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How to Apply Makeup for a Party or Night Out

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.


1. Apply a concealer that is one shade lighter than your foundation.

Dot it on over any blemishes or under-eye circles and blend with your fingertips or a makeup sponge. If your concealer tends to cake, apply eye cream first.

2. Choose foundation that matches your skin tone exactly.

Apply it in dots over the central part of your face, then blend it out with a makeup sponge or your fingertips until it covers your entire face.

3.Use a loose or pressed powder to keep foundation and concealer on longer.

Use pressed powder to touch up when you’re away from home.

4. Do your eyebrows next.

Use powdered eyebrow shadow on brows instead of pencil, which can often look unnatural. Apply it with a hard, slanted brush.

5. Choose three colors of eye shadow:

light, medium and dark. Use the dark only to line your upper eyelid, in a fairly thin line along the upper lashes. Use the medium shade for the crease and the lightest shade for the area under the eyebrow. There are many variations on eye shadow application techniques.

6. Apply eyeliner.

Use a cake eyeliner with a damp, thin liner brush, or an eyeliner pencil, and line the lower lid below the lashes. Line only the outer two-thirds of the lower lid, or all the way across if you’re trying to achieve a darker look. Line all the way across the upper lid (just above the lash line and as close to the lashes as possible), or start the line where your lashes begin.


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