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   How to apply foundation ? The very first step is assessing your skin type,
   to determine which type of foundation would work best for you.
   If you want to remove under-eye circles: With your concealer brush, swipe the
   color-correcting concealer under your eye in a "V" shape from your outer to
   inner corner. Then, buff the concealer into your skin, until you get to the center
   of your lower lid, where you'll want to feather the concealer for a
   lighter application. If you have dry skin, choose a cream foundation,
   for all other skin types use liquid foundation. Moisturize your skin,
   then apply the appropriate foundation, using cosmetic sponge or your fingertips.

   Liquid foundation should be blended in a little at a time
   until the entire face is completed.

   Cream foundation should be applied to the face in long sweeping motions
   until a smooth flawless finish is created.

   Test foundation along your jawline, not inside of your wrist.More...

   Concealers are available in sticks, tubes, pots and creams.
   Concealers are used to cover blemishes, dark spots, freckles,
   veins and under eye circles.
   Your concealer should be one shade lighter than your foundation.
   Make sure you cover the inside of the nose bridge and the outer corner
   of your eye where you tend to get dark areas.

   Eyeliner: For wide set eyes, emphasize the inner corners of the eyes.
   For close set eyes, emphasize the outer corners,
   keeping the inner corners highlighted.
   For drooping eyes, turn the outer end of the liner in an upward direction.

   Apply eyeliner as close as possible and even into the lashes to avoid
   the white line you sometimes get when liner and lashes don't connect.More...

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   Eyeshadows allow you to create the illusion of new shapes and sizes.
   When applying eyeshadow sweep the lightest shadeover the entire area from lash line
   to brow.This shade is your base color and it prevents creasing.

   After that, apply a medium shade on the lower lid and blend into your base shade.
   A third color can then be added. Use a deep, dark shade to create depth.
   Apply this shade along the lash line and at the outer corner of the eye, emphasizing
   the crease of the eye and brow bone. Blend well.
   This is your accent shade and when used can create a more defined eye.

   For mature skin use iridescent shades sparingly.

   If you have puffy eyelids do not use iridescent or frosted shadows in light colors or white.
   Use softer, matte colors.More...


   Mascara is a great eye opener that emphasizes the lashes.
   For well defined, thicker looking lashes, wiggle the mascara wand back and forth
   at the base to deposit color before rolling the brush through your lashes.

   When applying mascara to lower lashes, hold the wand vertically and be careful
   as to avoid smudging the under area.More...


   Eyebrows serve as a natural frame for your eyes.
   To measure your brows, hold a pencil vertically along
   the outer corner of your nose to the inner brow.
   If your brow line overlaps onto the bridge, remove the excess hair.
   If the brow falls short, pencil it in.
   To find where your brow should taperor end, hold the pencil
   from the outer corner of the nose across the corner of the eye to the outer brow.

   Always use a brow color that is as natural as possible. To fill in, comb first, then use feather-like strokes
   with your pencil. To create a more natural look, comb again after applying the pencil.

   If your brows are low or close to the eyes, bleaching them can "open up" the face. More...


   Blush: For easy application, sweep blush downward from the ear to mid-cheek,
   beginning in line with the top of the ear and ending at the end of the apple of your cheek.
   Choose colors that are close to your skin tone and remember: less is best. More...


Lipstick: The secret of creating the picture-perfect lips lies in the choice of colors and correct application. You should start by lining with a neutral colored pencil following your natural lip line. Using a lip brush fill in with lip color of your choice. Use lip brush to blend the two so that there are no harsh edges.

If you are over 40, you should avoid wearing matte lipsticks.
You will look best with a little shine on your lips. More...

      Lip gloss: Apply lip gloss over lipstick or alone. It should emphasize and make your lips appear to be fuller.
     Women with extra full lips should use lip gloss very sparingly. Homemade lip gloss and lip balm recipies...


Clean your brushes as often as possible. Spray alcohol on a sheet of paper towel and sweep your brushes lightly over it. For brushes made with natural hair it is recommended that you shampoo and condition them once a week.

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