- Fantasy make up
- Avant-garde make up
- Special visuals make up
- Face (body) painting make up
- Stage make up
- Make sure your face is clean, the makeup will look much better on a clean skin than to add some makeup on to the existing makeup.
- Use a toner, the toner cleans up your skin perfectly, refreshing it and closing the pores, basically preparing your skin for the makeup application.
- Moisturise, especially if you have a dry skin!
- Depending on a foundation type apply primer. The primer will prepare your skin for a foundation and will make your makeup lasting longer.
- Apply foundation, all over the face, eyelids, under the eyes, blend it to the neck area also.
- When is the foundation perfect? When you can't see it because none wants to see the foundation just the flawless skin, forget about the caked up, mask effect foundation! That is out of trend for a long time.
- If the lashes are too long for your personal taste, consider trimming the individual lashes down to achieve a more natural look. Lashes should be longer toward the outer corner of the eye
- Alternatively, you can squeeze a thin line of lash glue onto the back of your non-dominant hand. Then, gently run the outer seam of the eyelash strip along it.
- Make sure that your lashes are clean i mean no mascara left over from last night partying and glue form your fake lashes.
- Curl your lashes before mascara application, always before mascara not after you might break your lashes so be careful with it.
Outline your eye contour with a black eye pencil, all the way around. Make the line thicker along the upper lashes.
With a brush or a sponge applicator, apply your base colour eyeshadow on the mobile eyelid and above the crease, about halfway to the eyebrows, blending slightly.
With a pointy sponge applicator, apply contour colour eyeshadow all the way around your eyes, blending it well with the pencil line.
Half-close your eyes and apply contour colour in the crease.
You will now need to define the outside corners of your eyes using a horizontal “V” shape. The position of the pointy end of the “V” will control the apparent shape of your eyes.
With a medium-sized soft round brush (you can also use a flat one, holding it sideways), blend the eyeshadows on the upper eyelid. With a flat brush, blend the eyeshadows on the lower eyelid.