Makeup is a form of art and it takes a lot of practice to perfect the skill. A lot of times when you do your makeup, is the result just not right? Even though you “followed” everything the girl did in the tutorial? Chances are you could be making some mistakes.
Makeup is a form of art and it takes a lot of
practice to perfect the skill. A lot of times
when you do your makeup, is the result just
not right? Even though you “followed”
everything the girl did in the tutorial? Chances
are you could be making some mistakes. You
will often face failure on the road to perfecting
your makeup skills. But that shouldn’t
dishearten you. Here are some possible
mistakes that you could be making and how
you can steer clear of them in the future.
Skipping the Moisturizer
Skipping the moisturizer in your makeup routine is the biggest
mistake that you can make. Preparing your skin is the way to a
terrific makeup. Applying makeup on dry skin can cause flaky
foundation and the greasy lids can result in your eye makeup to
smudge. Moisturizing your skin will give the makeup a flawless
finish. And it is also great for your skin to stay healthy.
Choosing the Wrong Foundation
Picking the right foundation for your tone and skin type can be
crafty. The common concept of testing it on your wrist is where
people are wrong. Your wrist may not be of the same color as
your face; therefore, it is better to test it on your jaw line and
leave it on for a while as some foundations oxidize and check it
in the sunlight, if you can. If it’s hardly visible- it’s the right one!
Contouring the Wrong Way
Perfecting the contour takes practice as no two people will have
the same features. You need to figure out the face shape and
what works the best for it. Aim towards enhancing the facial
feature rather than looking like a skull. Ensure that you have
picked up the right shade for your complexion.
Not Blending Enough
The key to makeup is blending. You need to maintain
the pigment without having any harsh lines. Blending is
a lot easier than you think. Remember that you can
always build up the pigment and do not pile up as it can
Overdoing Your Brows
Choosing the wrong shade to fill your brows can make
it look a little harsh and unnatural. Go for a shade
which is slight