Before you begin any makeup application think carefully about the look you want. Does it need to be natural? To Extend the look of your current foundation? Or, is there a bright rainbow of colors waiting to droop onto your jaw line? With these key considerations in mind, here are some tips to keep in mind for a quick and easy application.
Picking the right colours
Topical: Test the colours you want to use on your face by purchasing a test patch. horizontally dot colour on your face and see if it blends with your skin colour.
Esca: For a quick, easy colour test, purchase a semi-permanent colour blotting paper. The paper fades, so wide colour strips are great for testing and applying quickly. When the paper is paper-thin, so to speak, apply a colour that is as close to your natural skin tone as possible. Because most blotting papers are soaked with chemicals, avoid using them for colouring your hair.
Palette: 100% Natural Sexy Colors
The 100% natural look is so hot right now with makeup. Try some of the colours on your own face:
- Natural peach blush -A warm pink
- Sun peach blush -A warm peach
- Eco peach blush -A pleasant warm pink
- Walnut blush -A warm brown
There are so many options available, use them all. Try different shades and see which one suits you best. Walnut blush is a great choice, as it is a combination of pink and tan. Try to find a blush that is as close to your own colouring as possible. If you are not a 100% natural strawberry, look for a slightly darker pink colour. If you are not a redhead, walnut blush is a great choice.
Foundation: Choose a foundation that is as close to your own skin tone as possible. Back in the day before liquid foundation, women would cake on the foundation until their face was thickly covered. These days, women do not need to pile on extra foundation effort during the heat of summer. Use a makeup sponge to apply foundation. As a side effect, blend away any unnatural lines that result from using a sharp new foundation brush.
Use concealer: To hide puffy eyes, dark circles and flaws, employ a concealer. Find a concealer that is a shade lighter than your own colouring and rub it into each blemish. Before you apply concealer, wait a bit until it feels damp on your skin. Then dip your brush into it and apply it in short strokes, covering the entire area.
Outline the lips: – Whisk the pencil or liquid foundation along the lips and fill in the lips with it. – Blot the excess against your nostrils and forehead. – Clean off any excess on your cheeks.
The above steps will not take more than 5 minutes. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you will learn to apply a simple airbrush makeup kit. Airbrush makeup kits are available for home use at an inexpensive cost. What will you be able to learn about yourself that you didn’t know?