Saturday 30 June 2012


Before You Begin the makeup

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    Determine what type of skin you have: oily, combination, perfectly moisturized, dry, etc. Many cosmetic counters have someone there that can do a preliminary analysis of your skin and recommend some products. If you are on a budget, see what the professional at the cosmetic counter recommends, then go to your local drug store and find a similar product for way less money!

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Apply Face Makeup

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    Start with a freshly-washed face, (and hands, too). Get a facial, or do one yourself. You want your face to be a clear and smooth canvas for you, the "artist," to do your art. Use a good deep-cleansing mask. Do not exfoliate if you have oily or sensitive skin. It will spread bacteria around your face from the already existing blemishes. Use antibacterial soap if you have acne. Also be sure that you replace the towel you use to dry your face every week. Lastly, apply toner by taking a cotton pad that has been dampened in warm water and sweep it over your face. Toner will restore the pH level of your skin and pick up any remaining dirt. Make sure you look pretty

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    Massage a light moisturizer into your face no matter what skin type you have.Always avoiding the eye area! You could also apply your moisturizer with your foundation brush or sponge if you have one. This will help oily skin dry, and dry skin become smoother. Wait a few minutes for it to soak into your skin.

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    Apply a foundation primer before you apply any foundation or tinted moisturizer. The foundation primer will smooth out the skin surface, make applying foundation easier, and make your makeup last longer.

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    Apply a sheer foundation that matches your skin tone. Tip: If a liquid foundation has SPF in it, it's NOT good for taking flash photography. Use the ones without SPF instead if you don't want to look too flashed out on your face.

    • To find the right one, go to the makeup counter at a local department store and have the artist there help you.

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    Wear illuminator to make your skin appear youthful and dewy compared with dull, matte makeup. Skin illuminate-ers come in powder, cream, mousse, etc. L'Oréal, Revlon, Neutrogena, and other brands make them - it's like make up with tiny particles that reflect light.

    • Use a makeup sponge or wedge, starting around the hairline and working your way down. (Use the wedge for this routine because you can be more precise about where the make up goes.) If you want a proper look that looks as if it has been done by a professional makeup artist, try using a foundation brush.
    • Remember to apply the makeup all the way down to your throat area and keep blending so you can't see where the make up ends. Nothing is worse than looking like you have a mask on your face!
    • Around the eye area, do very light strokes inward, toward the inner corner of your eye. Don't apply it to your upper eyelid! All of the professional makeup artists say not to apply foundation to this area. This is why you need a foundation that matches your skin. If you want foundation to darken your skin then try putting it above your eyes, and see what you like. Be gentle with this part, because the skin is very delicate and sensitive here.
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    Apply concealer to any red or discolored spots. In the corners of your eyes, where it's red, around the nostrils, and under the eyes (to make you look more awake) are good places for this. Do this after applying foundation, so you don't use too much. First apply the concealer, then pat very lightly with your finger to blend. Only apply concealer to the area that you want to conceal. Afterward, use the wedge to blend the concealer in with the foundation. Stand back away from your mirror to see if you have effectively concealed the areas. Try to stand about the distance away from the mirror that you stand away from people when you talk to them. Another way to conceal blemishes is to pat green concealer on the blemishes and red spots, then put foundation over top (the green reduces redness).

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    Apply a loose powder all over the face using a powder brush. Pat it into the powder; then, with a paper towel, tap the brush so the excess falls off the brush. Lightly brush across the whole face. Use a powder puff (small) to apply powder on the upper lid. Apply a bronzer to your forehead, cheeks, and chin, to give a sun-kissed look,if wanted.

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    Highlight your brow bone, cheek bones, and cupid's bow by applying a light powder just below the brow, and to the highest part of your cheek.

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    Apply a small amount of blush to the apples of your cheeksSmile so you can see the apple of your cheek. Start the application at the apple and drag the blush outward toward your temple, following your cheek bone. Blend the color down a bit below your cheekbone in towards your earlobe.

    • If you added too much color to the brush, use the clear side of your wedge to blend it in more until the color is faded out a bit. Your cheeks should have a hint of color. You don't want to look like a clown!
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    Contour your face, especially if you have "hidden" cheekbones. To do so you will need a brown tone of powder, don't make it ultra brown, but a milk-chocolatey kind of color. Apply a it on the brush and apply it under your cheek bones, starting from the temple and going down until underneath the apple of your cheek. Don't make it too obvious as it's meant to look like a shadow. Then, on top of your cheek bones take a white or really light skin tone powder and apply it, right between your eye and your cheek bone, again until the temple, and voila! You have cheek bones!

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    Take a fluffy powder brush and blend everything together, so that there are no visible lines or excess powders.

Apply Eye Makeup

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    Line your eyes. Line it with a brown or soft black liner. For a more appealing look, apply liner with very light strokes to the upper lid, stroking toward the outer corner of the eye. To blend, use an angle brush. For a more natural look, dip the angle brush in some of your darker eyeshadow. Use a very light amount, or use the applicator tip. For the bottom lid, use a very light amount on the outer corner.

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    Put on the eyeshadow. Most eye colors come with two or three colors on the palette. The lighter color is for the lid. The darker color is for the crease on the lid, just below the eye bone. Apply the lighter tone first to the lid, spreading upwards to near the crease. For this, use the applicator that came inside the package. For the darker color, using your eyeshadow brush, dip into eye color and tap the brush to lose the excess. Apply inside the crease of the eye. You can find the crease by looking straight ahead. Your eye makes its own crease. Blend the color toward the outer corner of your eye. Sometimes you can blend it around to the bottom lid, but very lightly. The lightest color is for under the brow bone. Use the applicator to apply right on the brow bone just under the brow line. Make sure to use the larger eyeshadow brush to blend all the colors.

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    Use eyebrow pencil color that is very close to your natural eyebrow color. Here you just want to fill in missing areas. (It might behoove you to visit a makeup person that can arch your eyebrows correctly. If you've never done it yourself, have someone do it for you.) Your eyebrow should look very natural. If you do apply eyebrow pencil to any part of your eyebrow, use the angled brush to blend it into your brow with very light strokes.

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    Use a lash curler before applying any mascara. There are several mascaras to choose from depending on the look you want. If you have short lashes, use a mascara that will add length... if you have thin lashes, use a volumizing mascara. Never pump your mascara brush in and out of the mascara. This causes air pockets. Dip the brush in the mascara once and lightly wipe off the excess onto a paper towel. Looking downward, apply to the top lash with upward strokes. Start with the inner part and work your way outward. Do both eyes with two coats, then let dry. After a few seconds, do the bottom lids. It's better to apply to the very outer part of the lash on the bottom lid. This will open your eye more. An inexpensive way to curl your eye lashes is to take the brush from an older mascara, and use it , after you've washed MOST of the mascara off.

Apply Lipstick

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    Apply lip balm, primer, or sealer. This will help make all lip products applied last longer and much more vibrant.

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    Line your lips with a liner that matches your lip color. Make sure your lip liner pencil is sharpened, but not too sharp. Line around the natural line of your lips. Trying to create a fuller lip by dragging the lip pencil outside your lip line is for professionals. Usually it makes you look like you're just plain bad at applying makeup! After applying your lip pencil to your lip line, rub your lips together so the lip pencil color spreads inside your lips.

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    Apply lipstick or lip gloss with a brush. It will spread it evenly. It's a good idea to brush your lip brush in your lipstick, then some of your lip gloss for a nice light shine. Blot your freshly painted lips lightly with a tissue. This will make it last longer.

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    Use a pressed powder to lightly powder the rest of your face, and the area under your eyes. Use very light pressure. Keep your pressed powder in your purse for touch ups.


  • Don't copy some other person's makeup, switch it up! Be yourself! Do what you want!
  • Know your style and work it! Show off your inner beauty with your eye makeup!
  • Don't apply harsh colors to cheeks especially if you have larger pores, this will help with the invisibility of your pores. If you don't have visible pores still use this tip because it will look fake and you will get the stripe that is mentioned a few tips down.
  • Focus on one part, or two at most, of your face. Don't use a bold hue of lipstick with stand-out eyeliner and a bright shade of blush. Instead, zero in on the eyes and lips, or blush/skin. Keep it simple; don't over-do your makeup applications.
  • Quality is always better than quantity. If you have $50 for your entire face, don't get 10 cheap things, get 4 good-quality things ($25 foundation, $10 mascara, $10 for blush, and then a $5 lip-gloss).
  • When you apply eyeshadow, it's common for specks of color to fall onto your face. This is a pain to get rid of after you've already perfected your foundation. If this happens frequently, apply your eyeshadow first, clean up the mess and then apply foundation. Alternatively, if there are only a few specks, you can just very carefully pick them up off your skin with tweezers.
  • Eyeshadow sometimes falls onto your eyelashes and on oily skin, and it can smudge underneath your eye. To avoid this, use a make-up wipe or a cotton bud with a little make-up remover on it, and gently sweep it over your eyelashes from root to tip to pick up any leftover eyeshadow.
    • To prolong your eyeshadow staying power use an eyeshadow base. Or you can use a good vitamin E cream (this also moisturizes your skin).
  • Try to buy non-comedogenic makeup (it won't clog your pores). Read the packaging for more information.
  • Make sure all of these colors go with your skin, eyes, and hair colors.
  • For the best results, apply your makeup with good, natural lighting.
  • Make sure that your lips do not look chapped or cracked before you put on lipstick. If your lips are chapped, lightly brush off the dead skin cells with a toothbrush or towel. Next, apply chapstick with an SPF of 15 so your lips will look great all day. This way you have a nice, smooth, clean canvas to work with.
  • Keep in mind the difference between day makeup, night makeup, and special occasions. Day makeup is light and tinted with neutral colors. Night makeup is more strongly tinted but never very heavy or caked on - use stronger colors. Special occasions take special items like false eyelashesliquid liners, and highlighting under the eyes - look at the magazines around awards season.
  • When choosing eye makeup, take the occasion into consideration. For everyday makeup, just use a pencil. Black or dark brown will do. Liquid eyeliners are best for special occasions. Your eyeliner should be more natural looking for day makeup, and can be a bit heavier for evening looks. If you want a more dramatic look, dot the eyeliner under the lash line, then use the angle brush to blend. Your mascara will bring the eyes out more.
  • Always apply a foundation that contains at least an SPF of 15. If your foundation does not contain sunscreen, apply a separate sunscreen before starting your makeup routine. Wearing sunscreen will keep your skin looking healthy and decrease the likelihood of wrinkles. Look for something that is oil-free to reduce the chance of getting acne. It will also smell less strong. Your make-up might also turn a different (darker) color that will not blend with your skin tone as well.
  • Take as much time as you need. It allows you to figure out what looks best on your face. If you try to rush, you might do some damage to your skin by dragging.
  • If your skin doesn't look smooth, put foundation on before the other makeup, making it look smooth.
  • If you are an active person who needs to wear makeup to the gym, make it waterproof.
  • Have waterproof makeup remover available, and make it part of your daily routine to clean any and all make up before going to bed.
  • Sometimes they have free makeovers scheduled at the mall on a walk-in basis. It's fun, and you learn a lot about your skin without spending a ton of money.
  • The amount and type of makeup that you wear is completely up to you. You know your face better than anyone - take the time to experiment. Makeup is, quite literally, the art of painting faces. Experimenting allows you to find what works best for you.
  • Try using tinted moisturizer instead of foundation. It looks more natural and it's much easier to match to your skin tone.
  • If your lashes don't stay curled well, or you need to keep them curled for a long period of time, try blow drying your eyelash curler before using it. Just make sure it isn't too hot. It's like a hot roller for your eyelashes and keeps them curled even when you have a lot of heavy mascara on.
  • It's best to start light and add more as you need it.
  • Wearing lighter colors makes it easier to avoid over-application.
  • Younger people should go for a sheer coverage unless you have serious blemishes that need coverage.
  • If you don't have eye makeup remover, you can use baby shampoo, that way if it gets in your eyes it won't sting.
  • Petroleum jelly takes off eye makeup really well. Put it over the eyeshadow and over any eye makeup, and get a towel to wipe it off.
  • Make sure you use makeup and mascara remover before going to sleep. You can use cotton balls, or makeup remover pads. You can usually find makeup remover at your local grocery store and drug store. Taking off your makeup before going to sleep is very important, it's bad for your skin if you don't remove it before going to sleep. Make sure you wash your face after too, it gets off the rest of the foundation and powder. Baby wipes work well, too. Another way is to apply olive oil (or any other kind of oil) to your entire face, rubbing it to make sure that all the makeup is covered. Then, wipe it off and rinse. It will take the makeup off and help your skin too.
  • If applying both lip color and eye makeup, emphasize one, or the other, never both.
  • All makeup is different so make sure you get the closest color to your natural skin tone.If you want your makeup to stand out wear really colorful eye shadow in combination with red lipstick. If you want to cover up pimples, only go with liquid spot remover then put brown blush over it. This makes it look more natural.
  • Lipstick and lip gloss are very different - keep this in mind when you apply them. Lipstick adds color to your lips while lip gloss just makes your lips shiny and sometimes sparkly.

Friday 29 June 2012


GET SOFT SMOOTH SKIN IN HOME,Skin is the mirror of inner beauty. Every one either male or female wants glowing skin with an attractive look, but if the skin gets dry, itchy and rough it is very irritable not only for looking but disturb us mentally due to its painful effects. Usually skin gets dry in winter climate due to harsh wind, low moisturizing effects. Some times it get dry due to our working or living climate is crucial such as desert place or near furnace air. sometimes it get dry due to some hormonal unbalancing or by the use of medicines.
In all these cases it creates problem and we mostly find the solutions to moisturize it after every few hours. But its not the real solution How much  moisturizer we can apply on it  to keep it soft and smooth .
In order to make the skin like baby we can take following cautions before treating it in home:
1. First thing which is most essential is to keep your body hydrated, for this drink plenty of water in form of milk, juices, tea..
2. Apply the moisturizer when it is damp, not to rub it vigorously while applying something.
3. Exfoliate it properly so that dry cells of skin are removed as they build..
4. Use proper face wash  which will not  unbalance the PH of skin .,because mostly the improper use of soap cause dry rough skin..
5. Excessive use of such food stuffs which cause  decrease in lipid layer of skin  also create this problem if this  is the case    then use  fruits and juices  ,water more then normal.
1. Apply half tbs of vitmin E oil. in 2-3 drops of  lime juice in half tbs of glycerin.
2. Make a mixture of warm olive oil half  tbs ,2- drops of  glycerine ,half tbs of lime juice.
3. Simple milk before boiling give good results when applied on damp skin 2-3 times.
4. In milk cream add few drops of lime juice ,apply after every face wash.
5. Mixture of rose water, glycerine and lemon juice in equal quantities  when applied before going to bed   and leave it  till morning shows miraculous results.
6. Make a paste of papaya, banana, avocado in equal quantities and apply for fifteen minutes and wash it..
7. Egg yolk with milk powder and honey paste when applied for 10-15 minutes make the skin soft.
8. Cucumber mask also shows good results.
9. Almond mask made by crunching and adding in it lime juice gives soft smooth skin
10. Apply yogurt  before face wash  for 5 min  and then   use  mild soap  to remove it  and to avoid dryness skin..
11. Make up should be removed soon because it make the skin dry and lifeless.

Thursday 28 June 2012