When it comes to makeup, there is no right way to do it, you can do it however you feel, but we can give you an idea of how to apply makeup properly. It is an art that anyone can practice or apply to themselves regardless of gender, color, or race.
It’s a myth from earlier times that make-up is a girl thing or girls need make-up to look pretty but that’s not true girls don’t need make-up to look pretty also make-up is not for one race or gender. Anyone can use makeup to enhance their features and also go a step further and do face art and the like.
HOW TO APPLY MAKEUP IN THE RIGHT SEQUENCE?
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We’re sure you’ve seen countless makeup tutorials online, watched your favorite celebrities apply their makeup using their preferred products, and maybe even applied your own makeup with them. But you can never have too many helpful resources to help you on your makeup journey!
Although there are many different methods of applying makeup and many different steps to take, we have developed a plan for you to follow that can help you achieve a beautiful and fresh look permanently.
Let this step-by-step beauty tutorial give you the basics (see what we did there?) of applying your makeup. And let him help you adapt to everything from applying mineral foundation that can help cover up rosacea, to the right way to use a tinted balm, to finish your look with a setting spray.
LET’S LOOK STEP BY STEP
1- PREPARE IT
Before applying makeup, take some time to prep your face with a high-quality moisturizer. Choosing the right humidifier is an important part of the puzzle. Here are some of the types you can use, ranked from lightest to heaviest:
Facial mists are water-based products with possible fragrances and skin-beneficial vitamins. Face mists can be a useful tool for maintaining a dewy look throughout the day, even if they aren’t meant to replenish skin hydration. If you feel that your skin is dry during the day, just spray.
The serum is light and quickly absorbed by the epidermis. There is a large collection of serums aimed at specific problem areas. Some serums help hydrate skin and smooth wrinkles, while others contain ingredients that could brighten a dull look.
The most popular form of moisturizer is lotion, which is suitable for all skin types. Choose lotions labeled “non-comedogenic”; this product is made to not clog pores.
Creams: If your parched skin needs some extra help, it might be time to get a creamy moisturizer. This is a heavier, thicker product that can hydrate overly dry skin. While night creams are made to give your skin extra moisture while you sleep, day creams can be used as a base for makeup. Apply before bed and your skin will be smooth and supple in the morning.
After thoroughly moisturizing the skin, apply a primer. A primer is an essential first step, whether you’re going to apply a thin layer of foundation or your entire makeup. Your makeup will last longer if you apply a primer first.
So what exactly is an introduction? Consider the primer as a makeup primer or foundation for easier application and longer wear.
Silky smooth gels and creams called primers close the pores and lines of your skin, even out rough textures, and provide the perfect base for your makeup.
Start by squeezing a small amount of primer onto your fingertips, your favorite makeup brush, or sponge.
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Finding the perfect base color for your skin tone should be your main concern. The right shade of foundation can make a big difference. So how do you choose? Match the different shades of the foundation to your jawline.
If the makeup disappears completely after application without blending in any way, you have found your perfect match. Making an effort to choose the ideal shade may require some trial and error.
After choosing a product, consider the tools you will use to apply it. While some women choose to use brushes and sponges, others prefer to use their fingertips.
However, never touch the product with your fingers if you want to achieve a light coverage look.
Liquid and stick/compact concealers are the two primary types.
A liquid concealer is ideal for situations where you need light coverage of a large part of the face. For those who want a soft finish, liquid concealer is also effective, especially in areas where there are wrinkles, such as around the lips and eyes.
Concealer sticks and compacts work well for heavier coverage in smaller, more specialized areas of the face.
Choosing a concealer color
It is a good idea to buy two different colors of makeup. One can cover dark spots, lines, and other facial blemishes and should be very similar to your skin tone. The other can be used to highlight specific areas of the face and should be lighter than your skin tone
Applying foundation powder can be difficult; if you use too little, you may have skipped this step entirely, and if you use too much, you risk the dreaded “cakey look.”
You’ve probably heard plenty of powder foundation tips and tricks in your quest for flawless skin. Keep these recommendations in mind to achieve ideal skin.
Start by lightly dusting the powder all over the skin using a large, fluffy powder brush. After pressing the bristles into the powder, long arcing strokes should be applied to the epidermis.
You may want to add a little more makeup if certain areas of your skin need it (the center of your face is usually where the red and oily areas are).
Pink cheeks have been a makeup staple for ages. Blush can be the answer if you want to add a little more color and vibrancy to your skin. Applying blush with a dense brush with lots of bristles will ensure you get the most out of every stroke.
Places to apply blush
There is no one-size-fits-all method of applying paint. Depending on the color, you can choose where to place the blush.
Pink Blush: When using, apply pink blush only to the apples of your cheekbones. The pink blush is meant to resemble the physiological flushing your body produces when blood pools in your cheeks. Put on your best face to find the apples on your face
After the new basic mode gives you a flawless canvas, mark the facial features you want to emphasize.
First, apply the liquid illuminator to the following areas:
tip of the nose down
the tops of your cheeks
the inner edges of your eyelids
near the frontal bone
Cupid’s Bow is the indentation above your upper lip.
the central area of your eyebrows
bony midline chin
After applying the liquid highlighter to your satisfaction, blend it in with your fingers or a sponge. Apply a cream or powder highlighter to the areas you want to highlight to maximize the effect of your highlight.
After dipping the brush into the darker shade, tap off the excess color once more. Just behind the lash line, apply the color to the outer corner of the eyes.
Smudge the darker shade across the center of the lids just below the brow bone. Since you don’t want to darken the inner corners, stop applying around the center of the lid. Use a fresh shadow brush to blend the two colors.
For a more intense effect, apply a darker shade a second time.
Applying eyeliner correctly can be challenging; one small mistake and you’re left with “coon” eyes. Applying eyeliner properly is easy with these essential guidelines.
Lightly shake the mascara brush along the beginnings of the eyelashes. You can then draw the extra volume you just created to the ends of your lashes. A clean mascara wand can be used to clear clumps of eyebrows. Add more volume by adding another layer.
Prep your lips before adding gloss. After using a gentle lip scrub, apply a protective lip gloss to remove any dead skin if your lips are chapped and chapped.
Follow with a lip conditioner or moisturizer to further smooth your lips. After absorption, wipe off the excess lip balm.
When you start applying the lip gloss to the center of the lips, drag the brush along the length of the pout. To ensure that the lip gloss gets into all corners of the lips, avoid drawing the gloss above the natural lip line and gently press the lips together.
Your final step when applying makeup can be a setting spray or powder. Investing in a high-quality setting solution is essential if you want your makeup to last all day without greasiness, creasing, or shine.
Setting sprays can be used to set a variety of looks, whether you’re looking to achieve sheer coverage or perfect makeup.
They are made for all skin types. Fixing spray keeps your make-up in place, minimizes the need for re-application, and keeps it looking flawless for a long time.
Fixing spray is done in a way that is very similar to how hairspray is applied to your stylish do-for-your-face. Spray and hold the bottle at least 8 inches from your forehead.