Tips For Getting The Best Of Your Makeup Kit

20. October 2016 Hair & Makeup 0

Most of us do not have the luxury to spend a lot of money on makeup items and especially branded items that most professionals use on a daily basis. So we have to make do with whatever we have already on our makeup kit. So here are some ideas on utilizing those items to their best.

• Tricks for using concealer

Usually you either use concealer or foundation first when you do your perfect makeup. Depending on which fashion blog you follow it differs. But applying in layers is something that you need to do no matter which one you are applying first. Apply a small amount over the areas you want to conceal then let it dry. Then follow up with another layer and continue this process until you are satisfied. Sometimes adding a layer of powder between the concealer or foundation layers help to set if properly. And try not to use the same concealer as different tones of concealer have different areas they need to be applied onto on your face. Usually the peach shades under eye and green toned ones are for pimples and blemishes and so on. Since most of us have not gone through cosmetic surgery because we want to know how to look more beautiful, giving the best using concealer will be the best option for hiding the scar.

• The colour of eyeliner matters

Even though you like to experiment with the different shades of eyeliner, when you are applying on a daily basis for work or so, it is better to stick to the liner that matches your eye colour. Usually medium to light skin tones are best brought out by brown coloured eye liner. Using a subtle colour for your bottom lids (white if you want to look awake on Monday mornings) will be the best routine to bring out the eye colour and shape. Try to keep liner out of your water line as it will be better for your eye’s health and also won’t give you problems when applying it. Instead of going for applying eyeliner in your entire eye go for only ¾ of the bottom lid.

• Going overboard with the bronzer

While most celebrities and the rich have found the solution for an ever present tan using cosmetic surgery, the rest of us have opted for using bronzer. While using this is a good idea, using it all over your face is not such a good idea. The outer edges of your face where your contours blending off and the top of your forehead are the major areas of focus when using bronzer along with your cheekbone and jawline. In actuality you should just be drawing three lines on the sides of your face.

Going overboard with school ball makeup Wellington can make you seem like a try-hard or die-hard in most cases so try to keep it as simple as possible.