Written by: Daily Makeover Beauty Board
Concealer should never be used as a base on eyelids as it tends to make your eyeshadow crease.
Using your fingers to apply foundation will leave a light coverage while foundation brushes yield to more coverage.
3. Face powder
Apply powder on your T-zone first to eliminate shine and dust lightly on other regions.
When using bronzer, always try to keep the shade uniform on your whole face, neck and chest.
Apply blush starting from the apple of the cheek and working it back towards the ears and down to the jawline.
6. Brow pencil
Shade your brow with a brow pencil or powder. This will add definition to your brow shape and lift up your features.
7. Lipstick and lipliner
Do not apply a heavy shade of lip liner before applying lipstick. Choose the same color and shade for your lipstick and lipliner. Apply lip liner first to your whole lips making sure to apply the color to the inner corners of your mouth as well. Then add the lipstick.
For eyeshadow, start by applying a base of the lightest tone of your face. Apply this color all over your lid even up to your eyebrows. This base shadow should not be shimmery and can be used to blend in other colors that you intend to add to your eye makeup.
Do not overdo the eyeliner except if you are genuinely looking for a dramatic look.
10 . Mascara
Start by working for the root of the lashes and perform zigzag motions to get the best effect.