Jasmine Sanders really likes for her eyes to ''stand out'', which is why she applies a lot of beauty products on the area, such as eyeshadow and mascara (on both lashes) to draw attention to her feature.
Jasmine Sanders really likes for her eyes to ''stand out''.
The 26-year-old model has admitted when she is applying her make-up products she likes to have the emphasis on her eyes, and for her festive look she will wear an ''amazing'' gold-coloured eyeshadow and lashings of mascara to draw attention to her facial feature.
Speaking in a video for Teen Vogue about her beauty hacks, which the star has also shared on her Instagram account, she said: ''It's Jasmine Sander, aka Golden Barbie.
''And I am going to show you my holiday Golden look, using just my fingers
''My first step is starting with this amazing gold eyeshadow by Pat McGrath. [Do] little little strokes with your fingers and blend it out.
''Step two: mascara
''I like to wiggle a little at the root.
''I really like my eyes to stand out.''
Jasmine will then apply blusher to her cheeks, as well as highlighter, but she will always sample the products on her hand first to double check the outcome before she is committed and applies the cosmetic product directly to her face.
She explained: ''I'm going to start with my blush, I like to apply it on the apple of my cheek.
''Step number four: highlighter
''If you notice, I put everything on the top of my hand to see what it is going to look like before it apply it to my face.''
And to complete Jasmine's look she relies on a classic staple - a clear lip gloss.
She said: ''So my final step is to get a good old clear lip gloss.''
And the star has revealed for her hair she swears by Moroccan Oil's Curl Defining Cream, because it tames her locks.
Alongside a separate post, which was shared on her photo-sharing site, she wrote: ''As always the @moroccanoil Curl Defining Cream is everything my curls need! The styling products are keeping my curls defined and frizz-free again this winter! #ArganEveryday (sic).''
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