Tips and Tricks: Under Eye Concealer

 

Left to Right: Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer, Maybelline Fit Me Concealer, Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer, Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Concealer, Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Liquid Concealer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of my close friends, Ema, asked recently if I had any tips how to prevent under-eye concealer from looking dry, creasing or settling into lines.  I thought it would be fun to write a post on this aspect of make-up, as there some tips and tricks which can prevent this from happening.

Are there any aspects of make-up which you would like some advice on? Perhaps you want some specific tips on make-up application or how to create a particular look? Or would you like ideas for getting more use out of a particular eyeshadow palette or eyeshadow single? Let me know your queries or requests in the comments section and I will do my best to help!

Interested in reading more tips on make-up application? You can read more Tips and Tricks on make-up application hereYou can also find several articles on make-up application in the ‘All About Make-Up Guide’ tab on the menu bar.

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Tips and Tricks: Minimising Eyeshadow Fallout

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eyeshadow ‘fallout’ refers to the little particles of powder which drop down on the face when you are applying eyeshadow.  It can be very frustrating seeing ‘fallout’ on the face when you have spent time creating a beautiful look.  Having little specks of eyeshadow or glitter can make the under-eye area look messy and ruin the overall effect.  

There are several techniques which can help prevent your overall look being ruined by eyeshadow ‘fallout’.  Read on to find out!  

Interested in reading more tips on make-up application? You can find more posts under ‘Tips and Tricks’ here.  You can also find several articles on make-up application in the ‘All About Make-Up Guide’ tab on the menu bar.

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How to Make Red Lips Less Intimidating

 

 

Pic 2 MF lipstick balm and revlomn colourstay butter in wild watermelon

Pic 5 MF Gloss and MAC miley cyrus

Pic 8 Revlon just bitten stain

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are keen to try red lipstick but find the thought of wearing a bright, traffic-stopping red daunting, then there are some ways of easing yourself in gently.  This first article in the ‘All About Red Lips’ series focuses on how to make red lipstick less intimidating and more wearable.

There are various types of products that you can use to introduce yourself to red lips, without having to go full-on red.  There are also different techniques for muting a lipstick if you don’t yet feel ready to wear it in its full-bodied form.

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