Here are few makeup tips that you need to know:
We could watch beauty bloggers and vloggers do their thing all day long (and let’s be real—we pretty much do), but for some reason, our work just never comes out looking as amazing as the pros. Sure, makeup artists dedicate their life’s work to perfecting the craft, but it also seems like they’re blessed with a little makeup magic.
But is it really magic, or is it just some insider info? Probably a little bit of both—but we’re rolling back the curtain on some pro tricks that will serious take your makeup game to the next level. Give these hacks a try. You won’t be sorry.
1. Create a radiant base with Embryolisse Moisturizer
A staple in every pro makeup artist’s kit, Embryolisse’s Lait-Crème Concentré is a rich moisturizer perfect for all skin types that hydrates and preps the skin, leaving a gorgeous, dewy glow.
2. Get rid of redness with eye drops
Eye drops contain ingredients that constrict the blood vessels in your eyes, therefore making the redness go away. This same principle applies to pimples or other redness on the face as well. Just saturate a cotton swab with some Visine Original Eye Drops and dab it onto the specific area. In a few minutes, the redness will be gone.
3. Brighten up skin with peach or apricot toned primers
Peach and apricot toned primers for brightening up dull and tired skin, especially for those with darker complexions. The colored tint in the primer helps correct hyper-pigmentation and is also excellent for counteracting blue or purple-toned dark circles.
4. Powder in-between primer and foundation
One way to make sure your makeup lasts all day is to set your primer with a powder before applying foundation. It sounds odd (since we’ve always been told to never apply liquids on top of powders), but it actually works. Apply your regular face primer and dust a lightweight translucent powder over top. By doing this, you are locking it in, ensuring that the primer won’t slide around and disturb your foundation. But remember, moderation is key—applying too much powder will make the foundation application cakey.
5. Use a BeautyBlender to apply foundation
6. Make “peach fuzz” disappear
7. Apply cream blush, bronzer, and highlighter underneath foundation
8. Use HD powder sparingly
9. Color theory
Color theory is the foundation of good makeup application. Most of the time we actually use the wrong colors and undertones for our skin. To master color theory, look to a color wheel. Opposite colors, such as red and green, cancel each other out. So if you have a red pimple, applying a green toned concealer first will make concealing it 10 times easier. It’s also important to take into consideration the undertone of your skin, your eye color, and what works best with them. For example, purple makes green eyes pop and golden hues work best on warmer skin tones.
10. Use thin, hairlike strokes for natural-looking brows
11. Eyeshadow placement for larger eyes
If you have smaller eyes, eyeshadow placement is key in faking a wide-eyed look. Avoid using dark shades on the lid and the waterline, as they close off the eyes and make them look even smaller. Instead, use a light color in the inner corner and a nude pencil on the inner rims of your eyes. Also, when applying your crease color, try blending it upwards in the inner corner towards the front of your brow. This opens up the inner part of the eyes, making them appear larger.
Passionate about beauty and wish to be a makeup specialist; Tatyam School of Design can help. Choose any of our professional and best makeup courses in Delhi and start pursuing your career as a talented makeup artist & make your future awesome. For further inquiry; make a call with us at +91 9818-873-353 or drop an email at email@example.com.
- About Us
- Fashion Design Course
- Interior Design Course
- Vastu Shastra Course
- Make-up & Styling Course
- Hair & Styling Course
- Astrology Course
- Student Testimonials
- Contact Us