How to Makeup?

How to Makeup?

Apply your makeup after you finish the eye makeup you planned. In this way you will be protected from unwanted headlamps and gilding that will disrupt your foundation.

If you are working with several colors, always use light colors first.

Remove excess dust by blowing a brush or gently blowing before brushing.

Mix the colors well; so that you can understand where a color begins and ends.
Dark colors remove the area you care about, with light colors foregrounding the area they apply to.

If you want to bring forward which part of your eye, use it as an emphasis element.

If you want to show your eyes bigger and brighter, put a point on the inside corner.

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If you want to expose your eyebrows, hit a small brush stroke just below the eyebrow curves.

Do not stress your brow bone too much; it is often enough to emphasize that it is not color. I see many make-up artists use bright and white headlamps as accentuators, and this really creates an artificial effect that must be avoided.

Do not use dark colors on the edges near the nose of eyelids; it causes your eyes to run in and the smallest nose to look even bigger.

If your eyes are close to each other, place them in the center of the eye and move them outwardly, not close to the inside edges. This tiny trick will create a perception that your eyes are far from each other.
If your eyelids are deep, avoid using dark colors for the area where the wrinkles are. Eyes show pose.

Cream or dust? If you are a control freak, dust headlights are the best. Some women living in tropical climates prefer creamy headlights because they are transparent and very easy to apply with fingers. However, it is important to remember that they are prone to accumulation at the creek, eyelids, and therefore often require retouching.

Finally, the powder headlights are more useful to mix colors, more durable, allowing you to coat layer times and thus get a more intense color.

How to Makeup?

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