A Simple Makeup Tutorial

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There are many ways to apply eyeshadow, mascara, and setting spray. The basic principles of applying these products are simple, but they can help you achieve the airbrushed finish you want. The key is to start with a clean canvas. Keeping these tips in mind, you can create a stunning face that will turn heads.

Eyeshadow

If you are a beginner makeup artist and you are not sure about the eye shadow application, you should follow a simple makeup tutorial that will teach you the steps needed for the perfect eye look. It is important to start with a primer before applying eye shadow. You should also have three to four shades to choose from, plus a highlighter to accentuate your eyes. Then, start by applying a warm brown eye shadow to the outer edge of your eye, blending it upwards beyond the crease. After you’ve applied the eye shadow, you can add a light matte color to the crease and brow, and then remove it with a dry towel. This will soften the shape of your eye.

Using eyeshadow is easy if you know how to use a brush, know your eye color, and choose complementary shades. You can also experiment with bold colors. First, dip your eyeshadow brush into the lightest shade. Then, tap it gently to remove any excess product. Next, apply the lighter shade across your eyelid, starting at the lash line and extending just above the crease.

Mascara

One of the best ways to create an eye makeup look is to use mascara. It can be used to add volume and intensity to the eyes, or it can be used to create a curling effect. Before applying mascara, you should use an eyelash curler, which helps lift the lashes and helps the mascara adhere better. Eyelash curlers like the Eyeko Magic Express Curler have a rounded upper pad that helps you get close to the lash line without pinching.

To apply mascara, you should start at the base of your eyelashes and wiggle upward to coat the entire lash. Ensure that you coat each lash, and move slowly to avoid clumping. Repeat the application process until you get the desired thickness. Do not let the product dry between coats as it can weaken your lashes.

To create a natural look, apply two coats of mascara. If you want to create a dramatic look, apply three to four coats of mascara. Applying more than two coats will cause your lashes to clump and fall out.

Setting spray

Setting spray is a must-have beauty product that locks in your makeup. It can be used in matte or glossy forms and keeps your makeup in place. To use a setting spray, shake the bottle well and hold it about six to eight inches away from your face. Use one spritz per area of your face.

Setting spray makes your foundation and eye shadow stay in place longer. It helps your concealer blend in easier. The spray is best used after you’ve finished your makeup. If you use it before you put on concealer, it will make it difficult to blend. It should be used only after you’ve finished applying your foundation and eye shadow.

When using setting spray, you should carefully read the product’s ingredients. Some products contain harsh chemicals and can be harmful to your skin. Look for a setting spray that doesn’t contain alcohol. Setting sprays with alcohol can irritate sensitive skin. Look for one with a label that says “suitable for sensitive skin.”

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