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Tips for Applying Makeup Naturally

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Tips for Applying Makeup Naturally

Makeup is a difficult field to traverse and as such it is often necessary for users to seek outside help in the matter. Understanding a few tips and tricks of the trade is the best way to get the most out of any makeup application and to hone and specialize skills to create makeup for any occasion. Makeup does not have to be difficult, and if users are willing to take the time to learn a few tips they can quickly become proficient in any type of application.

The first step of any makeup is to use products to ready the skin. This could be a good moisturizer, a primer, a serum, or any other product that hydrates the skin. Using something like simple skin care products to help ready and hydrate the skin can make any makeup application much easier. Skin that is well hydrated is smoother, more even in tone and texture, and has a better overall quality which helps makeup go on better and last longer. With skin that has been primed users can expect products to last for hours and hours as opposed to a short while. Using something like a lotion also helps to keep the skin hydrated and protect from excessive product build up.

After the skin is prepped and ready to go, users should consider what products they want to utilize. With natural makeups it is almost always best to use a light or sheer foundation that just evens out skin rather than truly covering it. Using something light while using the fingers or a sponge to apply can make any application look completely natural. Using something like your fingers or a sponge can really make a difference in the overall look of the makeup. Your fingers prevent too much product from being deposited on the skin and can help to really blend the products.

With eye makeup using feathery strokes and applying makeup in stages is key. It is best when applying natural eye makeup to use a large brush so that the product is evenly distributed and so that it is not concentrated in one area. If the product is concentrated in one area it often becomes necessary for more product to be added which makes for a less natural look. The more makeup that is added the less natural the overall look tends to be. Using a large brush helps to spread out the product and really diffuse the colors giving the wearer a more natural look. Natural eye makeup is universally flattering and fantastic for first time users.

For lips, it is almost always best to use something like a lip balm or a tinted gloss rather than a full on lip stick. Using a gloss or balm can give a natural flush to the lips without being too heavy or being too opaque. A nice sheer gloss or balm also tends to wear off beautifully as the day goes on giving the wearer an even more natural look overall. Using these tips can help any makeup wearer create a natural look quickly and easily.



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