It’s 7 AM and you have to wake up and make up. After a sleepless night, you’re not really in the mood for putting an eyeliner and you have no idea how to cover dark circles under your eyes. No need to worry, girls! Sit back and read these simple tricks that will definitely make your life easier:
Eyeliner problem solved
You take an eyeliner, try to wing it right away and it turns into your worst nightmare. Then you put a coat of mascara and hope your lashes will cover an uneven eyeliner. Well, your problem can be solved by doing these steps in reverse. Firstly put a coat of mascara on your lashes and that will help you see the line you need to trace with an eyeliner. If liquid liner is too challenging for you, you may use waterproof mascara instead of it – just take a small angled brush and apply it on your lids.
Bye-bye, messy eyebrows!
Whether your eyebrows are thick or thin, they can get really messy and shapeless while you’re sleeping. You don’t need an expensive eyebrow gel because a cheap hairspray can solve your problem too. Spray your spoolie brush with it and simply comb your eyebrows into desired shape. If you put pink or beige pencil or eyeshadow under and above your eyebrows, they will look even better!
Fuller lips in a minute
Wearing lipstick will definitely help you look fresh but there is more to it than that. A simple lipstick trick can make your lips look fuller and bigger. First of all, apply concealer to cover your natural lip line. Outline your lips using a lip pencil; darker tones are recommended. Take a lighter lip pencil and apply it to the center of your lips. The final step is putting on the lipstick itself. Contouring is a perfect way to get fuller lips in a minute!
Add colors to your face
There is one more thing to do just before you leave your home – base makeup. Believe it or not, adding some colors may help your skin look flawless. Take a brush and play with it: green concealer helps you cover redness, lavender concealer helps you neutralize yellow tones, pink or peach concealer is used to hide blue shadows on fair and medium skin, while orange or yellow concealer neutralizes purple and dark spots on olive or tan skin.
Using a sponge or a brush, apply foundation and that’s it! If you’re not in a hurry, use a bronzer to contour your face and don’t forget to put a little bit of highlighter on your cheekbones, below your eyebrows and above your lips.