In this Photoshop tutorial I will be walking you through the creating new make up for the face.
Open up the stock photo youâ€™ve chosen to be working with for this tutorial. First of all we need to make face skin softer. For this effect duplicate layer with Ctrl+D and apply Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur with the next presets:
After that mess with the layer mode & opacity/fill. I tried Soft Light with opacity of 60%. Ok, now get out the Eraser Tool and make clear area out of face skin.
Merge two layers in one. See the difference:
After that I think we should add some lipstick on lips. So, select the Polygonal Lasso Tool and make selection as on picture below:
Press Ctrl+J to duplicate selected area and change the color with Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation using similar settings to these:
Now we have something like this:
To bring it real view find and get out the Eraser Tool and clear unnecessary parts of the layer out of lips. After that set opacity up to 70% for this layer.
Now I would like to change eyes color and add some eye shadows. Select the Elliptical Marquee Tool and make selection as below:
Press Ctrl+J to duplicate selected area on the new layer. Now Image > Adjustments > Levels with the next presets:
To get the next picture:
Ok, now select the Eraser Tool again and a soft round brush to make a little clean work as on picture below:
After that create a new layer, then select the Polygonal Lasso Tool and make selection similar to the picture below:
Fill the selection with color of #a2ab8d and press Ctrl+D to deselect chosen area:
Apply Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur with the next presets:
Change layer mode to Hue:
Looking pretty good! Isnâ€™t it? And the last one thing, I would like to put on rouge. For this create a new layer, then get out the Brush Tool and a soft round brush and make not so big spots from the left and rights sides of the face using color of #ff94a8:
Now apply Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur with similar settings to these:
Your picture should look as mine:
Now clear rouge out of face borders using the Eraser Tool and set up layer mode to Color for the layer:
That is it! Now we have cool make up effect for the face.