Over the years, from its development until now; natural and organic products have quickly taken its place in the world. Known worldwide and used by everyone, organic makeup products are being used and praised by many, due to their wonderful results and environmentally friendly outcome. Read more…
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The skin is the largest organ in the body and yet often we think about skin protection and sun protection only when we are going to the beach, or exposing our hands and faces to the cold, harsh winter wind. But the truth is, our skin health needs protection all the time summer, winter, indoors or out. (LuycoRed) Read more…
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Whether they want to admit it or not, most women look better when they wear lipstick. That single pop of color, done in the right shade, does more to accent a woman’s facial features than any other makeup product. Yet many women decline to wear lipstick; not because they don’t want to, but because they simply don’t know how to find the right color or the type that will work best for them. The bottom line is that any woman can wear at least one shade from any color grouping, be it pink, mauve, red, brown, coral, or berry. The trick is in finding the proper shade to go with a woman’s skin tone and natural coloring.
Back to basics – your skin undertone
There are basic points to keep in mind in choosing a lip color. Women must be mindful of their skin’s natural undertones. The most flattering lip tones will be one or two shades darker than your natural lip color. To test shades, apply lipstick or gloss to one lip. If that color is just a shade or two deeper than your bare lip, then you’ve found your shade. Yes, it’s a simple as that. If you can’t try the lipsticks out before you buy, simply hold it up to your lips in the store and check it out in the mirror.
Women with fair skin, look great in lipstick shades such as nudes in a slightly apricot shade, pinks and light corals. Stay away from browns.
Those with a medium skin tone can go a bit darker. You’ll look great in roses, mauves and berries. Skip the bright reds and consider a deep burgundy instead. According to the editors of Allure’s “Confessions of a Beauty Editor,” women with dark skin “can go in one of two directions: toward brown or purple. Think caramel or walnut for day, and plum or wine for evening.”
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A smokin’ hot look starts with smoky, sexy eyes. Wear your smoky eye look at an event or a night on the town. Lets show you how to achieve this dazzle beautiful look.
Smokey Eyes Check List
1. A Light Moisturizer
2. A GOOD Foundation
3. Medium Shadow Brush
4. Brown & Black EyeShadow
5. Black EyeLiner & A Brow Pencil
6. Lash Curler
8. Soft Pink Powder Blush
9. A Flesh-Tone Lipliner
10. Natural Rose-Tone Creme Lipstick
11. Caramel Lip Gloss
Step #1: Prep Skin With a Light Moisturizer
For the smoothest smokey eye application, cleanse your face, exfoliate, spritz on some toner, then prep your skin with a light moisturizer.
Step #2: Foundation & Concealer
Using your fingers, a sponge, or a foundation brush, apply foundation as you normally would. If you plan to be photographed, my recommendation is to get yourself a n HD foundation. For smokey eyes, you will want to go a shade lighter for contrast.
Smokey Eyes Step #3: EyeShadow
Using a medium eyeshadow brush, sweep basic brown eyeshadow across your entire eyelid, making sure to blend very well – and be sure to do your smokey eye right, meaning NO distinct lines.
Smokey Eyes Step #4: EyeLiner
Line the inner rim of your upper and lower eyelids with a black eyeliner. Use a sponge-tipped applicator to smudge the lash line for blending. For smokey eyes to “pop”, this step is crucial.
Step #5: EyeShadow
Using your sponge-tipped applicator again, apply basic black eyeshadow to softly define the eyelid crease and over your liner to define the top and bottom of your lashline. This will nicely set the eyeliner and begin to create dimension for smokey eyes.
Step #6: EyeLashes
To really open up your eyes, curl your lashes. Then apply the deepest black mascara you can get your hands on. If you plan to wear false eyelashes, now is the time to put them on. For smokey eyes, false lashes really magnify the drama.
Step #7: EyeBrows
With a light hand, use a dark brown brow pencil to fill in the sparse areas of your eyebrows.
Step #8: Blush
Using a large blush brush, dust on a soft pink powder blush. Dust high on your cheekbones for the most drama.
Step #9: Lips
Line, define and fill your lips with a flesh-toned lip pencil. Neutral lips are a great off-set for smokey eyes. With a lip brush, apply a natural rose creme lipstick. Gloss it over with a caramel lip gloss.
The makeup brush and its purpose
Makeup brushes are useful aids that can be used to apply makeup in the right way. Different makeup brushes have different uses and are of different types. They help you achieve precision and accuracy while applying makeup. Using the right makeup brush can give you results similar to makeup applied by a professional makeup artist, where the canvas is your skin.
In the following article you will know the best basic tools to help you create the makeup effect you want. Have fun!
Depending upon the area to which makeup is to be applied, various types of brushes are designed.
a. Foundation brush – Is a large, smooth brush used to apply liquid or cream foundation over the face and neck. Perfect for creating a smooth, even application.
b. Powder brush – The big fluffy brush used to dust loose powder over your face, setting your makeup and eliminating any shine.
c. Camouflage flat brush / Concealer brush – A tapered brush used to apply concealer to areas of imperfection on the face with precision. This brush effectively helps
cover blemishes, spots, and imperfect skin tone.
d. Angle cheek brush / blush brush / Contour brush - A blush brush can be either big and fluffy, or small and angled. Blusher brushes are soft & used to apply blush /
Contour / Bronzer evenly over the temples and cheekbones.
Several types of makeup brushes are designed specifically for use in the eye area.
1. Smudge Brushes
a. Oval fluff brush 08
b. Chisel fluff brush
Smudge brushes are typically flat and made of short hairs. Occasionally they may appear to be rounded in shape, but their overall look is flat. These brushes are ideal for the following uses: Perfect for applying your your favourite shade of eye color along the crease or the lash line for an all over blending. A must when you’re wearing more than one eye color or for
2. Angle Brushes
Use the angle brushes to define the lash line, the brows and the crease. The bristles of the brush are typically flat and slightly firm to the touch allowing the brush to fit easily into hard-to-reach spots, like the corners of the eyelid and around the lashes. Great for applying powder eye liner at the base of the lashline or for pushing color into the roots of the lashes to make
lashes look thicker.
a. Angle brush 06
b. Angle brush 08
3. Eye Shadow Brush
These types of brushes pick up and deposit color with greater efficiency than typical sponge applicators. Available in a variety of sizes, eye shadow brushes may feature slightly angled or tapered hairs.
a. Shader brush
b. Deluxe crease brush
4. Eyeliner Brush
Its narrow shape ensures precise, clean. These thin brushes are appropriate for liquid, gel and cream liners with precision.
a. Liner brush
A lip brush is a fine, soft and tapered brush that can be used to apply lipstick or lip gloss to the lips. They help blend in the lipstick with the lip liner to give a smooth and even finish to the lips.
a. Dome lip brush
Lip Liner secrets
The lip liner, used masterfully, is the quickest means of changing your lip shape. For a modern look, always run the pencil over the back of your hand after sharpening before you actually line your lips. This will soften a very pointed tip, and ensure a more natural-looking outline. Always fill in the whole lip area with the same lip liner, otherwise when your lipstick fades you will be left with an obvious outline. Keep your lips relaxed, and do not press too hard when applying lip liner. Using small feathery movements will keep the line looking more natural.
Lip liner or lip pencil can give you a proper and defined outline to the lips. With the help of a lip liner you can get any desired lip shape. Using lip pencil to make your lips look bigger, smaller or more even, is a common make-up trick. But note: it’s only useful if wanting to alter the appearance of your lips slightly – coloring too far outside the lines can look fake.
Full lips: If you have full lips and want to play them down, opt for darker colors, and when using lip liner, line just inside the lips.
Thin lips on top and bottom: To avoid making your lips look too thin, stick with light to medium shades, and dot some gloss or iridescent powder on the middle of the bottom lip to make it look fuller.
Thin on top, full on bottom: If you want to make them appear more even, try lining just inside the bottom lip, and just outside the top lip. You can also try using a slightly darker lip shade on the bottom, and applying a little gloss to the top only.
Makeup Artist’s Tip: Highlighting your cupid’s bow with a liquid highlighter will also give the illusion of a fuller top lip.
Lip gloss is one basic product that should not be missing in our makeup kit. It gives that luscious look even to the driest lips. Enhance your lips with volume with the help of the latest colored or transparent lip glosses. Apply it over the lipstick or to the bare lips for the juicy effect. One of the additional tricks make up artists use to secure the proper impression of the lips is to condition and then dust the lips with face powder. Choose shades that complement your skin tone and cover the lips with a thin layer of this product. This way you’ll keep the gloss from melting, smudging as well as absorption. If you apply it over lipstick make sure tint your lips first, then remove the product excess with the help of a clean tissue paper, then you can apply the must have powder, again the lip stain or lipstick and finally the lip gloss.
Many women wrongly believe they can’t wear red lipstick. The secret to choosing the right red lip color is in the undertones.
Women with fair skin – look great in shades such as nudes, apricot shade, pinks and light corals. Stay away from browns, which will appear blah.
Those with a medium skin tone – look great in roses, mauves and berries. Skip the bright reds and consider a deep burgundy instead.
Women with dark toned skin – look great in brown or purple. Think caramel or walnut for day, and plum or wine for evening.
The “take my I’m yours” lips
Nude lips are about the sheen and shine that says “take me, I’m yours.” Just as you would do with any other color, in choosing a nude lipstick, a woman must keep the skin tone in mind.
Fair women – should look for a taupe with a slight kiss of rose color.
Olive toned women – should look for those that are more of a taupey coral shade.
Tanned women – should go for something a bit lighter to make the lips stand apart from the rest of the tan.