I also apply a small concealer on my covers to act as a primer for when using eyeshadow. Apply your primer to your cap (optional: you can also apply under the bottom tabs). If you decide not to use a primer, you can apply a base and a concealer to your eye area. You permanent eyebrow tattoo can also apply it under your tab for this look. However, if you don’t have a primer, you can apply some foundation and correctors to your eye area and then place them with a translucent powder. However, you can mark your eyebrow back by applying a lighter eye color.
Set with a powder to create a perfect base to mix the eyeshadow. This step is optionally dependent on the fullness of your eyebrows, but is generally recommended for people with thin or thin eyebrows. Select an eyebrow, powder or ointment color that is close to the natural color of your hair. Start sketching the edges of your eyebrows with small sharp movements to mimic the hair and then fill the center with the same small strokes. Go in the same direction of your hair growth and configure it with a transparent or dyed eyebrow gel so that they stay all day. When applying the eyeshadow, first sprinkle the color of your caps, then continue with a fold color and place a small protruder along your eyebrow leg.
Mix the primer on your skin with your fingertips or a basic brush. Primers generally have a silicone finish and you need a little. The market also has a range of tinted prints that have a two-in-one task to soften your skin and correct the color tone if necessary. You must use a pencil that closely matches the color of your natural eyebrows. Make short strokes so you can easily make small hair to fill the eyebrow openings like a professional.
The main eyeshadow color should never reach its eyebrow and should not extend further from the cap than the end of its eyebrow (unless you look very dramatic). Liquid, creamy and powder base form a more uniform complexion and work to create a uniform base for your other makeup. Use a base brush or wet beauty sponge to apply the foundation to your face and mix your neck and earlobes if necessary. Keep in mind that your base should be the same color as your natural skin tone, not much darker or lighter.
To make a pure or less pigmented eyeshadow appear more vivid on your eyelid, first mix a white eyelid pencil over your entire eyelid. The opaque cover of the white lining will intensify and explode every eye color. Establishing a base is also one of the important steps to learn how to apply makeup like a professional. Many women generally skip this step and may look dissatisfied. For normal skin, all you have to do is knock a little powder on your T-zone to determine the base.
Use a fluffy brush to apply the blush to the apples on your cheeks and don’t forget to smile while you do! This will help you give a good location and add a touch of color to your cheeks. Hiding stains, dark circles or other imperfections is key to a perfect makeup look. You need to find a concealer that matches your skin color for best results. For the eyes below and for the T-line, it is better to use a shade or two lighter than your original skin color.
Foundation is equal to your skin color and gives you a nice shine. Make sure you take the right amount of base to cover your face. Place small amounts all over your face: your cheeks, forehead, chin and the bridge of your nose. For light cover, use your fingertips to mix the base to the edges of your face. For heavier coverage, use a wet beauty sponge or polishing brush to mix the foundation on your skin.