Sunday, May 5, 2019

Makeup Application Tips

Apply eye shadow 

contains finding out what suits your eyes best. There are two primitive ways to use eye shadow in shape shading, “rounded” and “winged”.

Apply eye shadow to the outer corner of the eyelid and outstretch it up.

Blotch silver eye shadow to resuscitate droopy eyes. Some women prefer to use eye shadow with a dank brush or applicator. This helps in intensifying the color. Powder eye shadows come in singles or color related sets. Cream eye shadows may be harmonized with powder eye shadows. Use your fingers for mixing cream eye shadows. Glancing eye shadow can be used for evening makeup.


should be applied nearby to the base of the eyelashes.

Using an eyeliner pencil, run the pencil above the upper eyelid lashes right nigh to the lash line. Generally pencils have a foam rubber smudger on one tip.
Don’t apply eyeliner in a thick line. It looks uneven and makes the eye appear heavy and tired.

Eyeliner is obtainable in a wide range of hues, from the common black, brown and grey to more adventurous shades such as bright primary colors, pastels, frosty silvers and gold.

Liquid eyeliner 

is available in a bottle rather like ink, and you must use a other brush to use.
Eye Liner makes the lashes appear lush and draws care to the eye and can grace or even change the eye’s shape.

Applying foundation 

is a simple task. Foundation helps to even out skin tone and give the look of unblemished skin.

Apply in the morning and settle with powder to keep a gentle complexion all day. There are positive tricks to applying foundation. Choose a foundation that exactly matches your skin.

Some people apply foundation to cover up dark under eye circles somewhat, but if you have nay pimples, red spots or dark circles, use a concealer; not foundation.


is one of the most significant products in any woman’s beauty arsenal.

Concealers are of a compact composition than regular foundations and are usually available in sticks, tubes, pots, and creams. Concealers can be used to shelter imperfection, dark spots, ruddy areas, marks, veins, freckles or under eye circles.

Apply your concealer with a tiny fine tipped brush for an exact application. Always set your concealer with a cut, translucent powder to prevent creasing. Instead, use eyeliner and mutate it into a beauty spot.


adds the finishing touch to any makeup application. Using lipstick with moisturizers and sun protection is one good way to prevent the lips from weather changes.

Put on lipstick from the tube or by using a firm, small lipstick brush. For lasting lip color, shade both lips with lip liner after outlining them. Apply foundation or concealer to the edges of your lips to gloom the edge.

Use a lip liner 

to define your lips just inside the lip line, then brush on a layer of matte lip color. Even short, stubby lashes requires a coat of mascara.


is one of the most famous beauty items’ outlines and brings color to the lashes, and highlights and dramatizes eyes. Use mascara to the lower row of lashes (optional).

Using a proper application technique when putting on mascara is highly important to achieve a finished look.

Face powder 

is among the few beauty necessities. Powder sets your makeup, making a shine-free, even finish. Use loose powder at home, and carry a pressed powder condensed for a midday touchup. To put on face powder effectively, you need to use powder puffs and brushes.

Apply powder with a clean, cotton puff and chunk the used one.

Powder should be trifled on the face slowly, dexterously with a steady hand, applying light pressure, so that it settles down in the pores.
Powder gets caught on eyebrows and eye-lashes, if not cleaned with an eyebrow brush. Brush extra powder off with an anti-clockwise movement, from the end of the eyebrow upwardly.

Mineral face powders 

are chemical and fragrance-free and hypoallergenic. A powder must always be actuated after the foundation and before the eye makeup.

Opt for an oil-free powder if you have oily skin. Avoid applying large amounts of powder under the eyes. Always remove the excess powder with a clean brush.

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