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Technical natural makeup

The most popular of all makeup looks is undoubtedly the natural style. It is the most versatile (fits almost all outfits) and the most flattering for most faces. It is also very easy to perform and does not require much knowledge of makeup. It is ideal for a beginner to someone who does not like makeup, and desires to enhance its features even for a wedding or for work.

Natural makeup is to highlight the advantages of face while not having the air too much makeup. We will therefore say that is beautiful and that is not made up, which is desired by many.

As always, we must first start with the foundation. As it is a NATURAL makeup, use a foundation with light to medium coverage that leaves a satin finish or bright (like a second skin).

You can apply a powder to set, but there will sparingly. If you too powder, complexion may look chalky and will result in aging squarely accentuating wrinkles and even creating wrinkles that do not exist!

One trick to avoid excessive dust or put too much foundation: do step makeup foundation before a large bright window. There is nothing better than daylight or sunlight makeup!

Your shopping list

A-eyeshadow ivory / beige. Choose the matt or satin , or too white or too yellow.

A-taupe eyeshadow or brown, matt or satin mild to medium.

A pencil-eye taupe or brown. I prefer the creamier textures that blend easily and glide easily on the skin. This will save you having to press too hard.

A mascara-definition (which separates the lashes well for a more natural look) brown or black

-A blush (and brush) neutral color, not too dark or too pink.

-A lipstick semi-translucent cream finish in shades of beige or light pink lip gloss transparent, beige or pink.

A-eyeshadow applicator brush with natural bristles and flexible enough medium size and a sponge applicator.


Step 1)

Technical natural makeup

Start by applying blush. A natural blush should make you look good looks (like after a day outdoors) without too forthcoming. So do yourself a favor and Or your best smile! Your mirror will love you even more. This is the best way to apply a blush. Lightly dip your brush into the powder and shake before starting the application to avoid marks. Make circular motions on the most prominent part of your cheekbones and continue up towards the temples.

Step 2)

Technical natural makeup

For the eyes, we begin by applying the blush ivory on the lid (from lash to brow) with sponge applicator to create a powder base that will facilitate the next step.

Step 3)

Technical natural makeup

Using the brush, apply blush taupe in the hollow under the eyebrow from the outer corner of the eye to downtown. You can take a large brush and flexible enough to place it in the palm while keeping your eyes open and do a back and forth in an arc. The cast will be all alone.

Step 4)

Technical natural makeup

Then draw the outline of your eyes with pencil. Important note, if you have very large eyes or round eyes, do not make a line below the eye. It will feel like fish eyes. Otherwise, the bottom line is ideal for larger look. The line should be gentle and stop fading vis-à-vis the iris.

Start with the outer corner of the eye and make small features (such as drawing numbers) directing you to the center of the eye and pressing less hard. Important, do not stretch your eyes with your fingers. This is a common mistake to avoid. If you do, your line may be uneven and not flatter the shape of your eyes.

You can then blur the line To make it melt using a sponge applicator, an eyeliner brush or with your finger.

Step 5)

Technical natural makeup

Overlap two coats of mascara definition. You can curl your lashes before. The curved eyelashes can further enlarge the eyes. Start with the root and make movements in Z-shaped back. Better penetrate the brush between the lashes for greater gainer. I suggest to dry slightly between the two layers (a few seconds). The effect will be more conspicuous.

Step 6)

Technical natural makeup

Lipstick or gloss can be applied with a brush for more precision and a good opacity. You can use a pencil outline. It must be the same color as your lips or a semitone above their natural color.


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