Natural makeup look

 

Hi everyone;

The Natural look is probably one of the hardest to achieve, as it needs a light, skilful touch and careful choice of colour. Natural means enhancing your natural look with as little makeup as possible. Use little to no foundation, especially in summer when your  skin has more colour. Warm, earthy , neutral tones work best ; anything from pale vanilla and almond to mid tones like taupe and terracotta to deeper shades like coffee and brown. Colour choice is personal, although redheads look great in brick – browns and brunettes look stunning in mocha! 

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Moisturize and apply a convincing shade of liquid foundation if necessary. conceal problem areas, making sure you blend carefully. Set concealer and foundation with loose powder. Dust the apples of your cheeks with a soft shade of blusher to create a healthy glow.

Use a shadow brush to apply the lightest shade of eye shadow all over the lid, from the lash line to the eyebrow. Then brush a medium shade of shadow across the entire lid, from the lashes to just above the crease line, and blend. Apply the darkest shade along the lash line as close to the lashes as possible, placing added emphasis on the outer corners. 

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Line eyes inside the inner rim and around the outer with a soft, brown kajal eye pencil. Apply one or two coats of mascara. Brush eyebrows into shape and define if necessary with eye shadow.  

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Define lips with a neutral shade of lip liner pencil and fill with lipstick’ If you wish, slick with gloss, but remember that leaving it off will make your lipstick last longer. 

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  • Careful blending is essential. The aim is to give the complexion a healthy glow by using foundation and blusher that subtly enhance your natural skin tone rather than disguise it.

 

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Thanks for reading

Anita xx

 

 

 

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