You put on some make up in an adequately lit room and think that you have put it just right without overdoing or under doing anything. But when you move out of the confines of your room, into the brightly or dimly lit ambience, you might have people staring at you with a queer expression on their faces. Wonder why?
It is your make up and your flawed perception that you have done it all right. Apparently, you haven’t.
People who don makeup and its various elements on their faces and the people who like doing it should always keep certain things in mind to avoid making make-up a mess. Here is what all the people who are learning how to put makeup via a makeup courses or people who love doing it for themselves should have in their must-know list.
You think that the stuff is translucent and won’t expose your face to the heaps of it that you slop on your face. However, excess of powder settles on your face, in between the wrinkles and cuts and lends a very ghostly, cakey look to your otherwise radiant face. You wouldn’t want to get out with that clown like look on your face now, would you?
Always choose a light powder, and use it only when necessary. If you have an oily face, powder should probably be the last thing in your makeup kit.
Putting on too much blush
Diploma in health experts narrate that excessively or poorly applied blush can mar your face’s radiance totally. I have seen many people thrusting oodles of blush on their skin without paying even a scant regard to their skin tone. Imagine dark red tone plastered all over on face of dusky complexion. Sounds like a disaster, right?
There are a slew of some more ‘not-to-do’ things that will avoid making your entire makeup a disaster. Keep checking out the page for some more of these tips. Meanwhile, keep ‘making’ yourself up, through makeup of course!