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Best 14 Makeup Tips for beginners

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  Here are the Best 14 Makeup Tips for beginners,

1. Do not test the tone of the arm base:

                                                                                                     There literally doesn’t make sense to try arm basics as makeup never reaches the arm. It goes without saying that your arms tend to be darker than your face. The best place to test the foundation is on your chin line. Make sure it merges with your throat.


2. Always fix foundation and concealer with powder:

                                                                                                                                     If you don’t apply the powder on the foundation or concealer, your face will slide off and it will become plain and simple. You want to adjust your powder so that it stays wrinkle-free all day. The wrinkles under my eyes aren’t pretty!


3. The shades of bronzer, blush, and highlighter used are important:

                                                                                                                                                                     Teak, bronzer, and highlighter tones really matter. For example, if you have reddish skin, choose a yellowish tint. If you’re as thin as me, we look best in yellow/gold / purple. You want to choose a shade that suits your skin. Light blush and bronzer tones make for a softer, more natural look, while dark tones make for a stronger look. Ultimately, it’s up to you to watch, but we’ll do our best to stick with shades that match your skin tone, eyes, and hair color.


4. Highlight the inner corners of your eyes to make them look brighter:

                                                                                                                                                                                 I was applying sparkling, sparkling (and sometimes sparkling) eye shadow to the inner corners of my eyes the whole time. You should do this immediately, too.


5. Don’t forget to fill in and shape your brows:

                                                                                                                        Seriously, they are the most important and changeable thing you can do. Eyebrows line your face and make all of your makeup look even more beautiful. One of my best makeup tips for eyebrow beginners is to follow your natural brows as much as possible! I saw the girls go crazy and shave half their brows to get the arch they wanted! How nice! Never do that! Eyebrows are very difficult to recover! Obviously, pick the misplaced elements so they are more of the shape you want and fill them in from there.


6. Apply bronzer just below the cheekbones:

                                                                                                                   Bronzer is dark and helps to add shadows to the face and emphasize the natural shadows of the face. If you are a little bit crazy and put a “shadow” [aka bronzer] on your cheekbones, all you have to do is add a shadow to your face and change your face in impure ways. To do this, feel the cheekbones with three fingers. Move your finger under your cheekbones until you feel the bottom of your cheekbones. Apply bronzer here. Applied here, the natural shadows on the cheeks are emphasized and dimensions are created that turn the cheekbones into a poppy girl.


7. The blush reaches the cheeks:

                                                                                    This can really go wrong, it goes really fast! Teak is something special. It should really be applied very lightly to the cheek area and gently blends into the cheekbones. If you apply too much, you will get 104 degrees of heat and be asked if it’s okay. It’s not the atmosphere we want from the blush. When applying cheeks, smile and pat the apples on the cheeks [the part of the face where the cheeks protrude above the smile] with your cheeks. Why are you doing this? It sounds like outdated advice, but this creates a natural-looking glow on your face. But don’t forget to blend in with your cheekbones as you apply them.


8. Use eye shadow primer, concealer, or primer to prepare your eye makeup:

                      You want your eye shadow to stand out and most importantly, it will last all day! The best way to do this is to prepare the lids. Personally, I apply the foundation to the entire eyelid, apply the face powder, and mix it with the eye shadow. Therefore my eye shadow has a neutral and even base and the eye shadow lasts all day.


9. A lip liner before lipstick is a must:

                                                                                               The lip liner prevents bleeding and dirt along the lip edges. Outline your lips with a slightly lighter shade that matches the lipstick you have applied. But don’t make yourself crazy! It’s good to lift your upper lip a little to make it look plump. Most women don’t need to pull their lower lip too much either.


10. Concealer looks better than foundation:

                                                                                                                 I know some makeup artists say this differently, but I agree. But ask me Foundation can cover a lot if you use it well. Concealer can be used after the foundation to cover some of the areas that are still visible. To be honest, most of the time concealers are used to hide small things. Applying Clapton to your face before foundation will only make your face look firmer with makeup.


11. It doesn’t matter whether you put make-up on your eyes or your face first:

             If you put a lot of black eye shadow, glitter, or loose powder on your eyelids, check them out first to remove the consequences and not to spoil the makeup on your face.


12. Concealer should be a color or two lighter than the foundation:

                                                                                                The concealer is usually placed under the eyes or over the wound. Apply a concealer shade as dark as foundation dust everything off and make it look ridiculous. I want to lighten the concealer so if you put the powder in it will blend well with the foundation and it will look great.


13. The right tools make the difference:

                                                                                                          Brushes are the cost of your makeup that is well worth the money. As long as you take care of them, they will last you for years and make your job easier.


14. Dark eye shadow penetrates the wrinkles and outer corners of the eyes:

                 This is the best way to get your eyes pop! Mix dark eye shadow into the creases of your eyes, When you do, you can’t believe how wonderfully different your eyes look. Smear, smear, smear to make it look smooth!

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