Take a colour that is slightly darker than your foundation and brush it on from the bridge of the nose down the sides. Do not get the darker colour on the actual bridge of your nose; and, don't forget to blend in well at nose bridge and where your nose becomes your cheek. You do not want a demarcation line showing that you are using a darker colour. It will destroy the illusion.
pippap is right. I always use a bronzer with a low shine or glitter level in it. And if you use the same color on your cheek bones it will give you a wonderful summer glow!
by thesingernurse6 years ago
Do you know of any techniques that do wonders?
by Mmargie19665 years ago
Do you think that women should wear more make up as they age?Should women increase the color and outlining of their normal make up routine as they get older?
by ngureco5 months ago
I think everyone has there own preferences, You would think people prefer dark skin that's why they are out in the sun and at the tanning beds Always striving to look better, but not striving to be better people.
by Grace Marguerite Williams19 months ago
there is still the premise that lighter is better and more acceptable in American society. Lighter complected women whether Caucasian, Latina, Asian, or African-American are considered to be more beautiful than...
by Lorena Mustain6 years ago
I have dry skin and and have problem with acne, any tips for a good make up and tips to apply?Read an interesting post of yours about make-up tips.
by Kim Kennedy3 years ago
Can anyone recommend a good, lasting makeup foundation?My favourite doesn't seem to suit my skin any more. I need good coverage that stays on well.
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