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Industry secrets from a makeup expert: Chloe Morello reveals her little-known trick to make her look fuller and healthier in seconds

  • Chloe Morello offered a trick to create a fuller hairline with beauty products
  • She swears by the $15.99 Clairol Nice & Easy Touch Up Root Concealing Powder
  • But Chloe says an eyeshadow that matches your hair color works just as well
  • She said that powder can work wonders to create the illusion of a full head of hair










Australian beauty expert Chloe Morello has offered her a simple trick to create a fuller hairline with eyeshadow in just seconds.

The makeup artist, who now lives in Los Angeles, uses a $15.99 Clairol Nice & Easy root-hiding touch-up powder, but says an eyeshadow that matches your hair color works just as well.

The beauty vlogger said a little eyeshadow or a root touch-up powder along the hairline can work wonders to create the illusion of a full head of hair.

Australian beauty expert Chloe Morello (pictured) has offered her a simple trick to create a fuller hairline with eyeshadow

The makeup artist, who now lives in Los Angeles, uses a $15.99 Clairol Nice & Easy root-hiding touch-up powder, but says an eyeshadow that matches your hair color works just as well

The makeup artist, who now lives in Los Angeles, uses a $15.99 Clairol Nice & Easy root-hiding touch-up powder, but says an eyeshadow that matches your hair color works just as well

Before and after: The makeup artist used a $15.99 Clairol Nice & Easy touch-up root-hiding powder, but says an eyeshadow that matches your hair color works just as well

Chloe Morello’s Beauty Secrets

1. Shave fine hairs with an eyebrow razor to create an ultra-smooth base

2. Never skip eye cream as it helps to keep the area plump and soft before makeup

3. Allow the face cream to fully absorb before continuing with foundation

4. Apply foundation with a smaller brush so you can work with smaller amounts, then build up slowly

5. Always start with foundation from the center of the face and over redness and blemishes, leaving lighter coverage at the hairline

6. Apply foundation to ears, neck and collarbones

7. For longer, lasting results, use clear eyelash glue as a gel to shape the brows

8. Apply product to the back of your hand to measure pigment/strength before applying to face

9. Try applying mascara to the lower lashes with a flat brush to avoid clumping

10. Use a hairspray powder or a matching eyeshadow to create a fuller hairline and hide a lighter scalp

“One thing I think a lot of professionals do that you don’t really notice is they color in the hairline,” the 30-year-old said in a statement. Youtube video.

“You just perfect the hairline that way, there’s no white line between the bronzer, foundation and our hairline, especially if you have brown hair which is quite a stark contrast. So fill that in to make it look fuller and give it that more perfect shape.

“You can even use it in your part to make your part appear thicker. Don’t be too heavy-handed – you don’t want to look like you’re wearing a helmet.’

She said the trick is perfect for areas where hair is sparse or if you have a paler scalp.

Her go-to product for creating a full hairline is the Clairol Nice & Easy touch-up powder for concealing roots - but eyeshadow works just as well

Her go-to product for creating a full hairline is the Clairol Nice & Easy touch-up powder for concealing roots – but eyeshadow works just as well

The beauty vlogger said a little eyeshadow or a root touch-up powder along the hairline can work wonders to create the illusion of a full head of hair.

The beauty vlogger said a little eyeshadow or a root touch-up powder along the hairline can work wonders to create the illusion of a full head of hair.

Her tip comes just months after she revealed why she shaves her face twice a month to get a “flawless finish” with her foundation every time.

Chloe said facial shaving — or “dermaplaning” — is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face and on your cheeks or chin before applying your skincare and makeup.

“A great hack to get a really flawless foundation result is to shave off the peach fuzz on your face,” Chloe said in a statement. TikTok video.

BEFORE: The 30-year-old expert said facial shaving — or

AFTER: The 30-year-old expert said facial shaving — or 'dermaplaning' — is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face

BEFORE AND AFTER: The 30-year-old said facial shaving — or “dermaplaning” — is beneficial for removing unwanted hair from the edges of your face and on your cheeks

Chloe said you should try it yourself at home, you just need to follow a few simple steps.

“I apply an oil and I usually do it after a shower when showering softens my skin and hair follicles,” explains Chloe.

“Use an eyebrow razor—this one’s from Revlon—to gently remove the peach fuzz from your face, being very careful not to shave your eyebrows, of course.”

Once you’ve removed all the hair you want to remove from your face, the beauty expert recommends washing your face and applying a “gentle” moisturizer suitable for sensitive skin.

“When you start applying your foundation, it looks so perfect and smooth,” Chloe said.

She said you should always do a patch test first to make sure the process is going to work for your skin, and you can dermaplane as often as twice a month for the best results.

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