How to Improve Facial Skin Tone In AKVIS MakeUp
 

 
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Tutorial: AKVIS MakeUp

Improving Skin Tone

 

Women have always tried to look more beautiful. One of the most important aspects of make-up is to achieve a smooth and even skin complexion. Usually this is achieved with foundation, which gives the skin a certain color. If you don't have any foundation on hand, AKVIS MakeUp can deal with this task wonderfully.

    Original Image Result
  • Step 1. Open an image.

    Original Image
    Original Image
    (click the image to see a larger version)
  • Step 2. The default settings are sufficient for smoothing the skin.

    Fragment of the Original Image After Smoothing
    Fragment of the Original Image After Smoothing

  • Step 3. During the second phase of work a glamorous look will be created using the correction parameters. To access them, switch to Advanced mode, click on the Correction tab, and adjust the settings.

    Correcting the Image in AKVIS MakeUp
    Correcting the Image in AKVIS MakeUp
  • Step 4. Process the entire image by pressing .

    Processing Result in AKVIS MakeUp
    Final Result
    (click on the image to see a larger version in a new window)
 
How It Works How It Works
   — Workspace — Workspace
   — How To Use The Program — How To Use The Program
   — Smoothing — Smoothing
   — Correction — Correction
   — Effects — Effects
   — Retouching — Retouching
   — Batch Processing — Batch Processing
   — Preferences — Preferences
Examples Examples
   — Improving Skin Tone — Improving Skin Tone
   — A Glamourous Couple — A Glamourous Couple
   — High Key Portrait — High Key Portrait
   — How to Look Like a Cover Girl — How to Look Like a Cover Girl
   — The Secret of Charm: B&W Portrait — The Secret of Charm: B&W Portrait

 

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