Better late then never. I kinda loathe this phrase, but it applies to me and my relationship with makeup. I never cared enough to experiment with makeup in my teens and here I am now in my early 20's experimenting! Hopefully I can bypass the awkward makeup phrase with these few tips from makeup artist Joey Maalouf that he shared with The Zoe Report.
These are the tools:
Tip 1: Use A Sponge For Even Application
Dot cheeks, forehead, nose and chin with liquid foundation or tinted moisturizer and blend with a sponge to ensure an even application. Never pour foundation directly onto the sponge.
Tip 2: Powder All But Your Cheeks
Apply powder on your forehead, chin, under eyes and around the nose. Avoid cheeks – you want to keep a bit of dewiness on skin for a healthy glow.Tip 3: Add A Highlight To Eyes
For a gorgeous luminosity, apply a silvery eye shadow on the inside corners of the eyes on top and bottom.
Tip 3: Add A Highlight To Eyes
Set the look by blending color with a flat eye shadow brush.
c/o The Zoe Report