Dear ladies many times we have wrote that the beauty care is not only what you do for enhancing your beauty routine but it is also the way you do and the way you are making your daily beauty routine. Probably you are making at least 2 of the mistakes below and you must see why you should avoid them. Some big mistakes really makes a disaster to your look and you definitely should stop making them. Watch below and see what are we talking about. Enjoy!
Not only will the colors be all muddled together, but a precise technique is rendered way more complicated — the bristles are already overloaded with pigment, blurring that perfect cut crease to oblivion.
If you want to fake a sun-kissed glow, use self-tanner on your face, not bronzer — your pale hairline and neck will be a dead giveaway. Lightly apply a subtly shimmery bronzer to the bridge of your nose, cheekbones, chin, and forehead to mimic a real tan. source
Your face and hand are often not the same color as they don’t receive the same amount of sun exposure. Try foundation on your jawline for a perfect match.
While it seems like it’d make sense to just apply concealer on top of your dark circles, applying it in an upside-down triangle shape below the eye creates an overall brightening effect that looks much more natural.
Even if you apply lipstick on top, your lip color will fade, leaving an unflattering ring around your mouth. Instead, forgo liner entirely or fill in the lines for a durable, last-all-day pout.
Unless you’re a very sweaty individual or a synchronized swimmer, you shouldn’t wear a waterproof formula regularly. It’s very drying on the lashes. And since these mascaras are hard to remove, you’ll probably rub your eyes a lot during the cleansing process and end up losing some lashes.
If you wonder why your at-home manicures never last more than a few days without a major chip, it’s for this reason. Base coat grips the lacquer, resulting in a more durable, glossy paint job.
it can make you look as if you’re wearing a mask. Instead, focus on trouble areas like the T-zone, around the nose, and under the eyes, leaving the rest of your skin fresh.
If you think you’re done hiding your blemishes or under-eye circles with just a dab of product, think again. Even with primer, concealer can shift and reveal your darkest (or reddest) skin secrets. Lock the look down with a light dusting of translucent powder.
This is a huge no-no. Not only will you ruin your previously perfect mascara application, but the curler can stick to your gunky lashes and yank them out.
Hopefully you’re not calling it a day after swirling two clown-like circles on your cheeks! Smile, then apply blush from the apples of the cheeks along your cheekbones to your temples, making sure the color is blended.
The chemicals in remover break down polish (which makes sense, as it’s made to do that), rendering the bottled shade unusable. Use a nail polish thinner instead.
It may seem like applying a lighter shade makes sense, but in reality, it’s just drawing attention to what you’re trying to hide. Match your concealer to your foundation, which should match your natural skin tone.
Unless you want clumpy, spidery lashes, just buy a new tube. After all, there are plenty of high-quality, affordable masc araoptions.