Most women have been putting on make up since their teenage years, but are unaware of the ways to put it on like the professionals do. If you are one of these women, and are wondering how you can get professional results, then hopefully this article will get you going in the right direction…
In order to achieve a smooth application of your make up, you have to put on a primer every time. You must also ensure that the primer you use matches your skin type. This is because you want it to reduce the appearance of oil if your skin is oily. A primer is going to provide a layer that will allow your make up to adhere to. In addition, it will even out your skin prior to putting on the foundation.
The biggest mistake you can make is using the wrong foundation. Using a powdered mineral formula will ensure that you never get that oily, cakey look that can often happen with liquid make up. Powdered mineral foundation gives beautiful, even coverage and glides onto the skin flawlessly. It is healthy for your skin and you can brush on multiple layers for the desired look. It is also easier to color match your skin tone.
Playing up your lips as a focal point is important to having a great face and a polished look. Professionals often use a lip stain, which will stay put all day and provide beautiful color, with a bit of lip gloss on top. Applying the lip gloss only on the middle of the bottom lip creates an optical illusion of fuller lips by reflecting light just right. Gorgeous, kissable lips are easy to achieve with this terrific professional make up artist secret.
The fourth thing you should do is apply your eye shadow. Now, this is where most people get lost since they have never been taught how to create just the right eye look with their eye shadows. You should always use three different eye shadow colors within the same color spectrum, from a very light tone to a mid tone to a dark tone. The mid tone should be applied to your eyelid. The lite tone should then be applied right under your eyebrow and on your brow bone. The dark tone should be applied to the crease of your eyelid. Remember to blend the colors in together to create one seamless look. If you want to go more dramatic you can always take your eye liner and with a “smudger”, smudge your eyeliner into your crease from the corner of your eye. This adds drama and depth without being overly made up. But a good rule of thumb is to keep it simple and chic to get the look you are going for.
One of the best ideas is to make sure you always use professional brushes whenever you put your make up on. The pro brushes are going to provide a better outcome than a cheap Q-tip or sponge applicator. You will be able to even out your make up, blend it, and get a perfect result.
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