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Here are some makeover ideas too that you can easily fulfill at home. Let's start with the right foundation. To give the flawless face look, the yellow-based foundation is the best option for most of the women while a few fit under the category that may need a pink-based foundation. People who need to conceal dark eye circles, pimples, acne and other skin blemishes, need to master camouflage makeup techniques. However, no makeup can ever match the beauty of naturally clear and healthy skin and is just not the substitute to skin care.
There is no doubt that make up, makes you look beautiful but only if it applied properly. Many women do not know how to apply make up properly. Here are a few make up tips that should help you.
  • Use a gel blush or a cream blush instead of powder in a shade of pink and it will look more natural. Gels or creams are more transparent and blend smoothly. Rub them onto your cheekbones and blend upwards towards your eye for a glowing rosy complexion.
  • To fix unpolished nails, fail nails into square shape, buff them to give some shine and then apply a clear coat of polish. Then rub a little cuticle oil around the edges of your nails and apply rich moisturizer on your hand. In about 15 minutes your hand will have a polished look.
  • The trend now is to have natural looking eyebrows and not thin, arched brows. Use a tinted brow definer or eye shadow to fill your brows if they are scanty.
  • Before you sharpen your eyeliner or lip liner keep it in the freezer for about 10 minutes. The pencil will harden a little and will not break when sharpened.
  • Women whose eyes are deep-set should use liquid liner instead of pencil eyeliner. Liquid liner does not smudge easily and will not smudge in the crease of the lid in deep-set eyes.
  • To prevent mascara flaking off and smudging on your face, apply a thin coat of mascara on your top lashes only. Then brush your lashes with an eyelash brush to prevent clumpy mascara build-up.
  • Before curling your eyelashes, heat the eyelash curler with a hair dryer for a few seconds. Test to make sure that it is not very hot and then apply it on your eyelashes. The heat will ensure that the curl stays in place on extra long eyelashes.
  • Before buying a concealer or foundation, test the color on the inside of your wrist. The skin here is unblemished and will give you an idea on how the color will look on your face.
  • To extend the life of your foundation mix a drop of your moisturizer to create a glowing look for your skin.
  • Apply foundation after you have done your eye make-up. This way you will be able to fix any mascara or eyeliner smudges.
  • To prevent your lips from feeling dry when you apply matte lipstick, apply lip balm on your lips before start your make up. By the time you do your eyes and the rest of the face your lips would have absorbed the balm and will be ready for the matte lipstick.
  • To make lipstick last for longer shade your lips with lip liner before you apply lipstick.
  • If you have applied nail polish in a sloppy fashion, then just soak your nails once they are dry in warm water for a few minutes and them rub off the extra nail polish with a finger.
  • Dark eye shadow can be used as eyeliner as well. Use a very flat brush, wet is and dip it in dark eye shadow. Wriggle the brush into your lash line paying special attention to the space between the lashes and then use the color just above your lash line.
Make-up Artist Tools
  1. Apply a base of tinted  moisturizer such as ordinary face cream mixed with foundation.

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    While your base settles apply a spot of petroleum jelly to your eyebrows and then coax them in your brows upwards.

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    Next carefully brush a couple of coats of mascara on to your upper and lower lashes.

    Apply lipstick blot with a tissue and then apply a second coat.
    Dust powder over your forehead, nose, lips and chin.