general everyday makeup tips for you
Wear age-appropriate makeup and know that sometimes, less is more.
Don't overdo it. During the day wear soft colors. You can add darker colors to enhance
the look for evening.
For guys, use blotting paper to absorb facial oil and prevent unwanted shine.
For women, before you powder, use blotting paper to soak up oil before applying
powder, to prevent caking. Here's a secret: If you don't have blotting paper, toilet
seat covers work, too!
To wash makeup brushes, use a facial cleanser or shampoo. Make sure to dry them
flat to keep the water from settling where the bristles are glued.
Blend, blend and blend again! You shouldn't be able to see where one color stops
and another starts. Use your brushes to blend colors together so it's a subtle progression.
Branch out and try colors you normally wouldn't. It's easy to get caught up in the
same old routine; different colors can create a whole new look.
For stubborn pimples, use concealer over foundation and dab it on and blend the
edges, keeping it concentrated where you want coverage. Set it with powder to keep
Try new products and practice using them. The more familiar you become with your
face and products, the better the results and you'll learn what works for you.