Okay, many make up users have that moment where they want to SWITCH colors but keep some, and not look silly or clownish. Take advise from ME. A pro taught me about makeup.
Well if you are dark, try light pinks, light light greens, light purples, and other light eye shadow colors!
Many darker people prefer red lipsticks, dark pinks and purples and browns, well what they really need is a naked or SNOB from Mac! If you darker people think, "Those colors will make me look silly" well you must apply it right because that all brightens your face!
Rule #1: Never Pair a Red Lip with a Blue Shadow
With the array of blue hues and the myriad of red pigments available, this idea can absolutely be squashed. For instance, a gloss with bright, sheer color won’t overpower a deep navy blue eye, making the two complementary, not conflicting. Don’t be overwhelmed! In fact, this outdated rule shouldn’t apply to any bold color combos.
Rule #2: No Shimmer Shadows after 30
Wait. What? So long are the days when shimmer shades accentuated every – ahem – wrinkle. With new pigments and formulas, eyeshadows have a...
We’ve all been there… while rushing to get your mascara on, more of it ends up on your lid than on your lashes. Or you press a little too hard with your liquid liner and it looks like you’ve been taking crazy pills. My favorite of all offenders: you’ve created a masterpiece then with a heavy hand you try a new powder and now look like your grandmother’s friend whose make-up is so thick you could scratch your name across her cheek. But fear not ladies; make-up is temporary! No need to start over from scratch. Here are my favorite tips that have rescued me throughout the years.