When it comes to makeup for teens, the key is to keep everything sheer and natural.
Never cover your entire face with foundation. Teens usually have good skin so use a tinted moisturizer to even out your skin tone and apply concealer to cover up zits. Apply powder only on oily areas and to set concealer. Powdering your face all over can add years to your age.
For Sanura – sorry it took so long!
Definition of Blending
Blend:- to combine or associate so that the separate constituents or the line of demarcation cannot be distinguished.
When it comes to blending eyeshadows, the same definition applies. Basically, you try to mix the colors together so there is a gradation. And how exactly do you do this? There are a million ways – some prefer using fingers, some use sponges but I strongly suggest using brushes.
When you blend with a brush, you will not rub off the color like you do with fingers. The direction in which you blend does not matter at all – you can blend upwards, downwards, to the left or to the right. The key here is to make sure there are no sharp lines between the colors
Different brushes are good for blending different areas. As I have mentioned in some of my past entries, I prefer a large eyeshadow brush for blending eyeshadow on the lid and MAC’s #224 for blending color on the crease. My newest fave is MAC’s #239. I use it to blend eyeshadow on both the lid and the crease.
* Patience and practice is all it takes to mastering this skill.
* Always start with lighter colors before moving to something darker.
* Wipe your brush with a Kleenex every time you blend a different color or simply use another clean brush.
Makeup Brushes Reviews Part II – Eyes
MAC’s Lure Collection FINALLY came out today! All the colors are really pretty and will look great on any skintone.