Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Three Interesting Makeup Tricks!

1.The Most Important Thing – Proper Contouring

Proper countering is perhaps the most important thing when you apply makeup on your face. The main reason for using makeup on your face is that you want to hide the features that you do not like so much and underline the ones that are your favourite. Using makeup and the proper contouring is important when you are going to pose for photos, because the camera is much more sophisticated then the normal human eye and it can capture all the shadows and highlights.
There are special powders for proper countering and highlighting and you can try to use them, but there is also the variant to use such powder that is darker than your skin with a few shades, and a foundation that is lighter than you skin. There are certain areas that you need to define with darker shades – your neck, under your cheek bones, and other parts of your face like the zone under your eyes and the t-zone is where you should highlight.

2.The Illusion of Larger Lips

Well, unfortunately we are not all blessed with big and juicy lips that we like so much to see on a woman’s face, but there are a few tricks that can help you create this illusion. The simplest one is to use a lip pencil and apply a line outside your normal lip line. That means just to go slightly off your normal lip line so that you create the effect; otherwise all you could achieve is to look like a clown.

3.How to Save Your Eye Line

If you are using eyeliner as part of your makeup vision, perhaps you also check from time to time if it is still there. Some eyeliners are not so stable and tend to vanish after some time, may be because they are not like waterproof makeup. But waterproof makeup is really hard to be taken off, the process of removing, for example the lashes, can be even painful. That is why I prefer not to use waterproof makeup but have some tricks for saving the makeup on my face. Such a trick is to put pressed powder under your eye liner on your bottom lid. With this you create some kind of a barrier so that your eyeliner does not go downward.

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