Jecca Blac was founded by Jessica Blackler, who began by offering makeup lessons to those who wanted to experiment with makeup for the first time. Jessica was inspired by her clients to create a brand and products that celebrated all makeup wearers.

This is a guide on how to get started with makeup. Whether you are looking to refresh your skills or you are just starting out, these tutorials are filled with tips and tricks from Jessica.

STEP 1. PRIme Time

Primers are used after your skincare to help your makeup last longer. There are many different primers on the market depending on the desired skin finish - we’ve narrowed the needs of our customers down to three different products: 

Blur & Matte Primer: Creating a matte finish that blurs skin texture (blemishes, beard stubble) this Primer is our best product for oil control, meaning you’ll have the best base for heavier coverage.

Glow Drops Primer: Create a dewy, glowing finish which also doubles up as a highlight when completing your look. This product is perfect for those who prefer a natural, glowing finish. 

Hydrate Primer: A moisturising primer that is suitable for all skin types - so hydrating, it can even be used to replace your daily moisturiser.


STEP 2. Flawless Base

Colour Correctors & Concealers are used to cover under eye darkness, blemishes, beard shadow and redness. Jecca Blac’s Correct & Conceal Palette is a medium to full coverage. The Concealer part of the palette can be used as an all over base as an alternative to foundation.


STEP 3. Contour & Highlight

Contouring and highlighting is a technique used to define and highlight parts of the face and body. There are many different ways to contour - which can be overwhelming to someone first experimenting with makeup techniques and products. However, our Sculpt & Soften Palette (contour and highlight palette) includes a How To Guide (34 pages) on how to contour for your personal needs.