How to put on Make Up

In order to put on make up in a right way, first you need to consider some things:

  1. Type of your skin
  2. part of the day
  3. Appropriateness.

If you have some problems such as reddening, inflammation marks, visible skin pores, dark circles under eyes. You can use some special pre-foundation, which helps to hide all the undesirable stuff. After this you need to apply foundation. Foundation is a part you need to be careful with, because it’s easy to choose a wrong color.

 

The right one shall perfectly match with your real skin color and not make any difference between your face and neck color tone. If your face looks natural and healthy with foundation on it, it means you picked a right one. But it’s still not done if you want your face to seem even more healthy and natural. Normally people’s faces don’t look flat without any make-up on, but it can seem to be so with foundation on it. So you need to add “shades” and to highlight some certain areas on your face. Use a powder one or two tone darker than your usual one to shade sides of your face, blusher for your cheek bones and concealer for under eye area.

After this you can use only mascara and a brow powder. Because good-looking skin makes your appearance nice and appealing, so you don’t need to put on lots of make up on your eyes or lips. Just a lip balm will finish your look perfectly.

3 thoughts on “How to put on Make Up

  • May 15, 2016 at 7:21 pm
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    Start with a clean slate! Make sure your face is fresh and moisturized before putting any product on it. Then, apply primer with your fingers to ensure your makeup lasts all day. Step 2: Using a duo fiber brush (the kind with white tips!), apply foundation all over the skin and blend it onto the neck.

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  • November 19, 2015 at 11:43 pm
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    I agree with this article but my question is how exactly do you know if you have oily or normal skin and does this change according to weather conditions

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  • October 31, 2015 at 10:09 pm
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    I agree, it’s very important to think about what type of skin you have when putting on make-up. If you have oily skin like me… you won’t be able to use certain types of make-up.

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