Applying makeup is an art that requires a minimum of knowledge. Not need to be an expert to the makeup be able to look as the correct task. Just remember a few basics. Summarized in 6 steps for a natural makeup suitable for any outfit and all types od faces.
What we neeed?
To achieve the desired effects, it must have the right tools and the right products. The makeup kit should include the most basic eyeshadow beige or ivory, matte or satin eyeshadow brown or taupe eye contour pencil, a brown or black mascara, a neutral blush, lipstick an applicator brush and eyeshadow.
Step 1 : The blush
The application of blush with a blush gives a natural healthy and naturally glow. To apply, you must smile at the mirror. Slightly after dipping the brush into the paint, it must shake before applying to avoid marks. Then perform circular movements on your cheekbones and continue the operation up towards the temples.
Step 2 : The blush ivory /beige
The blush ivory applies to the entire lid starting at the lash line to brow. Use the sponge applicator to install a base powder.
Step 3 : The blush taupe /brown
A partir du coin externe jusqu’au centre de l’œil, en dessous de l’arcade sourcilière, étalez le fard à taupe en utilisant un pinceau. Placez-le dans le creux de l’œil en gardant l’œil ouvert puis faites un va et vient en forme d’arc.
From the outer corner to the center of the eye, below the brow, spread the taupe shadow using a brush. Place it in the hollow of the eye by keeping your eyes open and do a back and forth in an arc.
Step 4 : Eyeliner eyes
Use the pencil to trace the outline of your eyes. The line above the eye should be avoided for those with round eyes or big eyes. For cons, the line below the eye can enlarge the eyes. Avoid stretching the eye with the fingers making the plot.
Step 5 : Mascara
Apply two coats of mascara from the root of the eyelashes. Take a break from the application of two layers.
Step 6 : Lipstick
For more precision, apply lipstick with a brush. Trace the outline of your lips with a pencil of the same color.
The method of Karim Rahman, expert makeup for L’Oréal Paris:
Michelle Phan :