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When it comes to correcting makeup for face shapes everything stands in lights and shadows. In the same time, the direction of the lines plays an important role in hiding certain flaws. Blemishes, scars and acne are easier to correct. For a correcting makeup up, you should always have a few secret weapons: foundation, two shades of powder, concealer and anti-dark circles eye treatment, blush.Pimples and acne scars Acne scars are usually a real problem and people dealing with it sometimes feel embarrassed and tend to have less self-co... Read More
Applying makeup is all about learning how to emphasize our natural beauty. Besides this, makeup also means adopting some tricks to hide small imperfections. Different eye forms require different colors and ways to apply eye makeup in order to make them really beautiful. Deep set eyes are perhaps one of the easiest eye shapes for applying makeup, because these eye shapes are naturally defined. These eye shapes are wonderful, however, deep set eyes need certain techniques to make them appear visually bigger. Let’s see how to apply mak... Read More
Each and every eye shape is beautiful in its own way, but if the shape gets a strong emphasis on your face you can always apply some great eye makeup tricks. However, a wrong eye makeup that accentuates those spots that are already emphatic can make your face look disproportionate. But if you know these small but really important tricks, you can create gorgeous eyes that accentuate your features and highlight your natural beauty. When we are talking about wide set eyes, this means that the eyes are placed further apart in your face.... Read More
Learning how to apply makeup for deep set eyes is all about working eye shadow to the right places to balance out the eyes. The idea here is to create depth with shadow, which will serve to “push” the lid out and forward visually, for a more flattering look. Makeup for Deep Set Eyes: Eye Shadow Primer An expert makeup tip is to use an eye shadow primer all over your lids, as it will make application smoother and your eye makeup will last all day long. Some of the best primers we recommend are: Urban Decay’s Eyeshadow Primer Potion,... Read More
There are various sciences that deal with the structure of the face and whether it has any relevance when analyzing someone's personality. Indeed this might not be valid for everyone, still there are cases when we might find out more of our character by taking a closer look at the shape of the lips, nose and also eyes. Learn more about your eye shape personality if you are fascinated by the modern science of face reading. Whether you believe in it or not the point is to have fun and find out what pro specialists can tell about the... Read More
Checking for MistakesAfter using powder eyeshadow as eyeliner, check for drips under the eye and on the cheek. Drips are those little powder flakes that fly off the brush and land on the cheek. Knocking off the excess from the brush every time helps prevent drips, but there will always be flakes that end up where they don't belong.The best way to go after drips is to use your sponge and simply wipe them away. If you do this, your next step is to touch up your foundation if that has gotten smeared.Always double-check the intensity of your eye... Read More
The fact that women are never satisfied with the features they've got already became an axiom. Some resort to plastic surgery, some to corrective makeup. Find out how can you define your features and improve areas that you feel are flaws with the help of makeup.How to make big, prominent eyes appear smaller Big, prominent eyes tend to dominate the facial features; the best way to draw attention away from them is using dark eye shadows and eyeliner around the eyes. For a daytime makeup look, use a neutral eye shadow that's two tones ... Read More
Small eyes You can easily recognize small eyes as these are smaller compared to the rest of the facial features. If you have small eyes and you want to make them appear larger, try to pluck your eyebrows thinner so your eyes will appear bigger. Use light and shimmery eye shadows, eye liner on the top and bottom of the eyelid close to the eyelashes, lifting your eye corners - never apply dark liner to the inner rim of the eyes because that will make them look even smaller. Instead, opt for white or beige that will make the white of t... Read More
The eyeliner has been used since ancient Egyptian times as a dark line around the eyes. Cleopatra, the ancient queen of Egypt was known for using kohl as an eyeliner to enhance and define her eyes. During ancient times, even men used to wear eyeliner because it was considered to be very attractive. Indeed, the eyeliner can really transform the appearance of the eyes, enhancing them and making them stand out and more, they can alter the eyes' shape. With time, the cosmetic industry began to evolve and different types of eyeliner were develope... Read More
Eyeliner is a magic makeup tool. Available in a vast array of colors, shapes and textures, it can totally transform your look and put a strong emphasis on your gorgeous eyes. But eyeliner is not a makeup tool to mess around with! As the powerful tool that it is, the eyeliner can easily either make or break your look. So, whether you got bored of your eye makeup and are willing to try different eyeliner styles or you are a newbie to this technique, take a look at the following different eyeliner styles and learn to do them! Eyelin... Read More
Pin-up makeup is all about feminine charm, lots of attitude and sensuality. All these characteristics are mirrored in the sultry pin-up eye makeup and luscious red lips. Learn how to do the pin up girl makeup with a few basic steps!Pin-up Makeup: Flawless SkinCreate a flawless base with illuminating primer and foundation. For the classic pin-up makeup look, a foundation in one or two shades lighter than your skin tone is best suited. Set the base with a sheer pressed powder with a mattifiying effect to get a porcelain-like finis... Read More