Before you go outside through the front door we have to look that one, the last time in the mirror. Everything is in place, lints on clothes are not visible, the hair is tidy and just made, and yet something is changed in the last five minutes. Makeup does not look the same as the mirror in the bathroom. Our bathroom and our room for makeup deserve the right lighting! Makeup lighting is makeup essential and most of us are not aware of that.
The best conditions for applying makeup is natural light or its closest warm light. Warm white light is closest to the real thing, and that type of lighting can be achieved with LED lighting. Look for the lighting of the 75 or 100 W.
Do you want to change your lighting to keep in mind that the brightest light should be in the level of your eyes. Lighting elements equal strength put sideways on each side and make them parallel. So a person should be equally and properly illuminated and will not create shadows.
The cold fluorescent light is too sharp, which is why we look drained and rinsed. |We want to minimaze lack of color in the face of excessive application of bronzer, blush and powder, but it is definitely not the look you want.
Lighting that illuminates us from below does not illuminate anything, casts a shadow to the face, which overly emphasizes wrinkles, pores and hyperpigmentation. Do not use this type of lighting if you do not want to know how you are going to look at an old age.
The yellow light is associated with yellow pigment in our hair and it further highlights. Yellow is the color of diseased skin, which usually try to fix the excessive application of foundation and concealer.
Pink lighting can do wonders for our skin, but only in the bathroom. For the purpose of this type of lighting looks healthy and fresh while the reality is somewhat different. In this light we can not see the shortcomings that we have so that they do not overlap enough.