When applying eye make up, make sure you do eyeshadow before you apply mascara. Cover Girl has a great new set out that is for different eye colors. There is eyeshadow, mascara, and eyeliner that come together and it enhances your eye color. Give that a try! [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
SarcasticGreetings answered Friday February 25 2011, 3:20 pm: Look up MichellePhan on YouTube. The products she uses are pricey (you can substitute for something similar and cheaper), but she has al ot of good makeup tips to bring out your features, highlight specific areas of your face, etc.
Buy concealer if you have acne / discolorations / dark circles under your eyes. You can also try blush and eye makeup.
Personally, I'm not a fan of caking on makeup (I wear a lot of eyeshadow, but that's it)...once you start covering all your "imperfections", you'll start to dislike leaving your house without five pounds of makeup on your face.
You can also walk into a MAC or Sephora and ask them what products are best for your skin type / color / eye color/ etc. These stores can be pricey, but my friend once told me that she once bought some face stuff from MAC that made her skin look FLAWLESS.
DearAbby92 answered Wednesday February 23 2011, 4:34 pm: You have a good start already, so now you can add to your collection.
Eye liner really makes the eyes more sexy and noticeable. Go with black always, and experiment with a cat eye if youre feeling bold.
I would start with pencil, and if you like the cat eye get a liquid eye liner.
Eye shadow can really bring out your eye color, so pick colors that compliment your eyes.
Blue eyes look great with browns and golds. Brown eyes look great with purple, golds, and metallics. Green eyes look good with just about any color, like purple, blue, and warm colors. Hazel eyes can rock just about anything depending on the dominant color in them.
Covergirl and Almay have eye shadow sets designed for a specific eye color to make things easier.
Bronzer can be a girls best friend. Use it to contour your face and make you look thinner and more defined. (make a 'fishy' face and apply the bronzer on the parts that are sucked in. Also apply it on areas that the sun would naturally hit if you were outside.
If you have nice cheek bones why not use a blush. A pink or coral shimmery one would be great for spring.
I really love eyeslipsface.com for CHEAP but decent make up, as well as drug stores.
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