Celebrations and parties are always a good opportunity for classical, well-worn and loved looks. Red lipstick is always welcome, but what if you play the red card in a slightly different way this year?
We celebrated a year with warm, red shades that were part of numerous make-up looks and products. Party this season with some red eyeshadow. Apply a thin layer of foundation left on your foundation brush. You can also use a neutral eye shadow as your base. Apply a red shade to the static portion of the eyelid with a soft, dense brush. Blend outwards and upwards with a light hand. This way you will achieve a mild, lightly gradient look of the shade. Spice it up with a lot of layers of dark, black mascara on the lower and upper eyelashes. If you have a mascara that is fresh and wet, apply it first to the lower eyelashes, then to the upper ones.
If you want to point out a healthy, shiny skin and put emphasis on flawless skin, your party look can easily be blown out blush look. Make chemical or mechanical exfoliation, a few hours before the celebration. Remove dead cells, feed the skin and wait for the products to absorb well. Then use your favorite liquid foundation, cover imperfections and discolorations with concealer, highlight the surrounding area and apply blush. Compact blushes can be applied with soft, large brushes. The highest concentration of blush should be at the highest point of the cheekbones. This way you create a more fresh and younger look. The edges of the blush should be well blended with the skin. You will have less problems with blending of edges if you use creamy products. Creamy blushes will melt easier, which will make them look more natural.
Also take the opportunity and replace the standard black or gold line liner on the eyelid, with a red line. If you do not have a red eye eyeliner, you can use your favorite matte red lipstick. In addition, you will only need a thin brush to apply lipstick in a precise line. Given that it is a red lipstick pretending to be eyeliner, thoroughly prepare the skin, mattify for the application, apply lipstick and correct any defects. Use hygienic sticks for precise and detailed repairs. The best advice for removing surplus products that can leave traces is to roll the tip of the hygienic stick in one place. Do not smear, tug or pull.