Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The Season is Changing, So Should Your Makeup Some good tips:)

Good tip to keep in mind is to change out your makeup at least every season. That means dumping your mascara, eye liners, lip glosses, etc. and getting fresh new ones.

Bacteria builds up on our cosmetics, brushes, sponges, etc. and that bacteria can cause nasty things like acne or worse. So be sure to change your makeup every time the season changes. Also remember to regularly clean brushes and applicators to keep them fresh and clean. I did post how to clean your brushes so check it out.
Whether you have hereditary dark circles or just the occasional issue, there are concealing tips that can help. Read on to learn how to choose and apply the best products to make dark circles vanish.

First, apply an eye cream to smooth out dryness around the eyes. This will allow concealer to stick better and will make eyes appear more rejuvenated.
After you’ve waited for the eye cream to absorb for a few minutes, apply the concealer. Use your finger to gently dab the concealer on dark eye circles and the eyelid area. Don’t forget to apply in the corners of your eyes, which are often very dark. After you’ve concealed, you can finish your look off with a moisturizing foundation and set with loose powder.


Anything Fits a Naked Man said...

Thanks for the reminder! These are great tips, thanks!

WhisperingWriter said...

I never change out my makeup. I've had the same blush for 5 years now.

But that's mainly because I really have no idea how to apply makeup.

ModernMom said...

Just found your blog through Deb and glad I did. Time to go buy some new mascara! Thanks for the reminder:)


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