If you've never worn makeup, all products and aids can be intimidating. Do not worry. We will guide you step by step. Once you master the make-up, you will make your face.
How To Makeup : Prepare your face
Remove all old makeup. During makeup, you should start with a clean palette. Remove the makeup that was applied and wash it at the beginning of the day. If you try to apply more makeup to the old makeup (not included in the update), the final appearance will be sharper and more artificial than the makeup on a new face. You also need to remove any makeup residue to prevent clogging and skin irritation. You can use a good makeup remover or mild baby oil to remove all makeup residue.
Wash your face and apply a moisturizer. For the same reason you are removing your old makeup, you should also wash your face. Use a mild face cleanser to wash the face for about a minute to remove all bacteria and dead skin cells from the pores before rinsing with cold water. Finish with face cream, regardless of skin type.
Cover your face. Before you add makeup, you must first prepare your face. The task of foundation for the face is to improve the appearance of makeup and extend its life.  You can apply the base with your fingers, covering the entire face with a small amount. The base also helps in makeup throughout the day. If you start sweating, running or doing something that brings makeup or blemishes, the primer is a must for you.
Put on the undercoat. There are different types of foundations , but they are generally used in the same way. Liquid, cream and powdered stems help to create a more uniform skin and a homogenous base for a different makeup. Use a damp cosmetic brush or sponge to apply a base on the face, if necessary, on the cervix and ear cushions. Remember that your base should have the same color as your skin, but it should not be too dark or brighter. It is helpful to adjust the substrate to the chest and neck, so that the face does not have a different color from the rest of the body. You never want a hard line of the jaw of the neck. It is very unnatural and gives a hard and unmixed finish that is not what you want. Choosing a color that suits your skin always helps.
Apply the broker. The broker is designed to compensate for uneven skin tone caused by imperfections or shadows under the eyes. You can also use the equalizer in a slightly lighter shade to brighten dark areas or high spots on the face. Use a broker or your fingertips (clean) to divide the brooder at the bottom of the eye in a triangular inverted form along the nasal bridge, chin, forehead center and above the upper lip. You can use a shade that matches your skin color to cover red areas or blackheads or acne. Mix the edges of the broker to match the floor perfectly.
Specify your base and broker. This step is optional but if you are looking for long-lasting, wrinkle-free makeup, you will need to use a powder to keep the base and concealer in place. Use a wet cosmetic sponge to lift loose powder and squeeze it into the lower eye region, then wipe off excess powder with a brush. Use a large, soft brush to cover the entire face with a transparent or suitable suppository. This step is particularly useful if you use a liquid foundation, as it helps to place the undercoat and eliminate glare or viscosity.
Apply a tag. When your base is ready, your face will probably be out of shape and flat due to its uniform color. To provide some depth, you must create the illusion of reflections and shadows. You can use a cream (to apply before applying the face) or a marker of powder to illuminate the deeper parts of the face: the inner corners of the eyes, under the eyebrows, in the middle of the love bow. and on the top / sides of the cheekbones. This makes your face brighter and brighter than usual.
Add depth thanks to contours. Outlines means that, instead of emphasizing face enhancements, you add a powder a little darker than the skin color (except suntan lotion) to the areas you want to see softened or removed. As a rule, the contours should be made under the cheekbones, the cheekbones, the sides of the nose and under the chin. You can also create a small and large forehead by placing a contour close to the hairline. It makes your face look slimmer and longer and gives you shadows that naturally occur without a foundation. Once you mold your face, you can use a bronzer to give the color of your face. Use a large tan brush and rub the bronzer in the contours.
Apply a small blush. The final step in preparing your face is to flush your cheeks. Each cheek has a little color, but this color is different for each person. Apply a blush on the apples on the cheeks with a large brush (the round part that appears when you smile). Do not mess around with your blush, just add enough to form the color that will naturally form.
Fill in the eyebrows. This step is optional, depending on the complete eyebrows, but is generally recommended for people with thin or thin eyebrows. Choose the color of the eyebrow pencil, powder or ointment near the hair color. Start drawing the edges of the eyebrows with small, tumultuous motions to mimic the hair, then fill the center with the same small movements. Go in the same direction of hair growth and use the gel for translucent or dark eyebrows to keep them all day long.
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