These are the real promoters and shakers in the makeup kit-they make all the difference between "luminous" and "non-luminous".
Blush, bronzer and highlighter are must-haves in the makeup kit.But what is the best way to use them in daily beauty?
If you use blush correctly, you can wake up your entire face.
How to apply blush:
In order to produce a healthy glow, first use a large blush brush to sweep the bronzing powder across your cheeks, and then apply the blush to the apples of your cheeks.
The trick is to smile to make your target cheek area more visible-then use a large powder brush to apply the blush to the center of the most part of the cheek.Blend into a circle to make the apple color on your cheeks more intense.
After applying light pink, pink can make fair skin beautiful and natural. Corals look very beautiful on all skin tones, especially on warm, medium skin tones-suitable for orange corals rather than pink corals.
Colors that are too light or soft will make dark skin look gray. You want tones with bold, true pigments, such as a truly vibrant orange or fuchsia.
Everyone hopes to have this brilliance on holidays, but forging it with too much bronzer may have the exact opposite effect-too much brilliance can actually give the skin a dull appearance.
Sweep the bronzer powder across your temples, below the hairline and jawline, toward the toward bone, to fuse everything together.Leave the nose and eyes alone, because the bronzer will cause too much darkness there-
If your skin tone is medium to medium, please choose brownish-yellow. If your skin is darker, please stick to a highlighter.
Highlighters are the ultimate makeup trade breaker, but they need to be applied correctly.
How to apply highlighter:
Use the highlighter super sparsely and apply it only to the "eye-catching" areas of the face-the middle of the forehead, the sides of the nose, the top of the cheeks, and the lips and chin.Don't apply it all on the face-it is too metallic
Golden champagne looks good on normal and medium skin; if the skin is darker, please choose pearlescent, bronze.
Now, congratulations, you're a pro with your blush brush!