Makeup Guide for 2013
Makeup Guide for 2013. The red lipstick is mostly used this year. This is the most ionic color and there are endless ways of using this dramatic color. The inspiration ranged from pop expressionism to art deco experimentation; as it’s a great time go for rouge. The makeup artists have played with a mix of colors for old and new spring. Pairing vintage with the modern look is the statement that appears unique all the season.
When it is about red color, the arrays of lipsticks are endless. Finding the perfect red for you require experience, as there were few new launches this year. Some are catchy because of their easy application while others go for the glossy red gloss. Not all the reds are created equally and it is necessary to choose with utmost care according to your face cut and color. If you have an olive color, look for the orange red, otherwise the true red look good on everybody. The red color makes your look bolder and thus it is very necessary to balance the color with light eye shadows and blush-on. Moisturize your lips completely and then apply base before the lipstick application.
There are few makeup mistakes which makes you look older. When the fine lines settle in, pimples and marks start to appear, women try to conceal it with layers of foundations and face packs. These layers make the imperfections more visible. Instead go for the lightweight liquid foundation that is easy to moisturize and gives a better impression than powder. Maybelline New York Fit Me is the best product in this respect.
Concealer can be your best makeup product while covering the blemishes, dark circles and pimples. There are different concealers for under the eye area and covering pimples. One that is thick enough to hide a pimple may be too much for the delicate eye skin. Sally Hansen Natural Beauty Fast Fix Concealer Inspired by Carmindy is best to use to cover the dark circles. Apply with the concealer brush and then blend with finger for natular look.
Eye shadows can make you look drastic, if not used properly. When a woman is around 40, it is time to say goodbye to the glittery eye shadows as they settle into crinkles making the creepy lids more visible. Go for the matte shadows such as Revlon Matt Eye in peach sorbet, which is flattering and gives a smooth look. Lavenders, taupes, greys and soft peaches work on all skin tones. Apply eyeliner on the upper and outer corners of the eye instead of bottom lash to prevent an illusion of lifted eye.