Naturally gorgeous looking skin is easy to get with these simple facts.
Skin type and skin tone must be determined first in order to get the right makeup products for use.
Buying these products is no easy matter due to the wide array of selections. You can get help and guidance from magazines or search online for more specific details. You may also consult the sales attendant if you still find yourself confused regarding what to choose.
Moisturizer, concealer and foundation are your base in applying makeup. These three will give smoother texture to your skin and hold your makeup in place. Start with moisturizer to plump up your face and concealer to hide unwanted skin disorders and discoloration. Blend everything well with your foundation using either brush, fingers or sponge.
Here are other cool makeup essentials you must try.
Makeup primer is a new makeup trend that helps foundation to give a moisturized and plump skin, apart from filling in fine lines and wrinkles. Oily skin can benefit greatly from this product because of its oil-free feature. You can also use this to avoid cakey texture of your face.
Tinted moisturizer is also a new trend that can work as concealer or foundation.
Bronzer is nowadays becoming popular especially among those who want to create sport sun-kissed effects through their makeup. Simply apply it to areas like forehead, cheeks and nose. Top it off with a pale blush to enhance. This also helps enhance cheekbones.
Highlighters must be used wisely to draw attention away from those areas of your face, which you do not want to be noticed. This is most effective when applied above eyelids.
Learning cool tricks with makeup must be practiced as there are situations in which your makeup prowess comes in handy, like getting rid of a hang-over look in the morning after partying all night. You can remedy this by an anti-fatigue serum to promote blood circulation and give color to your skin.
In addition, skin redness is another problem we can solve through proper makeup application. A yellow-based foundation and blushes may do the trick to tone it down. You may want to try the tinted moisturizer to minimize redness enough to make it look like a natural blush.