No Sweat Yoga Skin Makeup: master 4 different dewy skin techniques

by Emily J. May 23, 2020
Who knew?! And I am not talking about the pandemic that’s ravaging the world. However, in the light of recent events our coping mechanisms are going into overdrive and we all are turning our heads towards the sun, spring and everything that keeps us feeling alive and well. Hence, this week's hot topic is yoga skin. Imagine if you just stepped out of an extremely satisfying yoga class, looking flushed, skin glowing and eyes radiating happiness?! Well, if you are not a yoga person, don’t worry, this look of fresh, glowing, light complexion is not going to require any physical effort- it's entirely achievable with makeup.


The technique was invented by the scottish makeup artist, Sara Hill - one of those freaky things where you post something on the internet and it goes viral overnight. To be honest, it is not only genius in it’s simplicity, but also allows one to produce a result that no glowing primer or luminous foundation will ever mimic.
And most importantly - it’s FUN! And that’s what we are currently missing the most. So if you are brave enough to step out of the shoes of the makeup artist and wander into the ground of a slightly mad chemist, let’s look through the products and formula :)

Original Yoga Skin:

And here's the most important bit - the formula itself:


Skin Prep:

I know that you thought, I was going to skip this. Well, babe, whether you find the prep tedious or not - it’s absolutely necessary. The goal of Yoga skin prep is to plump skin as much as possible. And there’s a full action plan to take into account:

Execution:

Here comes the fun bit! Sara recommends using your hands, but in the light of recent events, we suggest mixing all products on the mixing palette and covering the face with the result. Keep in mind that the textures of products have to be similar, so avoid using heavy foundations with lots of coverage. Once you applied the first layer - let it settle.


Learn the rest of these steps on creating glowing complexion with yoga-skin connoisseur Sara Hill!

Sign up for a Sara's virtual makeup masterclass "Master Glowing Yoga-skin Makeup" and learn how to execute this revolutionary technique step by step!

Plus receive an ultimate step-by-step PDF guide, PDF certificate and product list!

Click Learn more button

No Sweat Yoga Skin Makeup: master 4 different dewy skin techniques

by Emily J. May 23, 2020
Who knew?! And I am not talking about the pandemic that’s ravaging the world. However, in the light of recent events our coping mechanisms are going into overdrive and we all are turning our heads towards the sun, spring and everything that keeps us feeling alive and well. Hence, this week's hot topic is yoga skin. Imagine if you just stepped out of an extremely satisfying yoga class, looking flushed, skin glowing and eyes radiating happiness?! Well, if you are not a yoga person, don’t worry, this look of fresh, glowing, light complexion is not going to require any physical effort- it's entirely achievable with makeup.


The technique was invented by the scottish makeup artist, Sara Hill - one of those freaky things where you post something on the internet and it goes viral overnight. To be honest, it is not only genius in it’s simplicity, but also allows one to produce a result that no glowing primer or luminous foundation will ever mimic.
And most importantly - it’s FUN! And that’s what we are currently missing the most. So if you are brave enough to step out of the shoes of the makeup artist and wander into the ground of a slightly mad chemist, let’s look through the products and formula :)

Original Yoga Skin:

And here's the most important bit - the formula itself:


Skin Prep:

I know that you thought, I was going to skip this. Well, babe, whether you find the prep tedious or not - it’s absolutely necessary. The goal of Yoga skin prep is to plump skin as much as possible. And there’s a full action plan to take into account:

Execution:

Here comes the fun bit! Sara recommends using your hands, but in the light of recent events, we suggest mixing all products on the mixing palette and covering the face with the result. Keep in mind that the textures of products have to be similar, so avoid using heavy foundations with lots of coverage. Once you applied the first layer - let it settle.

Learn the rest of these steps on creating glowing complexion with yoga-skin connoisseur Sara Hill!

Sign up for a Sara's virtual makeup masterclass "Master Glowing Yoga-skin Makeup" and learn how to execute this revolutionary technique step by step!

Plus receive an ultimate step-by-step PDF guide, PDF certificate and product list!

Click Learn more button