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How to Apply Makeup

The power of makeup is undeniable; Our favorite products help us create the beauty looks we love, enhance our favorite features, and encompass our individual definitions of beauty. The best makeup routines help the modern woman boost her self-confidence and face the world no matter what happens during the day.

When it comes to makeup, a masterful application can change everything. Applying your favorite products correctly can do two things: help you achieve the beauty look you desire and get the most out of your makeup.

Are you looking for natural makeup that makes your skin look radiant all day long?

Learn how to apply your makeup with these essential beauty tips. From applying liquid foundation to using gel eyeliner, these tips and tricks will help you create a flawless look.


Before you start applying your makeup, take time to prep your skin with a high-quality moisturizer. Choosing the right type of humidifier is a crucial piece of the puzzle. Let's take a look at the different types you can use, in order from lightest to heaviest:

Facial Sprays: These are water-based solutions that may contain certain skin-enhancing vitamins and fragrances. Facial sprays are not designed to return moisture to your skin, it is a useful product for maintaining a dewy appearance all day long. Apply this product on days when you feel your skin is dry.
Serums: This is a lightweight solution that is easily absorbed by the skin. There is a wide variety of serums designed to target specific problem areas. Some serums help hydrate skin to prevent wrinkles, while others contain ingredients that can add shine to dull skin.
Lotions: Lotions are the most common type of moisturizer and can benefit a variety of skin types. Prefer “non-comedogenic” lotions; These products are designed so that the pores are not clogged.
Creams: If your dry skin needs some extra help, it may be time to invest in a cream moisturizer. Day creams can be used as a base under your makeup, but night creams are designed to give your skin an extra dose of moisture while you sleep. Apply before hitting the pillow. In the morning you will be greeted with soft, supple skin.
Oils: If you need more hydration, consider oils. Some oils can be a great option for those with dry, sensitive or normal skin. However, if you are acne prone or struggling with oily skin, avoid oily moisturizing products.
Learning how to apply moisturizer correctly is very important.
Pour a small amount on your fingers, the filling should be roughly the size of a quarter. Start by spreading the moisturizer on your forehead; start in the middle of your face, then work your way out and up. Then spread the moisturizer on your cheeks, starting from your nose. Make sure to apply moisturizer evenly to your skin to avoid clogging your pores. After applying enough moisturizer, rub gently in circular motions and give it a few minutes to dry before moving on to the next step.


Now that your skin is well hydrated, prepare your face with primer. Primer is an important first step if you are planning to apply light makeup or heavy makeup. Using a primer under your makeup will make your look longer lasting.
So what exactly is the lining? Think of the primer as a base for your foundation or face makeup to help it stay smoother and last longer. Primers are silky smooth gels and creams that fill lines and pores on your face, smooth out rough textures, and create the ideal canvas for your makeup.
To apply your primer, start by squeezing a small amount onto your fingertips, your preferred makeup brush or sponge.
*Pro Tip: Start with a dime-sized liner in the center of your face and work slowly towards your cheeks, forehead and chin.
If you want to prime the sensitive skin around your eyelids (and keep that smoky eye looking professionally applied all day long), be sure to find a product specifically for this area of ​​the face. Our eyelids can collect oil throughout the day, causing a "wrinkled" look in eyeshadow. If your eyelids are oily, the application may be patchy if you apply unlined eyeshadow or eyeliner.


When it comes to foundation, finding the perfect shade for your skin is the number one priority. The right foundation shade can make all the difference. So how do you go about choosing? Test foundation colors against your jawline. If the foundation disappears without any mixing after applying it, you have found the product you are looking for. This may take some trial and error, but taking the time to choose the right color is crucial.
After choosing a product, think about the tools you will use to apply it. Some women prefer to use their fingers, while others prefer beauty tools like brushes and sponges. If you're looking for a light concealer look, your fingers may be the right applicator. However, never touch your face without washing your hands thoroughly and wash after application.
Start in the middle of your face and spread the liquid foundation outward. Make sure you polish it as you run your foundation over your skin.


There are two main concealer categories: liquid and compact.
Liquid concealer is best for when you want to lightly cover a large area of ​​your face. Liquid concealer also works well for those who want to create a light finish, especially in wrinkle areas such as around the eyes and mouth.
Compact concealers are best suited for more intense coverage on smaller, more defined areas of the face.
Choosing the Color of Your Concealer
It would be wise to invest in two shades of concealer. It should be very similar to your skin tone and can be used to cover dark spots, acne and other facial blemishes. The other should be lighter than your skin tone and can be used to highlight certain areas of the face or add clarity to your makeup look.
Note: Some women prefer to apply concealer before liquid foundation. The order of these two steps is really a matter of preference and trial and error. Try both and discover which method works best for creating a smooth, radiant look on your skin. However, when using powder foundation alone, always apply concealer first.

Where to Apply Concealer

Apply light concealer under the eyes with a damp sponge or make-up brush to reduce the appearance of under-eye circles and create a radiant, radiant look.
If you're using a concealer to minimize the appearance of imperfections, apply directly to problem areas.
Using liquid or cream concealer, put small dots on the following areas to highlight your face:
Horizontally in the middle of your forehead
down the middle of your nose
under your eyes
In a curved arch above your chin, just below your lower lip
Blend gently into the surrounding skin and always make sure to cover it with a foundation or setting powder.


Applying powder foundation can be a difficult process. In your quest for flawless skin, you've probably heard of many powder foundation tips. Keep these tips in mind to achieve a perfect complexion.
Using a large fluffy powder brush, start by sprinkling a light coat of powder all over your face. Press the bristles into the powder, then sweep the skin in long, arcing motions.


Bronzers can give your skin a tan all year round. Use a special bronzer brush to diffuse the golden tan on your face. Bronzing brushes are built with more bristles and are placed much more tightly. This way of production ensures that you get the most out of your colored bronzer every time you go.

How to Choose the Right Bronzer Shade?

One of the most common bronzer application mistakes is choosing the wrong shade. If you're not used to using bronzer, use one that's no more than two shades darker than your skin tone.
Where is the bronzer applied?
After you get the right color, apply your bronzer in the number "3" on both sides of the face. Start on your forehead and pull the bronzer along your cheeks, then sweep along the jawline, reaching up to your chin.
*Pro Tip: Don't forget to distribute it on your neck as well, and evenly on both sides.

STEP 7: Blush

Red cheeks have been the mainstay of makeup appeal for centuries. If you want to add a little more color and vibrancy to your skin, blush can be the key. Use a dense brush with plenty of bristles to apply your blush. Dense brushes will ensure you get the most out of every blush application.

Where to Apply Blush?

There is no one-size-fits-all answer for blush application. It will be better to decide where to apply your blush by trying it according to its color.
Pink blush: When using pink blush, apply only to your cheekbones. It is designed to mimic the natural look your body creates when pink blush is applied to the place where blood flows onto your cheeks. Put on your prettiest smile to find your cheekbones. It refers to the front of the cheek, which becomes more prominent when you smile by saying "cheese".


The right highlighter adds some sparkle to any makeup look. Whether you're choosing a more natural look or want something bold and beautiful, illuminating can complete your makeup application.

Where to Apply Highlighter

Once you've created a flawless canvas with your new foundation routine, map out the areas on your face you want to highlight.
First apply to the following areas using a liquid highlighter:
down the bridge of your nose
At the top of the cheekbones
In the inner corners of your eyelids
on the brow bone
Indentation above your upper lip (Also called Cupid's Bow)
the center of your forehead
center of your chin
Once you're satisfied with your liquid highlighter application, blend it out using your fingertips or sponge. To maximize the impact of your highlight, apply a cream or powder highlighter over the areas you want to highlight.


Whether you prefer neutral tones or go bold with colorful hues, eyeshadow can add interest to your makeup look. Whichever look you're using, get two eyeshadows that complement each other: a light shade and a dark shade.
Dip your eyeshadow brush into the light shade, then tap the brush to get rid of excess product. Apply the lighter shade to the entire eyelid, starting at the lash line and ending just above the crease of your eyelid.
Now dip your brush into the darker color and brush off the excess once more. Apply the color to the outer corner of your eye, just above your lash line. Sweep the darker color over your eyelid crease, just below the brow bone. Stop applying from the middle of your eyelid as you don't want to darken the inner corners. Take a clean shadow brush and blend the two colors together. If you want a more intense look, reapply the dark shade.


Applying eyeliner can be tricky. Tackle your eye makeup woes with these essential tips for applying eyeliner.

Eyeliner Types

Liquid eyeliner: If you're looking for precision, liquid eyeliner is your new best friend. You can find liquid liner in bottle form, which is applied with a fine dipping brush. You can also find the liquid liner in the felt-tip pen.
With liquid eyeliner, start thinning from the inner corner of your eye, then thicken the application towards the outer corner. You can start liner from the middle or inner corner of your eye and hold the liner tip or brush as close to the lash line as possible. Use small strokes of your pencil to create small lines along the lash line, then combine them to fill in the gaps. Don't worry if your hand slips! Apply eye makeup remover to a stick and clean the area.
Gel eyeliner: This type of eyeliner typically comes in a small container with a thin brush for application. Gel eyeliner is great for creating a cat eye look.
Dip a flat, angled brush into the gel eyeliner container. Rotate the brush to make sure there is product on both sides and start applying from the center of the lash line, moving outward. Next, draw a line connecting the two lines from the inner corner of your eye to the middle.
Pencil eyeliner: This is usually the best eyeliner option for beginners. A sharp pencil eyeliner is easy to use on your waterline and is great for creating a smoky eye.
Sharpen your pencil every time you use it. After pulling your eyelid taut, draw small dots of light starting from the outer corner of your upper eyelid. Work towards the inner corner of the eye to create a thin dotted line as close to the lash line as possible. Connect the dots with your pencil or use a small shadow brush to blend.


If you are going to use only one makeup product, mascara should be at the top of your list. A few drops of mascara can make your eyes look brighter in a single step.
You can find mascara in a variety of colors, but black and brown tend to be the most popular. Start by curling your lashes with an eyelash curler.
How to curl your lashes:
Place the curler at the bottom of your upper lashes, being careful not to pinch the delicate skin around your eyelid.
Gently close the crimper
hold in place for a few seconds
release slowly
Once your lashes are curled, grab your mascara tube. Twist it slightly to make sure all the bristles are covered with mascara.
*Pro Tip: Do not pump the wand into the tube, as this can let air in and cause your mascara to clump.
Gently run the mascara brush over the lashes. This will create more volume that you can then pull up to the tips of your lashes. If your lashes stick together, take a clean brush and brush it. Apply a second coat for more volume.


Prepare your lips before applying gloss. If your lips are chapped and chapped, be sure to use a gentle lip scrub to remove the dead skin. Then use a lip balm or moisturizer to further soften the lips. Remove the excess after the lip balm has been absorbed.


A setting spray or setting powder can be the final touch of your makeup routine. Investing in a quality fixing solution is essential if you want lasting makeup all day without greasy, creasing or shine.
Setting sprays are designed for all skin types and can be used to set a variety of looks, whether you're applying light coverage or full-face makeup. The setting spray keeps your makeup in place, helps reduce your reapplication needs, and keeps your makeup looking flawless for hours.

Last look

Your makeup is complete. With these makeup application tips, it's easy to create a variety of beauty looks, whether you're heading to the office or a night out on the town.


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