Open your picture in Photofilre.
Using the Spray tool, make your settings as mine:
Zoom in on your picture and on the cheeks using a pink color, spray one cheek.
Go to Edit >> Fade Spray Tool and change the opacity to what you think looks good. I made mine 60%.
Repeat steps 3 & 4 on the other cheek. The opacity of each cheek may be different depending on the lighting of your picture. My second cheek (on the right) was 45%.
Using the Selection tool on the Polygon setting, make a selection around the lips. You may have to do one lip at a time depending on your picture like mine.
Click 3 times on each lip.
Using the Selection tool on the Polygon setting, make a selection around the teeth. You may have to do one pair of teeth at a time depending on your picture like mine.
Click 2 times on each pair of teeth.
If you have some bumpy skin or want to even it out, using the Blur tool, blur out the areas of skin you want to even out.
Using the Spray tool we’re going to add eye shadow. Zoom in a lot so you can precisely use the spray tool.
Now you may have to change the Radius of the spray tool because of the size of skin between the eye and eye brow. Spray once at the end between the brow and eye.
Go to Edit >> Fade Spray tool >> 50%. You can make your opacity whatever you want.
Keep spraying the where you want the eye shadow to be one spray by spray and make sure to fade it each time. Also, if the amount of skin becomes smaller, make sure to reduce the size of the radius because you don’t want the eye or eye brow to be a different color.
For my picture, as I went more to the right while spraying I made the opacity lower than before to make it look like it was fading. Just try to make it look natural. I made it look as if I were doing the make up on myself.
Using the Selection tool on the Lasso setting, zoom in on your picture and make a selection around the eye lashes.
Click 2 times.
I did this on the bottom eye lashes too but only clicked the contrast button once instead of twice.