Rose-Marie's tip: Sometimes the client knows best
“You see these beautiful women and they’re putting blush [below the cheekbone]. That pulls the cheek down. I learned that from Gisele (here with Rose-Marie, far right). And she’s right because if you do it too low, it pulls your face down. [Ed note: This is bad.] Depending on the face, I try not to go below the nostrils.” READ MORE: Celebrity hair: All the cuts and colours in 2015
Rose-Marie's tip: Use foundation sparingly
"When I use foundation, I don’t like to put too much on skin because it just makes you look older. I’ll work around the nose – when you get old, you always have to put makeup there, this is where you age really badly, colour-wise. A little on the chin and that’s all you need. Top it with a little bit of luminizer to give a glow to the skin, that’s it. Don’t go crazy. Less is more." RMS Beauty Living Luminizer ($38), at rmsbeauty.com and thedetoxmarket.ca READ MORE: Is the square nail the shape of the summer?
Rose-Marie's tip: Go easy on the powder and bronzer too
"Bronzer should really be on an elevated part of the face. If we lie in the sun, where do we get the suntan? [The top of the forehead], a little bit on the bridge of the nose and I balance it by putting a little on the chin and a little bit along the jawline. [When it comes to powder] don’t powder the whole face. Just powder the t-zone. Keep it minimal. Powder should never be on your cheeks because it’s just going to dry this out and you want this area reflecting light. READ MORE: 10 beauty buys to know about this September