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babegirl asked:

18 Nov 2011

good makeup tips for school

i usually dont wear it but my friend says i have long eye lashes and is jealous and if i dont wear it then she will be dissapointed so i might as well wear it for a couple days trying to get a guys attention anyway :D any suggestions help

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isy

isy says:

Posted on 18 Nov 2011

Hey, you so lucky! when I was in school we were not allowed to wear any make up :-(.
For a school look I would go as natural as possible,making your eyes the main focus. Look on youtube for everyday school looks. I get a lot of inspiration from the gurus on youtube and then customize their looks to make it my own

jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 18 Nov 2011

Isy is totally right. The worst thing you can do is overdo makeup, especially for school. Some girls look like they're going on a date in English class and that looks really dumb to me. Looking at your picture, I would keep foundation and powder light or maybe don't use any at all. But I would put a little gloss on your lips to bring them out and definitely work on your eyes to emphasize those lashes ur friend talks about. Here r a few links to give some ideas:

http://www.wikihow.com/Do-Your-Makeup-for-School

http://community.sparknotes.com/2011/08/23/how-to-do-your-makeup-for-school

111991

111991 says:

Posted on 19 Nov 2011

Determine your skin type. Know if it is sensitive, oily, combination, or dry skin. Then get the appropriate skin care treatment.
If you have acne, you should look for specific products to clear your skin, like medicated facial washes and products containing benzyl peroxide, which is strong but it works, though many are allergic to it.
Remember to only use products meant for your skin type.
Start a routine and follow it every day, be consistent!.
If it's necessary, see a dermatologist.
3Decide on your best feature. Pick appropriate colors that suit you well (you could go to makeup counters and the staff could help you chose the right colors) and learn to apply makeup to accentuate that feature.
Don't go bold on lips, eyes, and cheeks. You'll appear over-done.
4Try to limit colors to neutral or nude shades that blend well and give you a natural look.
5Go shopping for makeup. Look for what is appropriate for your skin and hair color. Don't just buy the same brands and colors your friends are buying.
6Try shopping at a mall makeup counter where you can get professional advice for your skin type and coloring. The initial investment may be more, but you'll be less likely to buy items that are inappropriate. Drug stores won't allow you to sample and try different colors, and the employees aren't experienced to help. Make sure you request they tell you how to do a natural routine, and before you buy the products, make sure it is appropriate and you like it.
7Look for a foundation which matches, a powder (one shade lighter than your skin), a concealer for blemishes, lip balm or gloss, eye liner, and mascara. Some teens prefer tinted moisturizer for a sheer, all-over color, and because it cleanses your skin at the same time. You don't want to go overboard. Take off all makeup daily and re-do it every day. Never keep it on when you're sleeping as it can block pores and cause blackheads.
8Find your style and keep notes to remember the application process.
9Write down the application process and refer back to it until you can remember it. Try new colors and looks, but be sure it looks natural. As you find good ones you should also write them down. You'll eventually develop makeup looks for different outfits, events, and seasons.
10Try out tips from magazines and try to see if they can work for you. Try these out at home before you wear them out. Remember the magazines push products of their advertisers. It may look good on the model but the colors or formula may not look good on you.
11Try to coordinate your make up so that the colors complement each other. Don't wear soft neutral tones everywhere, and try to avoid blood red lips, it doesn't work.
12Stay with neutral colors that match with your skin tone.
13Learn how to apply blush correctly so it doesn't appear overdone or highlights incorrectly. These are some common starting points to consider but every face is different.
If you have pale or light skin, try light pink blush or neutral rose blush.
If you have medium or olive skin, try coral blush.
If you have dark skin, try bolder-colored blush.
Since every face is different, you should make sure whatever colors you choose are appropriate for your skin type, skin color, hair color, and eye color.
14Apply a light powder to the face after applying moisturizer or foundation.
15When you are just starting to wear makeup, it's best to start with blush, but not too much, and maybe a little mascara and eyeliner.
Remember to take off mascara after one day, if you forget and don’t apply makeup the next day it will look horrible. Also, go easy on the eyeliner until you are more experienced with makeup, because it's easy for eyeliner to look bad.
One easy way (instead of wearing mascara) is to lightly wing your eyeliner and put it, slowly becoming thicker into the wing, on your top lid just above your eyelashes to make them look longer and fuller.
16Stick to natural colors (no blues, emeralds, pinks) eyeliner and mascara, and stick to very light colors for eye shadow.
17It is best not to wear lipstick. Just a tinted gloss or balm. You don't want to look obvious!

viviheart

viviheart says:

Posted on 30 Jul 2012

You look like you have great skin so I would just wear concealer for the occasional breakout. You should fill in your brows with a brow pencil or powder that matches your eyebrow hair color >.< I would would try a pink or apricot blush and maybe a light pink tinted balm or gloss or a nude lipgloss. For your eyes I would just curl your lashes and put on mascara (My fav is L'Oreal Voluminous in Carbon Black) for your uber long lashes and put on some brown or black eyeliner on your top lashline. Youtube has tons of videos. I recommend bubzbeauty and cthemakeupartist. They have some nice vids. Also wear thinner, colorful headbands to cordinate with your outfit. Hope this helped you! :)

babegirl

babegirl says:

Posted on 19 Nov 2011

thnx and in elementary we got to wear make up i was the only one who really didnt care about looks till i got a little older lol

babegirl

babegirl says:

Posted on 19 Nov 2011

thnx i know so many girls make me sick like i hate make up because of seeing them were it around guys like my guy friends hate the girls cause they make them look like trash

babegirl

babegirl says:

Posted on 19 Nov 2011

thnx
i will try that

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