Few Tips on Make Up Tools
Friday, 20 January 2012
Make Up is not restricted to celebrities these days. Everyone uses make up these days and is very common. It is important to look presentable in this fast moving world where you need to create an impression on the person in front of you in say a ten-minute time period.
There might be an official presentation where your job would be to speak for those ten minutes and yes, it is as important to look and feel good as it your speech.
Good looks boost your self esteem. And make up tools are the only way to make you skin look fresh and attractive. By make up, one does not necessarily mean you need to put on a heavy dose of make up with dark shades. Especially for daily wear, just those important lighter shades would look superb to make you look grand.
The basic make up tools are Foundation, Compact, Lip liners and Lipstick and/ or Lipgloss, Mascara. For heavier make up, one can also use false Eye lashes, Eye liners and Eye shadows, Bronzers etc. So depending on the occasion, you can carefully pick the make up that you want to use.
If you are a first timer and would not know how to apply make up properly, then you can read valuable information available over the internet or in any fashion magazine. And if you feel shy or simply lack time to go down to the retail stores and choose your product, do not worry. There are various online shops that offer amazing ranges of complete make up kits that would serve your purpose. In fact you can get hold of daily deals that recommend good discounts and deals for you to choose from.
Another important point is that you also would need tools to apply make up. For this purpose, you would need various sizes of make up brushes. These applications brushes are something that ladies generally avoid but they are as important as makeup itself. This is because if you do not apply your make up properly, it would stand out on your face and you would end up looking awkward. After all make up is something that should blend with your skin and not stand out.
Make up tools contain mainly two types of brushes, the ones required for your eyes and the second for your cheeks. For eyes, you can mainly have four types of brushes- flat stiff brush, dome brush- both soft and hard, and pencil brush. For your face and especially cheeks, you can have three to four brushes- Basic stippling brush, contour brush and angled blush on brushes. If you have these with you, then applying make up would be an easy task. Otherwise you may end up applying and removing your make up again and again and waste your precious time on it.
Similarly, if you apply make up, removing it appropriately at the end of the day also becomes important. After all your skin needs to breathe, so allow it to do so in the night to feel rejuvenated the next day.