Some tips on corrective makeup that I like to use. Enjoy!
Make a wide jaw appear smaller: Apply dark foundation below cheekbones and along jawline then blend into neck.
Make a receded chin appear larger: Highlight chin by using lighter foundation then what is on the face and blend.
Make a wide nose appear skinnier: Apply foundation a shade lighter to center of the nose. Apply darker foundation on both sides of nose.
Alter close-set eyes to have them appear wider: Lightly apply darker shadow on outer edge of eyes and light on inside near the nose.
Apply lip color easier by using a sugar/olive oil mix to exfoliate lips first. To get a more plump look use a little cayenne pepper with a brush, wipe off with water, then apply color.
Conceal dark under eye circles: Apply concealer over dark area blending and smoothing into surrounding area. I like to do this after applying foundation setting with a powder at the end.
Create appearance of larger eyes: Extend eye shadow to inner side of eyelid toward nose. Use contour eyeshadow in the crease of the eyelid.
Create a more natural look by matching your eyeshadow to your eye color.
Create a more dramatic look by using a darker shade of foundation to light skin tones and a lighter shade of foundation to darker skin tones.
Never apply too much blush or bronzer if you are going with dark eye makeup or a dramatic eye look. Apply skintone or peach tones on the cheeks with a natural lip to accentuate the eyes.
Lastly, if you are having problems with acne my favorite makeup right now is from Arbonne which has concealer, tinted moisturizer, and foundation all made with antioxidants and non comedogenic ingredients to even skin tone and give skin that natural glow. Sometimes the wrong makeup can be causing your skin problems! Thanks for reading!
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Some tips on corrective makeup that I like to use. Enjoy!

Make a wide jaw appear smaller: Apply dark foundation below cheekbones and along jawline then blend into neck.

Make a receded chin appear larger: Highlight chin by using lighter foundation then what is on the face and blend.

Make a wide nose appear skinnier: Apply foundation a shade lighter to center of the nose. Apply darker foundation on both sides of nose.

Alter close-set eyes to have them appear wider: Lightly apply darker shadow on outer edge of eyes and light on inside near the nose.

Apply lip color easier by using a sugar/olive oil mix to exfoliate lips first. To get a more plump look use a little cayenne pepper with a brush, wipe off with water, then apply color.

Conceal dark under eye circles: Apply concealer over dark area blending and smoothing into surrounding area. I like to do this after applying foundation setting with a powder at the end.

Create appearance of larger eyes: Extend eye shadow to inner side of eyelid toward nose. Use contour eyeshadow in the crease of the eyelid.

Create a more natural look by matching your eyeshadow to your eye color.

Create a more dramatic look by using a darker shade of foundation to light skin tones and a lighter shade of foundation to darker skin tones.

Never apply too much blush or bronzer if you are going with dark eye makeup or a dramatic eye look. Apply skintone or peach tones on the cheeks with a natural lip to accentuate the eyes.

Lastly, if you are having problems with acne my favorite makeup right now is from Arbonne which has concealer, tinted moisturizer, and foundation all made with antioxidants and non comedogenic ingredients to even skin tone and give skin that natural glow. Sometimes the wrong makeup can be causing your skin problems! Thanks for reading!

(pic: via.)

01/13/14 at 1:10pm
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    Good tips!
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