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Spring Hairstyles and Spring Makeup Trends on ELLE. Make-up Rescue; How to Fix Those Beauty Blunders! Sometimes perfect make-up isn’t in the cards. It doesn’t matter how much time you allot yourself, or how slow or patient you are. Some days, your liquid liner is going to be wonky, your cheeks un-even, your mascara will smudge. And it sucks. And while sometimes, make up screw ups aren’t preventable, they can be fixed, and you can salvage your look! Q-tips a clean, full blush brush a clean mascara wand a clean lip brush A baby tooth brush, or brow brush Translucent Powder Moisturizer Water in a Spray Bottle/Mister If your liquid liner has gone awry, let it dry and work on your other eye. Applied to much mascara? Wayward mascara flecks? Went Overkill on the blush? If you’ve applied too much powder, and your skin is too matte or too white, hold a spritz bottle of water a few feet above and in-front of you. Visible lip lines? Too heavy on the lipstick? TST: 5 Tips to Apply Your Make Up Like A Pro.

I often get asked how to apply make-up. There are so many different ways and methods that I couldn’t possibly give them a step by step routine. Applying make-up is a very fluid process, that can change from look, to look. The most important part is to do what feels best, and looks the most flattering. But- even though my result isn’t a concrete process – here are some tips of the trade, to help you apply your make-up with a bit more of refined hand. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Easy Cat Eyeliner Tutorial. Cat eyeliner has got to the most unpredictable thing in makeup.

Easy Cat Eyeliner Tutorial

You never know what shape you'll end up with. One wrong move & you'll have to think of ways to make it look right. I thought I'd share with you how I've been doing mine, because I think it's almost mistake-proof. So, here's a step-by-step tutorial: Apply eyeshadow on lid. *It's up to you whether you want to line the lower lash line or not. Products Used: Because I have hooded lids, it's important that I contour my crease. Hope you liked the tutorial! ♥ Cynthia Z * How to Make Your Own Beauty Products from Scratch - Health. Let's keep things simple this week.

How to Make Your Own Beauty Products from Scratch - Health

When it comes to personal-care products, we are big believers in streamlining what you use—see "Eight Products You Think You Need But Don't" for a refresher—buying less in general, and getting creative. We have both always loved experimenting in our kitchens and our bathrooms, checking ingredients in products we love, isolating the main ones, and then trying them on their own. Sometimes it works: A favorite hair leave-in contained aloe, for example, so one day we tried aloe alone and found that, lo and behold, it worked just fine on its own. And sometimes it didn't. Over the years we have tried dozens of DIY beauty recipes to find ones we like—and that work. Simple body scrub Honey face wash We already told you about our new favorite homemade face wash last week but here's the recipe: In the palm of your hand, combine a tablespoon of raw, unfiltered honey with a half a tablespoon of baking soda, mix it together, and apply to damp skin.

Perfume Shave oil. Base Face: KimmiKZ’s Daily Base Make-Up (Foundation, Concealer…) August 31, 2010 Filed Under: Beauty, Beauty Buys I often get asked from readers what products I use to create what I call my ‘base face’.

Base Face: KimmiKZ’s Daily Base Make-Up (Foundation, Concealer…)

I figured doing a ‘Beauty Buy’ rather than a billion ask KKZ’s would be easier, and let you get a peak inside my make-up bag. Often in tutorials I say to start with your ‘Base Face’ which is basically a pre-primed and moisturized face that have your foundation, concealer and skin prepped for you to begin doing eyes, lips, blusher, etc. I often completely skip this part, because I assumed everyone had their routine and products for the perfect ‘base face’ unique to their skin tone and type. Lip Liner Guide — How to Use it, and Why You Need It. Remember the 90s? Yeah, me to. I think the 90s killed lip liner. You remember. White crop tops, jean jackets, flannel shirts on everyone, straight n’ stringy hair — and lip liner.

And not just a little bit here and a little bit there. Flash forward 10-15 years, and we’re still haunted by lip liner. Your Kit Needs Every girl should have a minimum of 3 lip liners. A light mauve/neutral pink — for nude days and to be worn under gloss. A medium-dark red with no blue or fuchsia undertones — This one will be for special occasions and used whenever you’re using a red or orange based lipstick. A Medium Fuchsia — if you pick a fuchsia that is right in the middle of the chart, you’ll be able to use it universally with different pink hues of lipstick.