I’ve just finished watching a great episode of Come Dine With me and I have to say, I’m addicted. My heart hurts when I have to write that this is the last feature of my Beauty For Beginners Series, and it has done so well over time. I really want to continue blogging daily and I will, maybe with a day or two off as I am busy studying for exams, I write my mid-year exams which kicks off on Monday but luckily I have great spaces in which I can balance my studies with my blog. Tomorrow I will be uploading my first vlog and it would mean so much to me if you subscribed in the mean time by clicking here xo.
Without any further delay, here it is, my final installment of Beauty For Beginners xo
- You can use your foundation brush to pat on your under-eye concealer if yours does not have an applicator. I have a whole post about Beauty For Beginners Series: Brushes if you’re interested.
- If you thought your Beauty Blender was just for blending foundation, you couldn’t be more wrong. You can remove harsh contour lines and remove excess product.
- An angled blush brush can be used to contour your face, not just to apply blush.
- Messy lipstick edges? Grab your concealer brush to clean it up without ruining the rest of your make-up.
- Want your eye shadow to appear more smokey? Try running the shadow below your lash line for a smokey eye effect.
- If you need to hide your eyelash glue, try dipping a fanning brush in gel liner and applying it over the glue.
- Did you know that if you want a matte lip, you can use a normal lipstick? Simply place a tissue or tissue paper over your lips and apply pressed powder over the tissue. Voila, matte lipstick and it lasts all day!
- To appear more awake, use a white eye shadow in the inner corners of your eyes.
- To highlight the eye area, add highlighter below the brow bone and in the middle of the lid.
- If you want to make your eyes appear bigger, run a nude eye pencil on your lower lash line.
- Lipstick can double as a blush if you ever run out. Apply lipstick to your cheekbone and blend into the skin.
- To make your eye shadow pop simply cover your lid with white eye pencil before applying the eye shadow.
Hope you’ve enjoyed my series and thank you for everyone who has shown this series so much love. It really motivates me to put out more content on my blog when you get amazing feedback.
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