Stick small dots of a light base on the face with your finger and use a brush to mix the base evenly over the skin. Mix well before using a fluffy brush to lay the foundation with translucent powder. Use a small eyeshadow brush to add light, neutral shade to your eyelids and define your eyes with a stroke or two of mascara on your lashes. Use a basic eyeshadow brush to apply to the cap and slightly above the fold. By applying along the line of the lower lips and around the outer edge of the eye, you want to use a small shaver, stain or eyeshadow pencil brush.

By touching the brush lightly on the concealer and mixing it on the face, the concealer remains natural and not pastel. I use this concealer and the Anisa corner correction brush ($ 28). I chose a light base ideal for daytime use and applied it to parts of my face at small points where I want to mix it.

For this, the best way to use a brush brush is to apply fabric evenly to the entire face and neck. Then use a charcoal eyelid to sketch the caps and lower eyelids. The outer corner of the upper eyelid should be the focus of your concentration while applying an eye pencil to create a smoked carbonation effect. Then illuminate the lines by coloring with a cotton swab or the tip of your ring finger.

If you feel more comfortable, you can always pick up an eyebrow pencil or ointment and practice with different formulas. To complete eye makeup, you need to finish your eyes with a little mascara. Immerse the brush in the mask once and wipe away the excess on the edge of the container or a paper towel. Looking forward, apply it successfully on the top tab.

Depending on the tone of your blush, there are a few ways you can go, if your blush is coral or a brighter rose, show it with a muted lip color or a tinted lip balm. For a natural pink shade, try M.A.C Lipstick Shine. Choose a shade closer to your natural lip color for that “my lips, but better” look. If you want your makeup to look fresh and not melt all day, never jump with a primer.

Consider this sketch of a make-up beginner to put on your makeup step by step. Now apply your mint green eyeliner to your permanent makeup eyebrows top cap along the entire lash line. What works best is starting in the outer corner of the eye and following inwards.

Using a base brush, the product is spread evenly over the skin to ensure that everything is covered. By moving your brush in a circular motion, you can mix the product quickly and you can make an airbrush as a finish. Collect your lips as if you were about to plant a kiss and apply the color of your lips to the center of your upper and lower lip. This first application can come directly from the tube; then use your fingers to mix out and add color to your fingertips if necessary. If your lips are chapped, prepare them before applying the color to your lips.

You can easily give a smoked carbon and purple effect to your eyes if you know the tricks. Do it in a lower way than given and receive the salon quality results. When you are done with your base, it is time to improve your eyes (in the most subtle way possible).) Start curling your lashes with a high-quality table curling iron. We recommend the Revlon Lash Curler No. 8: It is of high quality and affordable at the same time. If you want to compact and lengthen your lashes with one product, the Maybelline tab detection mask works long wonders, flapping tabs.

Apply the neutral brightness tone used in step 2 along the line of the bottom tabs approximately within 2/3 or 3/4. Apply the eyeshadow in step 3 slightly to the outer lower corner of the eye. Then, with a clean casting brush, you want to spread the brown along that outer edge using a wiper movement from left to right.