4 Makeup Tips Every Woman Should Know
When it comes to makeup, there are certain unwritten rules that every woman is supposed to know. How...
1. Opt For Colors That Complement Your Skin Tone
A mistake that many women make when it comes to makeup is by wearing colors and tones that don't suit their natural complexion. So don't be a fashion victim and wear a certain shade of lipstick just because it happens to be on-trend. In the end, it's your appearance that will suffer. If you're unsure as to where to start, pay a visit to the cosmetics counter at your local department store, and ask the beautician for advice. They'll be able to guide you as to which colors suit your natural tone, what foundation to opt for, as well as which colors and tones to avoid. Once you know what you're looking for, if you're short on cash, you can visit websites such as "Cosmetics for Less" to bag yourself a beauty bargain.
2. Always Apply Makeup In Natural Light
Makeup can be a funny thing. What looks good in the shaded reflection of your bedroom mirror, can make you look like a badly painted clown in daylight. Sunlight can be pretty unforgiving, even at the best of times. That's why it's essential that when applying your makeup, you do it whilst your face is illuminated by as much natural light as possible.
4. Wear Less Makeup & Pale Colors During The Day
With work responsibilities, our lives to worry about, and families to raise, it's not surprising that us women tend to look a little on the tired side at times. Whilst makeup won't give you an energy-boost, it will at least, make you look a little fresher and more awake. The trick is to avoid heavy eye shadows and dark eyeliner during daylight hours. It's best to save the sexy, smoky-eyed look for the evenings. Using a light, shimmery eyeshadow, a clear mascara, and just a touch of concealer is all you really need.
You can now be rest assured that your makeup education is complete. Now you can beautify yourself in complete and total confidence. Go ahead!
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Contributed By: Emily