Then you apply Foundation as a base. To determine the proper colour, you can test it on the neck. The optimum colour approaches as much as possible the colour of the own skin.
Squeeze a little foundation out of the tube onto a clean spatula. Work from the spatula using a clean, dry latex sponge or a slightly moist make-up sponge, applying the foundation to the skin in a thin layer.

Work the base out properly, up into the hairline, and do not forget the ears and neck. This is how you avoid a mask-like effect.

FOUNDATION = Foundation
To fix and matt it, you can powder the Foundation off with Grimas Make-up Powder. Make-up Powder is light-coloured but works out transparent.

Make-up Powder can be applied with a Grimas Velour Powder Puff, a Powder Puff or a Powder Rouge Brush. Gently tap the puff or brush on the back of the hand and then apply lightly on top of the make-up.

Allow to settle in and remove the excess powder with a Powder-Rouge Brush.

EYES

Take the required colour of eye shadow out using a brush or applicator. Then you run the eye shadow over your hand to test the colour intensity. In principle, you apply a light-coloured eye shadow to the upper eyelid, a dark colour in the eye fold and a light colour to the eyebrow arch.
Apply the light colour first using the applicator and touch up with a latex sponge. Dark colours (for example in the fold of the upper eyelid) you apply with a brush.

You can make an eyeliner with Grimas Eyeshadow/Rouge and a little Cleansing Lotion.

Scrape a little Grimas Eyeshadow/Rouge loose using a spatula or the back of a brush. Take it up with a brush that has been moistened with Grimas Cleansing Lotion and mix it on the back of your hand. Apply the eyeliner with an MR 1 or MR 2 brush.

Upper eyelash edge: pull the outer corner of the eye upwards a little, get the subject to close their eyes and use a brush to place the eyeliner against the upper eyelashes and apply it from the inner corner outwards. Do not start too close to the inner corner of the eye and stop at the outer corner of the eye. If you want to draw the eyeliner line further, do this while the eyes are open and do not pull the skin. Let the line run a little upwards from a quarter of the way from the end.

If necessary, thicken the drawn line to the desired shape.