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Makeup to Match The Winter

by:Unionrise     2020-07-08
Now that fall has past, it is time to update your makeup to match the winter season. There is not a lot of difference from autumn to winter colors and styles, but the winter months are far harsher on the skin than any other time of the year. This season is a mixed bag of goodies when it comes to makeup ideas. You'll see plenty of dramatic eyes and vivid colours and equally as many nude, fresh faces - so there's something for everyone! Winter is the perfect time to update your look and create a brand new you. Winter is all about taking your makeup style to new extremes, and there are a few winter makeup tips you should follow, to move from summer time diva to winter time goddess. Blush is essential when the main color around you is white. At no time should a women apply foundation and powder and just walk out of the house. The natural tones and shades of the skin are uneven and vary in color. For all over radiance, dust the blusher lightly onto your forehead, tip of the nose and chin. If pink looks awful on you, then try a peach blush instead.Lightly go over your eyelids with the blusher. Or it you have an eyeshadow a shade or two darker than the blusher, use that on your eyelids instead. This season's metallic makeup is for both day and night. The effect of today's makeup is no longer like the cheap glitter you might use for art and craft. Today's metallic makeup is subtle, albeit glamorous. It stays on longer then the powdery fairy dust of the past. Try oil based moisturizers and protective style foundations instead of lighter foundations used in summer. These will help to protect your skin from drying out and they give you a more substantial look.Instead of keeping up with the soft, sporty, sun-kissed look of the summer, one makeup tip is to begin using more bold colors in your makeup regime to take you into the fall season. Distinctive colours, ice shades, and deep backs and whites are perfect. The colours chosen when applying eye makeup for winter should reflect the colours in the clothing you are wearing out that day.For winter, a darker eye shadow, black eyeliner on the top and bottom lash lines, and two coats of black mascara will work best. Lips - dark, dramatic hues are in demand this winter - look for deep berries and plum lipsticks to add to your collection. Try layering different shades, for example your summer nudes can be glossed up for the cold with a mauve gloss on top. The most popular classic makeup style is the nude look. Even as it gets chilly, winter brings a fresh take on that nude makeup look. The ideally is to look naturally prettier than what you were born with. Using makeup to hide imperfections and to bring out your best features, subtly. For the night, get a shimmery eyeshadow and use that for the center of each eyelid. Dab a smidgen of that shimmery powder on the center of your lower lip for a fuller pout. Or choose a red lipstick for glamour.That's it for the day.
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