The word party brings a smile to everyone’s face and why? Because partying means good clothes, good food, fun, gossip and good company. So are you ready to party tonight? No? What’s holding you back?
If it has anything to do with not being able to find the right makeup look, then worry no more! This article is dedicated to guide you through the evening makeup routine.
How To Do Evening Makeup
We know you want to look million dollars worth making heads turn your way. Here are important evening party makeup tips to get you party ready:
1. Take your time:
Spend enough time deciding on your choice of clothes and the overall look. Accordingly do your makeup. If you plan to wear a bling outfit, keep your makeup simple and vice versa. We are sure that you don’t want to end up looking like a disco ball.
2. Make it last:
Party means fun filled sessions, dancing, and night long entertainment. There are chances of your makeup melting down and smudging your face.
Invest in a good face primer which helps to create a smooth texture and also elongates the staying hour of your makeup. You can also make it a point to buy a long stay products.
Face is like a canvas for makeup. Creating a flawless face is as important as choosing the right outfit. Apply a medium coverage foundation and remember to blend in well. This would hide any spots & imperfect skin tone, giving you a flawless base.
4. Show some hide some:
Focus just on one facial feature, if you are going dramatic or bold on eyes, then keep rest of the makeup toned down by keeping it simple. Similarly, if you want bold lips, play down on cheeks and eyes.
If you go with bold eyes and lips, the odds are that you will look like a clown and if you down play both you will end up with a lovely day look that just doesn’t work as a evening makeup look!
Fake a glow by applying a powder highlighter just in the right areas. Highlighter should be applied where the light hits on the face naturally and remember the mantra – a little is more. Apply some on the arch of brow bone, cheek bone and Cupid’s bow. This would help light to reflect, resulting in a glow. If you want to make your face look longer or shorter then a highlighter used for contouring works like a charm. If you want to elongate the face, then use the highlighter along the jaw line and just under the cheek bones to give it a sharper look. While if you are looking to make it seem shorter then highlight the cheek bone in a rounded fashion. This will cut down on the length.
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