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Tuesday, 17 May 2016

How To Make Up Properly: Every Woman Must Know

How to make up properly for every woman, as a woman we are naturally made to look good, and make is part of that.
This article will help you know how to make up properly, you don't have to go to make up artist all the time, you can do this even more better and save that cash for something else, that is what this article is going to teach you.

Brighten Your Face

It very important to brighten your face at first, If you have an uneven skin tone, concealers can be a complexion saver. Dot a pink- or peach-colored corrective concealer onto the dark areas under eyes and in the corner of eyes and around the nose and mouth.
First thing the makeup artists does is to brighten the face with a highlighter like Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat. This is very important before staring your make up

Applying Foundation
There are many different types of foundation, so it's important to choose for both your skin tone and type. You can ask the seller to give you your skin color type, most time they are helpful when you don't know your color type. Before applying any type of foundation always start with a moisturizer so the skin stays well hydrated. Let the moisturizer dry completely before beginning the application process. Below are some list of foundations you can try and how to apply them to your face properly.
  • Tinted Moisturizer: For teens and those with fairly even skin tones, tinted moisturizer is a good option, providing light coverage and essential moisture at the same time and it also easy to apply easily without stress. In other to apply tinted moisturizer, first squeeze a small amount of product onto your fingertips and smooth from the center of the face outward until it is blended into the hair and jaw line.
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  • Liquid foundation: This is one of the most popular most used types of face makeup because it offers great coverage for minor flaws and evens out the skin. However, some women feel as though it is also the most difficult foundation to apply but really it not and seem to be the best. Just follow steps below for a perfect application.

  1. Use a makeup sponge or clean fingers to dot foundation on your forehead, cheeks, chin and the tip of your nose.
  1. You should ground the foundation into skin. as you are grounding, connect the foundation dots, being sure to include your hairline and jaw line. You make sure you you didn't see a line where the foundation ends.
  1. Stand near in  bright place to see if your foundation looks natural and that there are no visible streaks on your face or what so every.

Blush or Bronzer Adds Color

Once your foundation and concealer are applied, it's time for blush or bronzer -- if you need it. My cheeks are naturally rosy but if your skin lacks color, it's good to add that bit of pop with blush. I love to add a sweep of bronzer to my skin as my tan fades, but it's important to find the right shade of bronzer so you don't end up looking fake baked. Yes, this has happened to me.

Powder is the Last Step for the Face

A sweep of powder sets your makeup and keeps your skin from appearing shiny. You can wait until after your entire makeup is done or apply at this time, it doesn't really matter. For some older women who want to play down fine lines, I recommend skipping the powder and patting on a bit of balm or moisturizer to cheeks to give your face a dewy, fresh-faced glow. Sometimes I spray Evian water on my face to get that dewy look. It's up to you. Remember, there are no rules!

Now, Onto the Fun Part: "Lifting" Your Face

Once you have your "face in place" it's good to step back and check out what parts of you need what makeup artist Bobbi Brown calls "lifting." This is where you evaluate what parts of you need definition.
Check out your brows. So many women forget how important the brows are to making your face pop. Brush brows with your finger or an old toothbrush and tweeze any stray hairs. Fill in sparse spots with a brow pencil or a soft eyeshadow that matches your brow color. Set brows if needed with a spritz of hairspray applied to finger and brushed onto brows.
Moving onto your eyes, you may find at this point all you need is mascara with a swipe of powder on your lids to keep the grease at bay and to even out the skin tone. I like a lighter look for day, but at night, it's always fun to play with shadows and liners.
I like to apply eyeliner first, setting it with shadow, but you can apply liner over shadow for a heavier look. It's up to you. There are a lot of techniques to eyeshadow application which I describe in Eyeshadow: How to Apply It, My Best Picks & More.
With eyeshadow, it's best to set makeup with a primer or at least a powder to keep the shadow from melting into your eye crease. If you have oily lids, I strongly suggest a primer, which allows the shadow to "stick" to your lids without moving for hours at a time. If you have dry skin, a light dusting of powder works fine, here. If you are blending a few shadows into your lids, make sure to apply a base of powder over your primer or onto your naturally moist lids. Blending is much easier when shadows are applied on a dry surface.
For eyes, I like to play up the color of my eyes because they're blue and I like it when they stand out. I usually use copper colors, but blues work well, too.
Finish your eyes by curling lashes and applying mascara. If you have light hair and skin, brown is better than black, especially for day.
If followed the above tips carefully you will successfully become yourself make up. There are some most important make up stuff you must have as a woman, i have list them below

a no-show foundation

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This come first of this list, it's a must have make up item for every woman. below is the tip how to use it.
Tip: After cleansing and moisturizing your face, apply foundation with...your fingers! It's quicker and easier than using a sponge or brush. Simply dab the foundation onto the areas that need it most (ruddy cheeks, dark circles, uneven spots) and blend gently. i have cover some areas of this above but i still find it important to include it here again for better understanding why you need it and it use. You can get this at any local shop or super markets, there are other brands of it, it you don't have this at your location you can try other brands but ask the seller if her or her could recommend you the best he/she has.

a super concealer

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Concealer is the only way to get rid of dark circles. And while it may just be a temporary fix, with the right technique you can hide them completely.
Tip: To use this is easy, just apply a non-creasy eye cream, then use your ring finger to gently dab concealer onto dark areas. Allow it a minute to be absorbed, then carefully blend the edges into skin. The key is light pressure—if you rub too hard, you'll actually rub the product off.

a natural blush

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The right shade will make you look like you're blushing, not like you're wearing blush. For a natural look, start with lighter shades, and skip any with shimmer.
Tip: Use a blush brush to swipe a small amount of color across the apples of your cheeks (the round section that sticks out when you smile). If you can see clearly where the blush begins or ends, you've used too much or the color is too dark.

a great eyelash curler

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Most eyelashes grow outward, not upward, so applying mascara without curling your lashes won't provide the same impact.
Tip: Never curl lashes after you apply mascara—they can stick to the tool and end up getting yanked out. Use a plastic curler like Sephora's Go Curler (which can help you avoid the "bent"look that metal curlers give). Place it as close to the base as you can without catching your eyelid, press for a few seconds, then gently press a few more times along the middle of lashes if necessary.

clump-free mascara

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Mascara thickens as it's exposed to air over time, which leads to clumps. If yours is goopy, toss it! Or try a different brand.
Tip: Curl lashes first, then press the mascara wand against your lashes, steering clear of lids. As you move the wand up toward the lash tips, gently wiggle it back and forth in a zigzag motion, which helps ensure you hit every lash.

a glide-on eyeliner

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Eyes are sensitive, and probably don't take kindly to us slathering them with makeup—especially on the sensitive rims and inner lash lines. Always use a soft pencil that glides on without any pressure or tugging, and be sure the product is labeled as ophthomalogist-tested.
Tip: When lining your upper lash line, press a finger gently against your brow bone to pull up the lid slightly. This makes the skin slightly taught and helps you get closer to the lashes. Use your other hand to "dot" the liner across the tops of lashes.

an allover highlighter

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A slightly shimmery cream highlighter has many uses—from lifting your brows to slimming your nose to sculpting your cheeks. Choose a soft nude, peach, or pink for the most versatility.
Tip: To visually slim your nose, use your pinky to trace a thin line of highlighter down the length of the bone, then blend. To make cheekbones pop, gently blend highlighter across the tops of your cheeks, right above your blush.

the perfect nude lipstick

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Some look too brown, and others too pink. Is it futile to try and find that one nude shade that just makes a bare face pop? Not at the Bobbi Brown counter. The makeup artist known for the natural look also specializes in natural-lookinglipstick (go figure). Trust us—she has the perfect nude for everyone.
Tip: Chapped lips should be taken care of before you even think of applying lipstick. For a cheap fix, try Nivea's Kiss of Relief SOS Lip Balm. Wear a thick layer to bed and wake up to softer lips in the morning.

a basic, flattering eyeshadow

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Some eyeshadows barely show up; others make us look likewe're headed to a Motley Crue concert. The perfect everyday shadow is just a few shades darker than your skin tone -- think a soft plum or light brown for darker skin, a taupey-gray orgolden beige for medium skin, or light apricot for fair skin.
Tip: Use a soft eyeshadow brush to sweep shadow across lids, blending into and just above creases. Make sure to use light, feathery strokes so that there are no hard lines.

a good brush set

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With the right brush for the job, you can perform makeupmiracles. (You don't see professional makeup artists using the tiny sponge applicators that come with the products!) Invest in a good brush set—Sephora makes great options in all price ranges.
Tip: Remember to clean brushes every so often to keep bacteria at bay and makeup colors fresh. You can buy brush cleaners at department and cosmetic stores, or dilute a gentle soap or baby shampoo in warm water and soak brushes in that.

now you see how easy to make up your self without needing any makeup artist, those are almost all all need to know about how to make up properly? i guest this article will also be useful to someone. why not share?

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