From feeling lost at the beauty store to religiously following every new tutorial, every makeup disciple was once a beginner. Taking baby steps into the limitless world of makeup feels exciting and impeded at the same time. We’ve been there and known what it takes to achieve a seemingly fundamental makeup outlook.
First, you need a perfect collection of makeup kit in your dressing table.
- Moisturizer and Primer
- Concealer and Foundation
- Eyebrow Pomade and Spoolie Brush
- Eyeliner and Mascara
- Nude and Red Lipstick
- Brushes and Tools
- Brush and Highlighter
- Eyeshadow Palette
- Contour with the GreatShape Contour Kit
- Sculpt the bone structure with the contour powder. It goes anywhere you want to make a shadow.
- Illuminate the high points of your face with the powder highlighter to bring out your favorite form.
- Enhance your cheeks with a gesture of blush.
- Steps to Stop Eye Shadow Creasing
- Conceal (with Foundation)
First, begin by concealing your under-eyes. It will ensure your makeup look is the actual focus, not under-eye puffiness or dark circles. Here’s the trick, apply PurePressed Base or Amazing Base to your face and under-eye area before you take your concealer.
Once you’ve prepped under your eyes with the foundation, swipe on some Smooth Affair for Eyes to prime the eyelids. This fantastic product not only gives a sheer wash of color, but it also helps powder eyeshadows to stay all day.
- Color and Definition
You’ve concealed, you’ve primed, now, you’re ready for some color. Complete your look with our eyeshadows, eyeliners, and mascaras.
- Contour Your Face
When choosing a contour shade, give a try to a bronzer, foundation or concealer that is a shade darker than your skin tone. It should be a matte product because they soak more light, creating shadows, as opposed to a shimmer product that reflects light like a highlighter. For the simple look, remember that warm skin tones look best in products with yellow undertones and cool skin tones look lovely with pink undertone products.
- Find Your Face Shape
To find your face shape, go in front of a mirror with your hair pulled back. Then, carefully outline your face on the keeking glass with a bar of soap (you could use lipstick, but soap is more natural to wash off). Now, look at the outline and finish it down.
- Right Application For Right Coverage.
While putting your foundation on, if you want sheer coverage, use the fingers. But, if you want full coverage, use a perfect foundation brush.
- Avoid Peach Fuzz.
Always apply foundation using the downward strokes. Most of us have a thin layer of mane on our face, and applying foundation in an upward stroke will make the hair strands outstanding. Looking fresh and pink like a peach may be your target, but highlighting your peach fuzz definitely shouldn’t be.
- Makeup Tips For Applying Concealer
- Create A Conical Shape.
Most of us are used to applying concealer in a semi-circular way under our eyes to reduce the appearance of the bags or puffiness. However, for best results, apply the concealer in a conical pattern under the eyes and extend it to almost at the end of your nose. It not only does a better job at concealing because it is easy to mix, but it also helps in contouring the side areas of your nose.
- DIY Color Correcting Palette
You probably, by now, have heard about the wonder known as color correcting palette. These concealers of various hues are used to cancel out flaws on your face. For example, a green concealer is used for canceling out any redness, lavender for yellow toned discoloration, peach for bruises or blue toned under eye circles, etc. But if you suddenly find yourself without your color correction palette or want to save your money, blend an eyeshadow of the color you want your concealer to be with your regular concealer – and voila! You have your bright and inexpensive color corrector concealer palette.
The world of makeup is massive and full of wonders. Explore the world and keep discovering new ideas to express yourself through face art. Hoping these makeup tips will help you.