If you’ve never cleaned your makeup brushes, you’re doing your face a disservice.
You’d have to be “knuts” to wear this much makeup, but a team of makeup artists decided to see what a year’s worth of cosmetics would look like all at once. By meticulously painting 365 layers of foundation, blush, gloss and eyeshadow onto model Hannelore Knuts’ face, they’ve given us all a shocking visual aide that demonstrates what we’d all look like without makeup remover.
Even the most expert makeup gurus can’t attain quite the same level of makeup perfection without using a brush, and here’s why – brushes not only help one be precise with the application of the makeup, but they aid in distributing the pigments in a much more even fashion.
Considering the fact that makeup brushes are arguably one of the most useful tools aiding women in the morning, there are plenty of ladies who don’t know the first thing about using a brush, let alone choosing a good one.
If you don’t already own a makeup brush or two, it’s time to consider what adopting a professional tool will do for your daily makeup routine. That being said, there are a number of things to consider when selecting your brushes for the first time.
It’s safe to say that many of us strive to recreate a “no-makeup” look using sneaky makeup strategies. That being said, there are ways to make yourself look amazing without the foundation, blush or mascara.
If you’re using makeup brushes, chances are you’re well aware that these handy tools are every girl’s secret to cosmetic perfection. However, equally important to having the right technique is taking proper care of your brushes.
If you’ve ever studied the airbrushed photos that grace the magazine covers, you probably wondered if you could ever get your makeup to look that good.
If you’ve ever wondered how models appear flawless, rest assured – your makeup would look just as amazing if you had a team of professionals styling you up too.
Let’s say it’s Friday night. On your way to work your route took you through dusty city streets, punctuated by a breeze wafting dried ‘wino pee dust’ and dog poop into the air. Wait! I could be wrong… it could have been dried ‘dog pee dust’ and wino poop… but let’s not split hairs. Then, […]
While many women think that the coverage of their eyeshadow hinges upon the pigment’s formula (creams can appear more opaque on lids than powders), the tools used to apply the makeup can also impact its overall look.