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✨30 Makeup Tips You've Never Heard Before✨ #tipit
Apply blush to the cheeks before foundation for a glow that looks like it's coming from beneath the skin.
Apply two shades of blush for the perfect flush of youth. Pink or red should be placed on the apple of the cheek. Peach or coral should be applied to the highest point of the cheekbone. Finish by applying a matte bronzed where sun hits the face.
Layer a gel formula under a powder or bronzed to make it stay put.
Fake blood is the ideal blush shade.
Cherry Jell-O makes the perfect bright blush shade. Mix a dash of powder into your favorite moisturizer or balm for a healthy glow
Mixing foundation with moisturizer is an easy way to lighten your coverage options if you have a fuller coverage foundation.
To make foundation thicker, mix in a touch of loose powder. Do not add too much as it will result in a cakey effect.
Starbucks napkins work just as well as blotting papers.
Adding a light dusting to your crease and around your temples pulls the look together.
For a luminous effect, add a golden or pearly white eyeshadow to your foundation.
Complexion products should match the inside of your arm, not the back of your hand.
Use the handle of a brush to life the eyelid at the base of the lashes to roll your lashes up and back. This allows for a clean and precise application of mascara.
To reduce puffiness, pop eye lotion in the icebox and apply to lids before eyemakeup.
To extend the life of your mascara, add a few drops of saline solution to the tube and swirl the brush around.
Apply mascara before liner for the perfect cat eye flicker.
Apply luminizer to the inner corner and swoop with fan brush for a younger, brighter look.
To find the perfect lip shade for your completion, apply one lip color that has the same undertone as your complexion. Apply a red with the opposite tone just to the center for a full lip.
Use foundation, primer, or color corrector all over the lips to neutralize the lip tone and make the lip color pop.
Test lipstick on the inside of your fingertip, rather than I the back of your hand. The pad of your finger closely resembles your own lip color. Whichever looks best there will generally look good on your lips.
Use a flesh toned eyeliner to outline the lips along the Cupid's bow.