Tips for a Natural Makeup Look

Finding a Natural makeup look that is just perfect for you can seem a daunting task, nothing too heavy, or thickly textured will give that completely natural look. Applying a colour that is too light or too is dark will detract from your makeup looking completely natural.
Choose a colour that are a very similar shade matching your natural skin tone, giving a perfect balance by enhancing your skin. For a perfect makeup look, follow the tips and guide to achieve a great natural look just for you. 

Hydrate the skin
Moisturise daily to improve the skin surface, texture, and to give a balance of additional hydration this will allow the skin to repair and give a perfect surface for your makeup.

Conceal
Remove any unwanted marks, blemishes or dark circles with a carefully applied concealer, and leave your skin radiant ready.

Foundation 
A light textured foundation or a light dusting of powder with a fluffy brush or blending sponge will set the skin giving a natural flawless finish. Apply evenly for best results.

Best Brows
Have your brows professionally shaped to maintain a perfect arch with the many hair removal options that are available, including waxing, threading or tweezing. On finding your best method use powders, gels or waxes to keep them in shape.



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Blusher
A subtle cream, liquid water colour, or powder blush will accentuate the face shape and define the eyes, depending on your skintone, you can choose a shade that will add a hint of colour gently buffing or blending across the cheekbones.

Eyeshadows
A neutral shade that will add definition use a muted shade of beige, browns, or even opal shimmers to open the eye area without creating a darker more smokey eye. If leaving eyeliner is too natural invest in a mid brown powder shadow to line the eyes, this will enhance the eye area without the makeup application  looking too heavy.

Mascara
Thin layers of brown or black mascara can look flattering and open the eye, even further why not give the lashes a treat by opting for a conditioning mascara instead of a thickening brand.

Lips
Matte, Gloss or cream lipstick would give a perfect finish, to complete your look, choose a colour that is similar to your lip tone or a shade that will accentuate and flatter your natural makeup look. 


Blusher
A subtle cream, liquid or powder blush will accentuate the face shape and define the eyes, depending on your skin colour and tone, you can choose a shade that will add a hint of colour blending into the cheekbones.

Eyeshadows
A neutral shade that will add definition use a muted shade of beige, browns, or even opal shimmers to open the eye area without creating a darker more smokey eye. If leaving eyeliner is too natural invest in a mid brown powder shadow to line the eyes, this will enhance the eye area without the makeup application  looking too heavy.

Mascara
Thin layers of brown or black mascara can look flattering and open the eye, even further why not give the lashes a treat by opting for a conditioning mascara instead of a thickening brand.

Lips
Matte, Gloss or cream lipstick would give a perfect finish, to complete your look, choose a colour that is similar to your lip tone or a shade that will accentuate and flatter your natural makeup look.


Cheryl Huggins @DivasandDudesHairBoutique













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