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June 16, 2016

Makeup Basics-How To Apply Makeup For Beginners





Hi,

So you want to know a bit about makeup, curious to explore this new world?

Today I am writing this special post for the makeup beginners.

Things To know for your first makeup Application:

Buy Foundation matching to your skin tone.
Keep your skin type in Mind, like dry ,combination or oily skin.

Focus on the problematic areas like acne marks, under eye circles & dark spots.
Use a concealer to hide & brighten up the skin problems.

Apply a Compact powder to finish the face makeup base & get that shine free look.

Pick up natural,neutral & light shade lipsticks for your first applications.Play it safe.

Try to keep your eyebrows natural by filling them with natural eyebrow colors close to your natural hair color.A naturally filled eyebrows can transform the whole makeup look.

Blend that natural peach & Pink blush well on cheeks.Don't over go with the blush.


Use an Eyelash curler to curl lashes avoid fake lashes for the first time, it make you comfortable & use a mascara to enhance the natural lashes, they make eyelashes look fuller & longer.

Note, a flawless skin is the key of beautiful looking makeup.


Pro Tip:For the first application keep it natural & simple until you feel more confident & comfortable with the new look.  Also watch My Video Tutorial HERE



XoXo
SuperPrincessjo


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Jo