Imagine how makeup can give someone a makeover- from a simple to a jaw-dropping look. Owning a makeup is basic, but correctly applying it is another thing. Here are some tips to level up your make up use.
Light them up
For easier application, heat your eyeliner with a lighter, and you’ll have that gel eyeliner in no time.
Try a cool eyeliner using different styles and colours. You can choose a scallop design or any ocean-inspired design.
To get that desired smokey eye, you can draw a hashtag on your lid then spread it unto the whole eyelid.
Use bobby pins to achieve an eyeliner wing by applying a liquid liner to the pin and then using it to line up your eyeliner wings.
Another use of bobby pins would be changing your ordinary brush into a fan brush. Just put the bobby pins at the base of the brush, and you’ll get that fluffiness.
A white base will surely make your eyeshadow stand out. Apply a white base first then choose any colour of eyeshadow to dab.
If you notice your eyelashes curler not doing its work, you can heat it using a blow dryer.
While a saline solution is for contact lenses, you can also use it for your dried mascara. Add a drop or two to your mascara tube, cover then shake. Now, you can enjoy using it until the last drop.
You can feature your facial structure by applying blush on your temple, browbone, and cheekbones.
Cool Lip Stain
Kool-Aid as Lip Tint? Cool, right? Just dab your fingers on Kool-Aid then apply it in your lips for cherry luscious lips.
Spray just enough hairspray to your mascara brush and apply it to your brows to keep it in place.
You don’t need a matte lipstick for that desired matte finish. One simple trick is to use powder. Just put powder on a tissue paper over your lips.
Use two different shade to outline your lips for that all-natural pouty lips.
Homemade Lip Scrub
Once in a while, you need to exfoliate your lips for it to soften and appear luscious. You can exfoliate at home using a solution of 2:1 brown sugar and honey.
To emphasize your best features, you can add highlights on your nose line, chin, and areas below the nose and above your brows.
Fix it with Alcohol
Alcohol is a disinfectant, yet it can also be used to repair broken powder. You need to smash until the pieces become small then you need to add Alcohol up to the point that it looks like a paste. Smoothen then cover with tissue paper and leave it to dry. After drying you now have a new press powder.