How to do makeup?

Preparing your skin before applying makeup is important for a smoother application and better results. Here’s a basic routine:

  1. Cleanse: Start with a clean face. Use a gentle cleanser suitable for your skin type to remove dirt, oil, and any residual makeup.
  2. Exfoliate (if needed): Exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells, promoting a smoother texture. Use a mild exfoliant 2-3 times a week, depending on your skin’s sensitivity.
  3. Moisturize: Apply a moisturizer suitable for your skin type to hydrate and create a smooth base for makeup. Allow it to fully absorb before proceeding.
  4. Primer: Consider using a primer to further smooth your skin’s surface, minimize pores, and help makeup last longer.
  5. Sunscreen: If you’ll be exposed to the sun, apply sunscreen as the last step of your skincare routine to protect your skin from UV damage.
Remember, everyone’s skin is different, so adjust this routine according to your skin type and any specific concerns you may have.
 
  1. Foundation or Tinted Moisturizer:
    • Use a small amount of foundation or tinted moisturizer that matches your skin tone.
    • Apply it evenly across your face using your fingers, a makeup sponge, or a brush, blending it well.
  2. Concealer (if needed):
    • Dab concealer over any blemishes, redness, or dark circles using a small brush or your fingertip.
    • Blend it gently into your skin until it seamlessly blends with the foundation.
  3. Powder (optional):
    • If you want to set your makeup and reduce shine, lightly dust translucent powder over your face using a fluffy brush.
  4. Eyebrows:
    • Use an eyebrow pencil or powder to lightly fill in and shape your eyebrows, following their natural arch.
  5. Mascara:
    • Apply mascara to your upper lashes by wiggling the wand from the base to the tips for added length and volume.
  6. Blush or Bronzer (optional):
    • Apply a small amount of blush to the apples of your cheeks for a healthy flush or use bronzer to add warmth to your complexion.
  7. Lips:
    • Finish by applying a lip color of your choice—lipstick, lip gloss, or tinted lip balm—to complete your look.
This basic routine aims to even out your skin tone, define your features subtly, and add a touch of color to your face without being too elaborate. Adjustments can be made according to your preferences and the occasion you’re getting ready for!