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Category: Makeup Tips
Top 5 Common Makeup Mistakes

Have you ever been putting on your makeup and when everything is going well, you suddenly make a mistake that ruins all of your effort? Have you had to take off your makeup some time because, without meaning to, you’ve ruined your makeup? Surely you have; it happens to all of us. In this article, you will find five of the most common mistakes and the best tips to quickly fix them without having to take off all of your makeup. “I’VE PUT ON TOO MUCH FOUNDATION” This is a very common mistake that we all make when we put on makeup. If you are totally made up, to take off any excess foundation, do the following: Lightly moisten a clean sponge with water (the sponge should be almost dry and without any makeup residue) and sponge all of your face with downward movements. TIP: It’s very important, most of all, to avoid excess foundation and concealer around the eyes. To eliminate any excess in this area, perform the same step and afterwards use your fingertips to softly blur the product in that area. “MY EYESHADOW LOOKS TOO DARK” If you’ve put on too much eyeshadow, or it looks too dark, follow these steps to quickly fix the problem: If it happened on your upper eyelid, blur the eyeshadow toward the edges with a clean brush to reduce the color. If it still looks very dark, apply a little bit of matte cream eyeshadow with a brush (if you don’t have cream eyeshadow, you...

Seasonal Makeup: Warm and Cool Looks
Makeup palette

Makeup can be described in terms of warm and cool. This can cover foundations, powders and even blushes. It comes from a system introduced a few decades back that can be loosely described as color coding. It was, in basic terms, a system where a person could figure out how to choose their clothes and even makeup according to an individual’s skin complexion. Each skin complexion would match up with a particular season of the year. If a person had very fair skin tone, that person would be considered a “spring” and would match their clothes and even makeup to what was considered “spring” colors. If a person had a medium skin tone, that person would be considered a “summer” and would match their clothes and even makeup to what was considered “summer” colors. If a person had a more tan skin tone, that person would be considered a “fall” and would match their clothes and even makeup to what was considered “fall” colors. If a person had a more rich skin tone, that person would be considered a “winter” and would match their clothes and even makeup to what was considered “winter” colors. Books were written and home parties were hosted on this color coding technique. It was unique in that when a person thought they knew what “season” they were under, some people on a few occasion were surprised to find themselves under another “season”. It was assumed...

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