Steps of Applying Makeup - In order to put on your makeup in a way that best suits your face, the most important is you need to know not only what makeup but also how to apply it
Because of the difficulties in finding the right foundation color, some makeup experts believe that Brown women should use more than one foundation shade by blending two shades together or by applying different shades to different areas of the face (one shade on the T-zone area and another on forehead, cheeks, and jaw, for example).
The process of putting on makeup must always start with clean skin. There is no point in putting makeup on skin that already has yester day's makeup on it-first because you will only clog up your pores and hurt your skin, and second because the makeup will cake and blotch and may look strange and unflattering on last night's leftovers. So, please, don't carry your face over from day to day.
It is morning. You are awake; you have done your stretch exercises, taken a shower and started your circulation going (thus you have some color in your face). You have gone through your cleansing routine, ending up with your astringent, and have patted your moisturizer gently into your skin. (Remember, that means moisturizing eye cream under and around the eyes, and your facial moisturizer on your face.)
The 5 Minute Face Makeup - Whenever you are short of time, concentrate on the skin, eyes and mouth. Find a concealer that suits your skin tone the best inorder to disguise shadows or redness and go on to blend well, using your finger tips. Apply some pressed powder. Use a neutral lipstick and apply on the cheeks, rubbing well to give a natural look. Lastly, apply a coat of mascara and lipstick to highlight your lips.