Why struggle with your eyeliner or contour when there are so many easy hacks to make the process 100 times easier and faster. We are going to help you with your biggest makeup concerns in order to make your life easier!
ALWAYS USE A PRIMER
Primer can be used to enhance your makeup routine, including your eyes, face, and lips. It helps smooth out pores, create a base for long-lasting makeup, manage oily skin, or prevent excessive shine.
Lip scrubs are essential in order to get smooth lips and a perfect lipstick finish (We’re in love with the BonBon Beauty Sugar Bite Lip Scrub💖) —the exfoliation will help buff away any dry skin sitting on top of your lips, leaving your lips softer.
A girl is always late because of her eyeliner, I mean isn’t it the hardest thing? We feel you.
For a perfect wing, use the scotch tape method. Just stick a scotch tape in an angular fashion on the sides of your eyes and let the ends guide you to achieve that perfect winged eyeliner every time.
Or you can extend a line beyond your lower lash line to create the bottom of your cat eye first. Then, decide on the thickness you want for your wing, and trace the top line from the end of your flick to your upper lash line.
Our favorite step in the process of applying eyeshadow: picking the colors! If you’re heading for a night out, a smokey eye with blacks, browns, and blues might be what you’re looking for. Or maybe you prefer a natural eye with a lot of earthy nude colors like beiges, pinks, and browns.
To know how to apply eyeshadow correctly is to know the 3 main parts of the eye where you’ll be applying eyeshadow: the lid, the crease, and the brow bone. Use a lighter shade below your brow and in the inner corners.
Just a few swipes of blush can make your complexion look healthier, more youthful and natural. A clever way of reversing the order of applying the product to get smashing results. All you have to do is apply the blush first and then apply the foundation over it. The end result looks like you are glowing naturally from within
In addition, you can use your lipstick as a cream blush. Swipe some color onto the back of your hand first, then use your index finger to apply to the apples of your cheeks.