Whether you are just starting off in the world of makeup or have already created a signature look that you swear by, this collection of Scott Barnes makeup has the ideal products for you. From starting out as a makeup artist to coming out with his cosmetics line, Scott Barnes knows what is needed to create an effortlessly natural look with nude colors or how to put together a bold face with brighter shades. Explore this collection to find all the makeup essentials you need to transform your look.
For Your Eyes Only
This collection of Scott Barnes makeup features eye shadow palettes and mascaras for every mood. Create a dramatic look perfect for your date night dress with voluminous mascara, or go for the no-makeup effect for a relaxed weekend look when heading out to hang out with friends in that pretty jumpsuit. You can also create a mesmerizing smoky eye effect with a palette that includes dark shades. Complete the look with a dash of highlighter and sheer powder for a stunning look. You can also find essential tools such as brushes in this collection.
Make your lips the focal point of your look with the luscious matte shades and glossy lip color options in the Scott Barnes makeup collection. The non-drying formula, along with the rich texture, keeps your lips looking fuller all day long. You can also mix and match different shades to create your custom blend. With bright colors and darker hues available, you can also use the Scott Barnes lipsticks in this collection to contour your lip for a more glamorous look. The beautifully pigmented, long-lasting formula is ideal for the Friday night office-to-bar transition.
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How To Clean Scott Barnes Makeup Brushes?
Be gentle when it comes to washing makeup brushes. Use lukewarm water on the bristles of the brush, put a few drops of a gentle brush cleanser or mild soap and rub the bristles on your hand or a cleansing pad. Finally, massage the bristles with your fingers and rinse the brushes before squeezing out the moisture and setting them out to dry.