The basics of beauty products
If you are not a regular user of makeup or you’re just learning to use makeup, terms and uses of cosmetics may be a bit confusing. What exactly is the difference between lipstick and lip stain? Why do we need eyeliner? These questions and more are all those who carry makeup novices face. However, learning to use and apply makeup properly can be a fun and rewarding experience. The aim of this paper to describe some of the cosmetics and the most basic of proper use.
Face: The product of the most basic beauty that most women use makeup for the face is. This is usually referred to as “basic” or “foundation”. From here there are two basic types of foundation: powder and liquid. Which is best for you? It depends on your preferences, skin type, and how long you want your foundation to stay. For example, if you have oily skin, mineral-based powder may be the best. If you are looking for more coverage, a liquid may be a better choice. Liquid foundations are applied using either your fingers or a cosmetic sponge while powders are normally applied using a brush or puff cosmetic.
Eyes: The basic tools in the arsenal of eye makeup are eye shadow, eyeliner and mascara. The eye shadow color gives the face more and draws attention to the eyes. Most women love to find a shade that improves their eye color. Liner increases the volume of this effect by defining the eyes even further. Finally, the mascara adds texture and volume of eyelashes as a finishing touch. Again, preferably between beauty products here also has to do with personal choice. A liquid eyeliner makes the eyes look more defined, but is more complicated than the standard eye pencil to use. Shadows usually come in powder form, but some women prefer cream. And there are so many choices many mascara (lengthening, waterproof, thickening) as there are brands! Choose the one that best suits your needs.
Lips: If you take the time to master a beauty product, those for your lips is where you can not go wrong. Lipstick is the most fundamental of all makeup products for lips. Sometimes slightly waxy in texture, it adds color and definition of your smile. If you prefer something lighter, lip gloss may be more ideal. Fuller lips with gloss and adds a hint of color. Lip stain serves the same purpose as the lipstick, but is more wear. Finally, lip – usually available as a pencil – brings out the contours of the lips and should always be used in conjunction with a lipstick.