How to put make up on

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  1. HubPages profile imageSTAFF
    HubPagesposted 8 years ago

    How to put make up on

  2. Mkivi profile image53
    Mkiviposted 8 years ago

    Applying Make up in a Hurry
    If you're a busy career woman like I am, you don't have much time in the morning to put your face on.  It is critical for every woman to take good care of her skin to avoid any problem spots when you are applying your make up.  This requires washing your face before you go to bed and using reputable products to keep your skin looking young and beautiful.  Your basecoat application and product is very important for the overall blending of the rest of your makeup.  I like to use a damp soft sea sponge to smooth and blend.  If you are in a hurry then a little powder blush on your eyelids and cheeks is sufficient for a soft made up look.  Using eyeliner is important to enhance the shape of your eye.  And no woman should ever leave her house without applying mascara.  Always finish with a powder to seal in the make up application and keep you looking fresh all day.  Oh, and don't forget the lipstick!

  3. mistywild profile image60
    mistywildposted 8 years ago
  4. hassam profile image82
    hassamposted 8 years ago

    Putting on makeup sometimes becomes a big deal, especially when you are not used to putting makeup while going some where out, because many girls usually stay away from taking time to make their face look good and instead just use a gloss on their... read more

  5. cathylynn99 profile image72
    cathylynn99posted 7 years ago

    This is my routine for a natural look: Apply and blend a small dab of white shadow to the center of your upper eyelids. Apply dark mascara liberally. Use a dark shade of blush in the hollow of your cheeks. Use a medium shade of blush just above that and on apples of cheeks. Apply lipstick near your natural shade, slightly pinker or purpler if you are wearing cool colors, slightly bronzer if wearing warm colors. To cover a blemish, I use foundation in my natural skin tone just on the blemish and feathered out from the blemish. If it's a very dressy occasion, before I apply mascara I add a thin line of dark eyeliner to the outer 2/3 of top outside lash line and bottom outer 1/3.

 
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