light
Luxury Powder, so, so good, as you can guys can see
I ran out but, you know, I got me a backup. This one is just so micronized. It has, like, a beautiful
translucent, like, banana color, and it has a brightening effect. Right before you blend, make
sure there’s no creases. I like to get the sides
of my nose with this because, you know, I smile,
I laugh, I talk a lot, I have a long day today. My chin, and the center of my forehead. And what your essentially doing, I learned from Kevyn Aucoin, is to, we’re pretty
much reshaping the face, so we’re creating a canvas. This I love because it
is super heavy duty, and so, so strong, because, you know, I have facial hair, my cheeks. The fallout, the shadow from
your eyes, can fall onto here, and it cleans it up right away. So I would say that baking is my favorite part of
the process. Fo’ sho’. So next I’m gonna go ahead and
do my eyebrows and my eyes. Normally that could take
20 minutes, 30 minutes but I would leave this for
about like, 10, 15 minutes as you do your eye makeup,
that way it solidifies and it bakes everything
under into the skin. So now it’s been about
maybe 20-ish minutes since I’ve done my eyes and my lashes, so now I’m gonna wipe this off and reveal skin. But, to make things faster, I like to take my foundation powder. This is the Double Wear Foundation Powder, the color 5W1 bronze. It’s the powder version of
the liquid so, same color, same everything, and I like
to just buff it into the skin so I can bring back color onto my face because, you see, it has,
like, that white color cast. It’s really, really nice
to just kind of go over it. And that baking powder
is more for durability, and this is more for, you know, color. And I only like to use this foundation powder on the outside. Don’t put it all the way up
under your eye, it’s a no-no. No, no, no, no, no, do not do that, because you wanna make sure, because this has a lot
of coverage and color, you wanna make sure this
goes everywhere else except under the eyes. I’m gonna go ahead and bronze and contour. I’m gonna go ahead and take
this Mineralize Skinfinish form MAC, called Dark
Deep, and just kind of sketch out my cheeks, right
here, and just bronze the face. This is what I’ve changed since 2016. I like to cut my cheeks, so,
see it’s a little bit splotchy? We’re gonna kind of erase and go up, and it kind of acts like a reinforcer, and you see the bronze, I just got too bronzer happy. It kind of, like, erases
and reinforces that. Yeah, other things that
have changed since 2016 too is my way of blending,
my patience with makeup, and because I’ve had experience,
like, watching myself back on YouTube, on TV,
on shows and red carpets, I kind of have learned
a lot from looking back at myself, and always
having the mindset that there’s always something new to learn. All right, so this next part’s
one of my favorite parts. I’m going to go ahead and take
the Beautyblender and another foundation powder, yes,
another foundation powder. This is a lighter-color foundation powder, and I like to take this
and put this under my eye. And this kind of is, like, one of the second to last powders, for the ultimate full-coverage look. You’re like, second to last? Yes, second to last powder. So let’s take that same
powder on my Beautyblender and go down the nose,
of course right here, under the eyes, and voila. I’m just gonna go ahead
and blend this part with a little bit of blush,
because, see how it’s, like, the contour now, and the highlight’s gettin’ a little bit cray cray. I became a foundation expert
by having my makeup done by other people because I
know that I don’t know it all. Watching videos of myself, watching myself back on YouTube, and just really trying a new product, there’s always something new launching. Like, almost, like, every
day, every month, every week, every hour, and by watching other people on YouTube I’m really able
to learn something new. Do this and just dust off all the powder. You see? We look cute. We got somewhere today. This is going to give it
that skin-like effect. Keep your eyes closed, get a fan. Spray’s super important
last, because it really locks in the makeup and makes
it look like skin again. Because you guys saw I used
like, 10-bajillion powders on my face, but it’s
really important to do that because this gives it
that HD, finished look and I love it. All right everyone, I got my turban on and a cute little outfit. I hope you guys enjoyed this video. I feel like I look so snatch. This is the Ultimate Full
Coverage Foundation look. I hope you guys learned
some tips and tricks and try this at home. You can follow me on all
social media at Patrick Starrr, subscribe to my YouTube channel, comment down below if you guys liked it, and I hope to see you
all in the next video. Bye.

Comments (35)

  1. Never been so early 😌😌😌

  2. Tons of makeup πŸ€―πŸ™„πŸ˜°πŸ˜±πŸ˜·

  3. I thought they posted this already

  4. its horrible..🀯

  5. This has already been done

  6. I got the large Real Techniques sponge and didn't realize how huge it was until I dampened it and compared to the original! It's so huge I have to pinch it as I'm using it otherwise it's really awkward and hard for me to work with but it blends great just like the original sponge (I got it to try and cut down on blending time – but oh well-lol) . If I put all of this foundation and powder on my face I would look like a clown but Patrick always pulls it off

  7. I am in love!! 😍😍 What gr8 teqniquesπŸ‘πŸΎyou go Patric Starr! πŸ’„ Beautiful fan too😁

  8. 'I am in the colour number….honey' πŸ˜‚

  9. "Colour number… Honey" πŸ€£πŸ€”

  10. Who else thought they already seen this or feel like they just reposted it??🧐

  11. Sis didn’t highlight though

  12. I love himβ™‘

  13. You opened that fan like the Queen you are! Yasssss!!!! πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

  14. So much makeup….by the end I got confused.

  15. GOOO PATRICK!!! 😭❀️

  16. He reminds me of that matchmaker in mulan movie

  17. I thought I was the only one who uses half a bottle of fix plus in one go πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­

  18. My pores are screaming just watching this.

  19. Kinda too much, but It looks good on him

  20. I love Patrick but I hate it when he digs into his lip balms with his nails

  21. DAMMM!!! That transition

  22. The amount of moisturiser he used is scary

  23. Overly proud filipinos commenting "proud filipino here", "who's filipino here?", or "like if ur filipino" in 3..2..1..

  24. 696.50$ for all the products listed

  25. Who does wear lots of make up everyday

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