Makeup
Makeup

Get a particular look
Less is more
Brighten up your face
Instant bigger, brighter eyes
Make your eyes look bigger
For super thick lashes
Ultra sheer foundation
Bring out your eye color
Slenderize a round face
Widen close-set eyes
Widen your eyes

Makeup problems?
Chapped lips
Get rid of clumps
Puffy eyes
To cover melasma (mark of pregnancy)
Under eye circles
Eyebrows too dark?
Too much eye shadow?
Eyebrows too light?
Drooping Lips
Get rid of laugh lines
Some makeup tips
For a perfect lip shade
Brown eyes
Green eyes
Blue eyes
Pick the right pink for your skin tone
Hate that "lipstick-y" look?
Clean out your make-up drawers
Plump up sunken cheeks
Make your lipstick last!
Eye and lip pencils
Forget your eye shadow?
Over 25
Shape your brows
Taking photos?
Lining the inside rim of your eyes
Whiten your teeth
Cover a blemish
Precise spot covering of blemishes
Good lighting














Less is more
Wear a very sheer foundation and keep the rest of your make-up minimal. Less is more in the summertime. Wear a little concealer just on the areas that need it and no foundation if you can get away with it.
Brighten up your face
For a natural, subtle, flush of color reach for bronzing powder with a large, fluffy brush and dust a light layer on forehead, nose, cheeks and chin.
Instant bigger, brighter eyes
Line upper and lower lash lines with white eyeliner, tracing as close to lash line as possible. Your eyes will look larger and more alert!
Make your eyes look bigger
Use a white eyeliner pencil and line your eyes under your bottom lashes. Smudge. Follow with black mascara.
For super thick lashes
Lightly powder lashes to give the mascara a coat to cling to. Let dry for at least one minute. Apply second coat.
Ultra sheer foundation
Mix your foundation and a moisturizer together for a light foundation. You can also use a dampened cosmetic sponge for the sheerest, most natural look.
Bring out your eye color
Avoid matching your eye shadow to the color or your eyes. Use complementary colors or opposite colors instead.
Slenderize a round face
Sweep bronzer over temples, cheekbones and under your chin. Use a fluffy brush and light powder to highlight forehead, cheekbones and tip of chin.
Widen close-set eyes
Sweep a pearl-white shadow on inner lid corners, blending upward. Follow with a medium color on center of lids and a deeper tone on outer third of lids. Make sure to blend well.
Widen your eyes
Eliminate redness and widen eyes by stroking a light layer of shimmery white eye shadow over the entire lid.
Chapped lips
Keep your lips moisturized at all times and avoid licking lips especially when in the sun. If you have flakes on your lips, exfoliate gently with a little almond oil and a soft toothbrush.
Get rid of clumps
For the best, non-clumpy, natural looking lashes: Use light layers of mascara, carefully separating your lashes between coats with an eyelash comb or small toothbrush. Metal combs work the best for this.
Puffy eyes
Place chilled tea bags or sliced cucumbers over your eyes.
To cover melasma (mark of pregnancy)
Use lavender concealer. Apply foundation that is one or two shades darker than skin tone.
Under eye circles
Mix a bit of light blue eye shadow with your moisturizer; apply under your eyes. The blue color helps diffuse light. Follow with foundation or light concealer.
Eyebrows too dark?
Stroke a concealer pencil over them, followed by translucent powder. It will lighten the brows without really changing the color.
Too much eye shadow
Don't start over. Just dip a small blush brush in bronzing powder and sweep over entire lid. Bronzing powder is a neutral tint, so it will just soften the color of your shadow without changing it.
Eyebrows too light?
Have them tinted a darker shade. This will frame your eyes and if you are not good with makeup this will look the most natural. Have it done every six weeks or so.
Drooping Lips
Cover the corners of your mouth concealer. Use a lip pencil to subtly extend lip corners upward. Then fill in color.
Get rid of laugh lines
Use a concealer pencil and draw three horizontal lines (like cat whiskers) next to the corner of your mouth. Sponge blend in an upward direction for an instant lift.
For a perfect lip shade
Mix and match lipsticks directly on your lips...you will be amazed at how many colors you can create. It is said that Marilyn Monroe wore 5 different shades of lipstick to get her mouth to look the way it did.
Brown eyes
Wear eyeshadow shades like: gunmetal, charcoal, mustard, camel and gold.
Green eyes
Wear eyeshadow shades like: espresso, chocolate, heather, and hazy violet.
Blue eyes
Wear eyeshadow shades like: Cinnamon, rust, eggplant, and amethyst.
Pick the right pink for your skin tone
If your skin is fair, choose pinks that are cool like bubble gum. If your skin is medium, choose pinks that are plum or wine colored. If your skin is olive, choose brown-based pinks. If your skin is dark, choose pinks that are blue-based like fushia or orchid.
Hate that "lipstick-y" look?
Fill in your entire lip with a lip pencil only.
Clean out your make-up drawers
Get rid of all your old and out dated make-up. Put your winter colors in a separate bag and put any soft, pastel colors in another. Get a makeover at one of the finer department stores to try out the new spring colors. See if what you already have matches any of them and pick up a couple of new colors while you are there. Soft, almost not there make-up is in for Spring, so learn how to apply it lightly yet completely.
Plump up sunken cheeks
Apply a lighter shade of foundation or highlighter to the hollows of your cheeks.
Make your lipstick last!
Cover your lips with foundation and powder first. Outline with a lip pencil then dust with a little powder again. Apply lipstick and powder again lightly. Reapply your lipstick and it will last all day!
Eye and lip pencils
If they are too soft, refrigerate for 30 minutes before using.
Forget your eye shadow?
Use your blush as a contouring color. Lightly sweep the color on your browbone.
Over 25
Stay away from any and all frosted eye shadows. They make the skin around your eyes appear old and wrinkled even if you aren't old!
Shape your brows
Don't let your eyebrows miss out on the cleaning. Spend an hour shaping your brows. Before tweezing (shower first), as a guide, draw the shape you desire with white pencil.

Taking photos?
Never wear frosted lipstick, eye shadow or blush. Wear classic clothing and avoid jewelry that will distract from your face.

Lining the inside rim of your eyes
Use a eye pencil that states "Kohl". This means it is gentle and made to be used on the inside rim.
Whiten your teeth
Change your shade of lipstick and brighten your smile. If your teeth are greyish, reach for warm shades like bronze or copper. If your teeth are more on the yellow side, pick cool, blue-based shades. FYI--There are many different shades of tooth color and no one has naturally white teeth!
Cover a blemish
Apply over the counter acne medication directly to blemish using a cotton swab. Then apply a yellow-based concealer with a small brush. Dust with translucent powder.
Precise spot covering of blemishes
After applying foundation, cover spot with a concealer using a small, pointy brush, then set with powder, dabbing gently with a powder puff.
Good lighting
Proper lighting is essential for the most natural makeup applications. Do a lighting check in the room. Are there windows on both sides? Do you have equal light? Is there a single light above your mirror casting a shadow down on your face? If the lighting is not even or the best possible, buy a portable makeup mirror and your problem will be solved.


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