4 Makeup Tutorial Tips EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW



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I don’t know what it is about this time of year, but it leaves me feeling tired and sluggish.Sometimes we are all in need of a little makeup refresh. Life gets busy and our beauty regimes gets a little lazy. If you're in a makeup rut or haven't been too happy with your final results lately, it's time to get back to the basics. Here are four tried-and-true ways to make your makeup look better.

Remix Your Eyeshadow. If you suffer from any discoloration, dark spots or under eye circles, you don't have to go out and splurge on an expensive color-correcting palette. A peach eyeshadow that works with the undertones of your complexion is great at cancelling out any hyperpigmentation.
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After moisturizing skin, add a primer to to the areas of discoloration and apply your peach eye color before you proceed to your foundation and concealer. Trust us, it really works!
Sharpen Your Stippling Technique. We get it, you're often in a rush when you apply your makeup and don't have time for all the bells and whistles. But if you want your makeup to truly blend into your skin, you'll stop smearing and start stippling. Gently dab the bristle tips of your brush straight into skin. A lighter touch delivers a better finish in the end.
Embrace & Trust Natural Light. Try to avoid applying makeup under fluorescent light or with any shadows on your face. Doing your makeup by a sunlit window or using a makeup mirror will give you the best ambiance to work with so you avoid applying too much product or feeling flat and washed out.   
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Remember Your Finger Brush. It is the very best beauty tool you will ever own! Beyond the 'superior' power of your blending sponge or elite name-brand makeup brushes, your fingers offer the perfect combination of heat, oils and a gentle touch to help you look your best.
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The key to embracing the use of your fingers when it comes to applying your makeup is to get over the 'ick' factor. With clean hands, consider applying your concealer with your ring finger instead of a brush or sponge. This finger uses the lightest amount of pressure compared to its fellow digits and will help mesh your under-eye makeup with your foundation seamlessly. The key is to have patience, gently tapping and letting your finger point you in the right flawless direction.
What basic makeup tips do you use to get the look you love? Share the wealth by writing your beauty secret below!

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