Make up & Skin care routine
Applying any beauty products on your face should be a dream sequence of pampering that sees massaging our faces with all kinds of sumptuous oils and creams.
Follow Few Steps to get healthy skin
Rinse and repeat this step to rid your skin of every scrap of dirt. First cleansing attacks the surface grime while the second will reach right into your pores
Skipping toner is like serving half cooked food. It makes all the effort of cleansing pointless as residual dirt may still remain. Sweep one on with a cotton pad to clarify your pores.
The general rule with face creams is that you should start with the lightest products first, and serums boast thin formulas that absorb the most efficiently.
Moisturiser is non-negotiable – even if your skin is oily – so reach for a tub of the creamy stuff and massage it in an upwards and outwards motion.
The correct order comes into play to save your makeup regimen as well, ensuring you get the most flawless wear from your foundations and colourful pigments. It acts like a magnet to hold down your base and, thanks to new advances, can tackle problems like spots and oiliness, too.
Lay foundation initial base matching your skin tone down in a light, thin layer for a natural look for beauty products
Evaluate the parts of your face that may want some extra cover-up, then dab your concealer on with a brush and lightly blend it out.
Your face powder is designed to set your makeup and soak up excess oil, so sweep over shiny t-zones, chins and under-eyes to set concealer.
9. Bronzer then blusher
Bronzing powders and creams are designed to define your cheeks with a pretty wash of blusher.
13. Eyeshadow, eyeliner & mascara
Lacquered lashes can get in the way when trying to nail a feline flick, so slick on your mascara after applying your shadow and liner.
The intensity of your brows should complement your eyeshadow, blusher and lipstick, so grab a pencil and get to work on matching them with the rest of your look.
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Author : Pooja Budhiraja