Must-Know Makeup Hacks For Women At Work

 While most working women complain about not having enough time to put their makeup, there is so much these women can do without having to spend hours in front of the mirror, fixing just their hair. Every woman loves and wants to look beautiful; make up is one magical thing that allows them to look and feel beautiful. For women who work, time is the only constraint that comes in the way when they have to manage more than just homes and themselves. The power of makeup is undeniable because it can make any face look gorgeous, even when you’re having an acne breakout it can make your face look flawless. For women that are always on the run to make it on time to their jobs and also want to look presentable, from head to toe, there many makeup hacks that can save time and give their faces a pleasant and fresh look.

Must Know Makeup Hacks For Women At Work

1. The Eye makeup game, on point:

 There is so much you can cover and achieve if your eye makeup is on point. We’ve all had our tired, and dark circled eye moments when we helplessly apply layers of concealers and eye shadows. Most women apply their concealer just under the eye in a semi-circle to cover the dark circle. This gives a shabby, unfinished look making the eye look tired. The right way to do so is apply the concealer in an inverted triangular way. This works quicker and covers more areas than just the eye bag under your eye. To make your eyes appear bigger and your eye shadow more prominent, apply a white eye pencil over your eyelid before applying any eye shade. Apply white pencil in the inner corner of your eyes and the kohl pencil or eye shade on the outer corners.Must Know Makeup Hacks For Women At WorkTo give your eyeliner the perfect wing, you can apply some tape slanted out of the corner and make your wing just around it. If you’re scared to use tape around your eye then keep a spoon’s handle, slanted around the outer corner to quickly apply the eyeliner along the slanted handle.

To swiftly apply mascara without making a mess, keep the back of the spoon in a way that they hug your eyelashes and you can effortlessly apply your eyeliner.

Lipstick That Lasts:

Must Know Makeup Hacks For Women At Work

If your lipstick is gone just moments after you apply then you really need something that is long lasting. Once you’re done applying your lipstick then cover your lips with a tissue paper and apply some translucent powder over it. If you have chapped lips apply some Vaseline, and with a tooth brush, gently rub your lips before applying the lipstick.

If you want your lipstick to stand out and add depth to your lips and lip color, apply a highlighter around your cupid bow and don’t forget to particularly conceal the outer line of your lips.

Let your face do the talking:

Must Know Makeup Hacks For Women At Work

The makeup trends keep changing when it comes to face contouring; however, to make things simple you can just use a little trick if you are not using a plethora of bases, foundations and concealers; just cover your major areas with your regular base and blend that well. If you want to have a professionally contoured face then make threes with your foundation or base around your major areas—cheeks, jawline, the width of your forehead, and around your upper and lower lip. This application is quicker and easier to blend and contour with. Don’t forget to use primer to highlight your best features, even when you’re not applying any foundation. Do your eye makeup first, before you go about applying foundation. This leaves room for correction without having to remove all of your makeup and can help remove excess eye shade particles that fall under your eye.

Spray some water onto your face once you’re done with your make up to let it set and to make your makeup look light and perfectly finished.

If you have your own make up hacks that have worked wonders for you then don’t forget to share with us. Stay beautiful!

Author Bio

Sheerin jafri is a passionate fashion blogger who loves to write on prevailing trends. She is featured author at various blogs around and a staff writer.

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