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CLICK TO BUY: This trick will hold your foundation in place all day. No excess post powdering. It will also fill in pores and some fine lines! I KNOW! We’ve been told… Video Rating: 4 / 5 My appearance on the CHCH Channel 11 Morning Live News program 03/28/12. Host Annette Hamm and I discussed the 2 most popular makeup looks for brides on their wedding day and some useful … Video Rating: 4 / 5

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  • gossmakeupartist 5 years ago
  • Chrissy-Rose Angel 5 years ago

    I love your videos Wayne. I don’t use much makeup during the day because as
    an Aussie it is too bloody hot so it just melts off and I end up looking
    like a wax dummy caught in a heat wave. However, when I do I find this
    trick really works and my foundation stays on much better.

    p.s. I find your videos very informative and useful. Although they are
    entertaining I find a lot of other makeup tutorials full of chatting or
    giggling and not getting down to the business of helping me look as good as
    possible without the use of a sandblaster and industrial strength plumber’s
    putty. Thanks so much for sharing your tricks and tips. I appreciate all
    the time you give to be so helpful. :-)

  • Kaat Desmet 5 years ago

    Thank you so much for this tip ! Can I ask you something please? Due to
    medication I sweat a lot, also in my face. Will this loose powder help
    stopping the transpiration? Or what else can I do to stop this?
    Especially in summer this is a big problem to me. I live in Belgium, so
    temperatures here are normal but it still is a problem to me. Can you help
    me please? Thank you ! Love your video’s !!

  • Amanda Price 5 years ago

    Your methods are amazing, your tutorials are straight to the point, and
    even your personality is lovely. I cannot wait to try this! Thank you! 

  • Cassandra Bevan 5 years ago

    I’m gonna try it right now. Yesterday it like 40degrees and I walked from
    the house to the car and it was so bloody hot my makeup started dripping
    down my face, my forehead makeup was sitting on my nose and cheeks…not a
    good look. Time to give your method a try ♡

  • Celeste Mayfield 5 years ago

    I have really dry skin. By the end of the day my foundation looks cakey, my
    lines under the eyes look twice as big and deep and it is very patchy
    around my mouth and nose. Thank you for the tip about large pores and the
    natural brush. Worked wonderfully. I’m excited to try this in the morning.
    The lights at work are fluorescent and unforgiving about any areas of wear
    on the face

  • Abby Everett 5 years ago

    What’s the difference between pressed and loose powder, please 

  • Ingrid Gonzalez 5 years ago

    It doesn’t work for dry skin????

  • znieszka 5 years ago

    please help us who have really oily skin! I have tried so many of your oily
    skin techniques and I am still oily after 1pm. if I use the powder method
    my foundation becomes cakie. Also, all the name brand of primers break me
    out even the ones for oily skin – I am just don’t know how to make it last
    longer :(

  • Elsie Trainor 5 years ago

    Love, love, love his makeup tips!

  • Kucinta Moody 5 years ago

    +gossmakeupartist Tried this reverse method and my made up skin looked
    impeccable. I am very impressed. I have dry skin and my make up stayed
    untouched for 6 hours, afterwhich I notice my foundation started to cake
    and I had to retouch with a press powder. It’s not a problem as I hardly go
    through that length of time without touch-ups. Thanks for the tip.

  • lilyashagirl 5 years ago

    Awesome Tip!!! Wayne Can you Please do a Video Showing the Steps to Conceal
    For Dry Skin so it Looks Flawless!!! And Doesn’t Crease, look Cakey or Like
    Raccoon Eyes!!! Really loving these Tips & Tricks Vids because of You Im
    looking like a Million Bucks at 44 !!! Thx

  • LO LOT LOT 5 years ago

    This is a wonderful technique and I want to try it. Now, you said to follow
    it in succession, when should I do concealing? I have hyper pigmentations
    and scarring so concealing is a must for me.

  • IMFJP82075 5 years ago

    This & your “how to stop your concealer from creasing under your eyes”
    video are the 2 best tips I’ve ever gotten & used in reference to makeup
    application. I cannot thank u enought bc these tips are GAME CHANGERS!!! 

  • platinumbebe 5 years ago

    I have tried this technique, however, noticed that when I put on my
    foundation it smears everything and creates a patchy look where i have to
    take everything off and start all over.. What am I doing wrong? (I make
    sure everything is blended correctly and applied properly before moving to
    the next step. )

  • Virginia De Vega 5 years ago

    Thank you +gossmakeupartist ! More than anything I LOVE that you’re very
    straightforward and your sincerity just exudes through my computer screen
    🙂 Keep doing what you’re doing!

  • Penelope Vazquez 5 years ago

    LOVED IT!!!! I’m going to try it….
    thank you…. 

  • Dianne Bondy 5 years ago

    I loved this tip. I tried it and I have oily skin so powdered after the
    foundation. I really loved the result

  • Anna Vogt 5 years ago

    I love all your videos and ideas, however, something weird about watching a
    guy who sports facial hair putting on makeup. Well, actually even a GUY
    putting on makeup is weird. Your videos ARE really helpful though. Thanks.

  • Laura Hutchins 5 years ago

    +gossmakeupartist Of course this sounded crazy but since YOU were
    recommending it, I tried it. AMAZING. I have drier skin and my makeup
    tends to cake on the surface, but I need full coverage. I used Olay
    moisturizer, light dusting of ELF HD loose translucent powder, Revlon 24
    hour Colorstay, then concealer, cream highlighter, set with another light
    dusting of ELF powder and then MAC powder blushes. I have an airbrushed –
    full coverage look with no caking!

  • Jeanne Strauss 5 years ago

    Thank you, thank you, a million times, thank you

  • Can you be any more brilliant?! I accidentally added powder before my
    concealer one day and found that it worked and it didn’t cake. I can’t wait
    to try this all over my face. Thank you, you’re the best Wayne!

  • Wynters Thoughts 5 years ago

    Omg, great tip! I’ve been doing this for years!! One day I was half asleep
    from being out to late the night before, and I accidentally powdered with
    the Tarte loose powder before I put my foundation on… I didn’t have time
    to start over, so I was like screw it and just threw my foundation over it,
    I was amazed at how it turned out, and how long it lasted. So I tested it
    again the next day and Yep it works!! So I’ve been doing it since when I
    need my makeup to stay on all day! And for clients that want serious
    staying power & coverage! 🙂 

  • Fabiola Kolp 5 years ago

    Wow! I love watch your videos. You are a great inspiration, and I am
    learning a lots of tricks with you. We ‘women from all over the world”
    needs your guidance and expertise in makeup’s fashion. Thank you precious.

  • Jacqueline Smith 5 years ago

    Wayne, I have only just discovered you several days ago and cannot stop
    watching. This suggested new way (order) to apply foundation is wonderful.
    I tried it yesterday and hours after I made up my face my husband
    commented on how wonderful my “new” makeup looked. I loved it, too. Thank
    you so much for this and all of your many tips, kindness and sense of

  • Isa Amor 5 years ago


  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago

    Thank you!

  • chou kawaii 5 years ago

    wait, I was in class, nevermind… 🙁 But I’m so happy to have seen you on
    my local news channel)

  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago


  • Shalima Mehta 5 years ago

    You mentioned that you can help someone create a look, pick out what makeup
    to purchase and also a lesson. I’m interested in that, how would I go about
    organizing that?

  • Shilpa Veer 5 years ago

    You inspire me to become a makeup artist 🙂

  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago

    Lol, yup I’m from Canada 🙂

  • Spiced Beauty 5 years ago


  • rockinpoison89 5 years ago

    Good job, you’re so pretty and i like your outfit 😉

  • Taral P 5 years ago

    This is going to sound so weird but anyway… You’re indian <3, and
    Canadian <3 lol Love that 🙂 You're so pretty by the way 🙂

  • tsquared2000 5 years ago

    Great job! Which lipstick is the second model wearing???

  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago

    Thank you!! 🙂

  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago

    Aww thanks for the kind words 🙂

  • funnyfacebeauty 5 years ago

    This is awesome Deepa!!!

  • DesiMakeupGrl 5 years ago

    Such great tips Deepa!! Thanks for sharing. Lovin the bright blazer. You’re
    totally rockin it!!

  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago

    Thanks 🙂

  • Shar MP 5 years ago

    Wow! this was awesome. you are a celebrity. love all your tips.

  • mardel3 5 years ago


  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago

    Lol thanks! 😉

  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago

    Email me at info@deepaberar. com

  • chou kawaii 5 years ago

    omg you were in my city!!! how did I miss this!!!

  • Deepa Berar 5 years ago

    Thank you! She’s wearing Hug me by MAC