Snatchural | I tried Scott Barnes x Tati's Tutorial (and a whole lot of new products!)

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Last month over on Tati's channel (GlamLifeGuru), she dropped a video with celebrity makeup artist Scott Barnes called "JLo's Makeup Artist Does My Makeup". I watched it immediately, as I'm a huge fan of Scott's makeup style, and have been for quite a long time. If you're not familiar with him, you've definitely seen his work. He's the artist behind the signature J.Lo glow, and has worked with countless celebrities. He also did the makeup for J Lo's recent tour.







I've been a fan of Scott's since he released his first book, called *About Face. In this book, he talked about his techniques and showed how he transformed various women through the power of makeup. I was super excited to see him pop up in a YouTube video, where I could see him put his techniques into action so I could pick up some tips.


In Scott's tutorial on Tati's channel, he breaks down his "Snatchrual" style of makeup (snatched, but natural) which most notably shows how he does highlight and contour underneath foundation (using two shades). I wanted to try it out, and I got a chance to before a recent photo shoot that I had.






My makeup looked soooooo bomb (it photographed beautifully), and this will definitely be how I do my makeup in the future for special events and photo shoots. I also used a bunch of new products (like the Fenty bronzer, concealer, setting powder, and the Milk Makeup hydro grip primer), and I'm happy with how they performed as well.


Check out my tutorial to see how I got snatchural! 








Products Used:

Brows:
FabBrows Eyebrow Kit  

Primers:
NYX Glitter Primer (Smile Lines)

Face:
Fenty Beauty Bronzer in Coco Naughty
MAC Lipglass in "C-Thru"



Have you ever tried highlight and contour under your foundation? Are you snatchural? Holla at me in the comments.



Stylishly Yours, 
Theresa Seyi

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