Did you learn to do makeup from your mother, friends or from your favorite YouTube makeup/beauty bloggers? If you want to gain some real knowledge related to makeup, we have got some quick tips for you. Do you know that you should apply your foundation after your eye makeover? A loose eyeshadow won’t ruin your coverage and that’s not the only trick you need to know.
Mix and Match
Can’t find the perfect shade of foundation according to your skin tone? Don’t worry! Mix and match your perfect blend by simply combining one shade darker and one shade lighter foundation to create the perfect one according to your skin color. You can also use your daily cream, which is self-adjusting to your skin tone. It helps to prime, firm, brighten, and mattify your face which gives you the best look.
Contouring is something new which your mother may not have taught you, but trust me it’s worth learning as it acts as a cherry to your cupcake. The actual reason of contouring is to highlight your cheekbones to make them stand out perfectly. Lowlighting is usually in the form of bronzing which is done beneath your cheekbones and along the chin sides just to create the illusion of shadow. It helps in making your face look thinner and can provide it a shape. The secret to contour perfectly is to blend, blend and blend!
Applying Liquid Liner
Applying a liquid eyeliner makes a bold statement, but it’s not easy to apply. Instead of tempting to draw a straight line, try to make a dotted or line of dashes or on your upper eyelid or along your waterline. Place the dots closely so that they create a line easily.
Using a concealer is the best way to hide your eye bags, it also blemishes your birthmarks if you want a crystal-clear complexion. Unlikely, it can make you look worse if you don’t apply it in a correct manner. Instead of just slathering on the coverup under your eye bags, put a little concealer over there and tap it in place. Also, apply the concealer along the inside of your cheeks and by your nose and blend it gently for a perfect look. For keeping the skin around your eyes to look at its best, use a day cream that hydrates, protects and corrects your skin.
Get Your Beauty Sleep
For having a fresh and perfect face in the morning, makeup is not the only thing that can do much for you. You need to sleep at least for 8 hours for having a fresh and healthy looking skin. Don’t forget to wash your face before going to bed and apply a nighttime moisturizer. For avoiding puffiness around your eyes, sleep on your back and if you have acne, do change your pillowcase daily.