There are three major eye makeup areas – lid, crease, liner – so why so many brushes? Is it a cardinal sin against beauty to use the same brush to apply shadow to the eyelid and the brow bone? Well no probably not, but each brush is designed with a s...
Who hasn’t had those mornings where they wake up, drink some coffee, look in the mirror, and think, “Damn, I look exhausted.” Not getting enough sleep does more than just make you feel really run-down – it makes you look really run-down too. And while no woman should be expected to look bright-eyes and bushy-tailed … Read More
Applying makeup to hooded eyelids can be difficult - and sometimes even pointless. However, there are a lot of easy tricks you can do. We asked makeup artist Liz Pugh for her top tips on how to apply eye makeup to hooded lids.
The Ultimate Step-By-Step Tutorial for Perfect Makeup Application. Start with a clean slate! Make sure your face is fresh and moisturized before putting any product on it. Then, apply primer with your fingers to ensure your makeup lasts all day. Step 2: Using a duo fiber brush (the kind with white tips!), apply foundation all over the skin and blend it onto the neck. affiliate link
Looking for the best color correcting makeup for your dark circles, dark spots or redness? These easy-to-use color correcting concealers can cover up anything from acne or rosacea to the darkest under-eye circles! Click through to get your Color Correcting Cheat Sheet!!