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Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:11 pm      Reply with quote
There are so many makeup mistakes done by many makeup stylists. Though, we must be able to see what enhances our natural beauty and what makes us look ridiculous. Take a look to some of the most common makeup mistakes and learn how to avoid them in order to get a perfect look in any occasion. Rolling Eyes

First and foremost mistake women do is choosing the wrong foundation and concealer color. You could have beautiful skin and perfect application technique, but if youíre wearing a foundation that doesnít exactly match your natural skin tone, the results are going to look awful. By picking a shade thatís an exact match, youíll make it very easy to get a flawless looking face.

When applying eye makeup, the purpose should be to enhance the beauty of your eyes. The other one mistake women make is that they are not blending enough the colors of blush and eye shadow when applying. And the result is unaesthetic pronounced lines between two different colors which ruin your make up. For a natural effect, you need to be sure that there are no distinguishable traces. For better results, use a brush or a sponge.

Just get the liner as close to the lashes as possible and also avoid wearing mascara on your bottom eye lashes. Donít use eyeliner, especially liquid liner, to exaggerate the shape of the eyes or attempt fancy tricks to make your eyes look larger and Lashes should look natural, not spiky. So if you have very long lashes on the bottom, adding mascara looks odd, and sometimes it smudges onto the skin.

Now it comes to the lip make up. Many times you choose the wrong lip liner color, just make sure that the shade of your lip liner should match with your lipstick. If your lips are not in the condition do apply the lipstick then avoid applying lipstick as it will look worse. If they are chapped, use the lipstick with lip balm or you can apply a lipstick with moisturizer.

It is already known fact that the makeup base should have the same color, or it should be as close as possible to the one of your skin complexion. If the color of the makeup base is lighter, you'll get an ashy, Iíll look.

Generally, we are applying a blush to get effect, we are looking for is natural and healthy glow. If you will use it in access then it looks like artificial and a clown face. So blush should be applied according to the requirement. And while choosing blush you need to be very careful in choosing the right blush for you as its color should be close to that of your skin tone.

The time of occasion also does matter in doing make up. Lighter, softer colors work great for a daytime look, while darker shades work amazing for an evening event. Apply lip liner starting from the center of the upper lip, and the lowest point of the lower lip, and continuing slowly to the outer corners of the mouth. Smile

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Mon Aug 30, 2010 4:13 am      Reply with quote
Great tips! Also I feel as us ladies age we sometimes need to change our make up routine. I am now 48 and cannot wear the same kind of make up I did 10-20 years ago. Well I can but I would look rather silly.

I just wanted to add I am a new member here, thanks to my daughter who is always asking me to join the EDS forum and that I would enjoy some of the topics. I have now finaly become a member. I hope I can become a regular user here. I am also quite new to the internet, so excuse any mistakes I make.
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Mon Aug 30, 2010 5:20 am      Reply with quote
Natalie62 wrote:
Great tips! Also I feel as us ladies age we sometimes need to change our make up routine. I am now 48 and cannot wear the same kind of make up I did 10-20 years ago. Well I can but I would look rather silly.

I just wanted to add I am a new member here, thanks to my daughter who is always asking me to join the EDS forum and that I would enjoy some of the topics. I have now finaly become a member. I hope I can become a regular user here. I am also quite new to the internet, so excuse any mistakes I make.


Good point, Natalie62. I definitely follow the rule of less is more when it comes to makeup as I've gotten older. I no longer wear eye makeup, other than mascara. I'm down to foundation, setting powder, blush and mascara. It sure saves on time too.

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Mon Aug 30, 2010 5:29 am      Reply with quote
Natalie62 wrote:
Great tips! Also I feel as us ladies age we sometimes need to change our make up routine. I am now 48 and cannot wear the same kind of make up I did 10-20 years ago. Well I can but I would look rather silly.

I just wanted to add I am a new member here, thanks to my daughter who is always asking me to join the EDS forum and that I would enjoy some of the topics. I have now finaly become a member. I hope I can become a regular user here. I am also quite new to the internet, so excuse any mistakes I make.


Welcome, Natalie62. Hide your credit cards, and have a great time on the forum! Laughing

I agree, great tips. I am 47 and just starting to wear make-up so these are tips I can really use!!
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Mon Aug 30, 2010 5:36 am      Reply with quote
rileygirl wrote:
Natalie62 wrote:
Great tips! Also I feel as us ladies age we sometimes need to change our make up routine. I am now 48 and cannot wear the same kind of make up I did 10-20 years ago. Well I can but I would look rather silly.

I just wanted to add I am a new member here, thanks to my daughter who is always asking me to join the EDS forum and that I would enjoy some of the topics. I have now finaly become a member. I hope I can become a regular user here. I am also quite new to the internet, so excuse any mistakes I make.


Welcome, Natalie62. Hide your credit cards, and have a great time on the forum! Laughing

I agree, great tips. I am 47 and just starting to wear make-up so these are tips I can really use!!


I guess we're going in opposite directions, Riley. Laughing

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Mon Aug 30, 2010 7:34 am      Reply with quote
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I guess we're going in opposite directions, Riley. Laughing



LOL! I only will be wearing it my 2 days on the campus, as I would like to look at least a little nice walking around amongst the younger kids! Laughing
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