Easy Tricks To Do Professional Makeup
These are great tips on how to do a full face of make up and not be over done.
1. Right Tools
Yes ladies, if you really want to apply your makeup like a pro, remember tools like sponges and brushes are as important as your beauty products. A good brush is one that has dense, soft and fluffy hair; the one which helps you blend your makeup evenly and the one which gives you a flawless finish without wasting a lot of your product.
So whether you are a professional makeup artist or an amateur, remember investing in a quality foundation brush can make even the most inexpensive products look like a dream.Remember to wash your brush properly after you ve used it. You can use an alcohol based Clinique Makeup Brush Cleanser to clean the brushes and towel dry them around the bristles.
2. Ace The Base
As tedious as it can be, but getting our makeup base right is something we religiously follow.
3. Cleanse Your Skin
Start the routine with cleansing of the face. We prefer Anew Rejuvenate Revitalising 2 in 1 Gel Cleanser. Once cleansed, apply a nourishing moisturizer made exclusively for your skin type. A creamy moisturizer sometimes can cause makeup to thin out. So wait for a minute until it is absorbed!
4. Prime Face
Then apply what we call a beauty boosting primer, Smashbox Photo Finish Color Correcting Foundation Primer under your foundation to maintain your makeup s true shade throughout the day.
5. Conceal It
Next, pick a concealer for your coverage. That means if you have any blemishes or under eye puffiness or want to brighten your look then apply a concealer. Our favorite multitasker is Tarte Maracuja Creaseless.
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