Remember when I said that you should be taking care of your skin? That you should be using a cleanser? Well girls, after you cleanse, make sure that you are picking out a moisturizer that works for your skin type! Whether you have dry skin, sensitive skin or combination skin, you want to find a moisturizer that works for your skin type!
To get the most out of your moisturizer, first prime your skin. While in the shower, use a loofah or an exfoliating body scrub a few times a week to exfoliate. Removing dead skin cells before adding a moisturizing lotion or cream may help your skin absorb the product and increase hydration.
then, within three minutes of getting out of the bath or shower, apply lotion to trap the moisture on your skin. By adding this step to your regular routine, you can ditch dry, itchy skin for good.
To ensure your facial skin stays blemish-free, look for moisturizers that are oil-free and noncomedogenic, or designed not to clog pores. Even if you struggle with breakouts, you should still use a moisturizer. In fact, applying a moisturizing lotion immediately after a topical acne medication can help to reduce dryness and irritation caused by the medicine. If the medicine is causing itching or stinging, however, then you might try applying the moisturizer first
If you aren’t into lip balm, that’s okay girls, lip gloss is another thing that you can use! Lip gloss is something that will keep your lips looking smooth and shiny! I actually love when the lip gloss has some tint to it, but that’s just me. You can still go all natural but still have a bit of tint to your lip gloss!
As a teenager, you’ve still got to follow all of the tips and tricks to take care of your skin! Your skin is at it’s most vulnerable, so that means that you really have to take care of it! Use a great cleanser that will keep the acne away.
It controls and balances the skin’s acid mantle. It regulates skin sebum production and oxygenates tissues. Its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties help remove spots, speed healing and reduce the appearance of redness.
Anti-Acne Hydrating Gel: Especially recommended for acne-prone skin with impurities. Rebalance the acid mantle of the skin without adding a drop of oil. It has healing, smoothing, moisturising and anti-inflammatory properties.
Instructions for use: Apply a generous amount of gel in the morning after cleansing and toning the skin to stay hydrated throughout the day. It is an excellent foundation for make-up.
For teenagers who are not used on wearing lipstick, id advise them to use lip balm instead! There are many benefits of using lip balms. It looks perfect, doesn’t tint your lips and it gives you the Oh-so-silky and soft feeling.
That’s a beauty tip for everyone basically, from pre-teens, teens, to even adults who want to escape from makeup yet keep their lips beautiful and soft.
Applying makeup is a form of art! in order to master that art one should be able to know how different shapes should need different techniques.
learn to apply your eyeshadow based on your eyes shape.
Almond eyes : considered to have perfect proportions, any eye technique will work.
Down turned eyes: the focus for this eye shape, is to shade up and out. Apply liner closer to the upper lash line and blend shadow along the socket line in the outer 2/3 of the eyes. Curling lashes and applying mascara can also help lift the eyes.
Close set Eyes: eyes narrower than one eye width are regarded as close set. Use light colors on the inner corners, and extend the outer corners using dark colors. Line outer corners, use mascara on outer corners.
Hooded eyes : A fold of skin hangs over the socket line. This happens with age. Use matte colors in medium to dark and keep eye makeup simple.
Deep set eyes: The eye is deep into the socket, with a small mobile lid. Apply light colors on the mobile lid, with a deeper color on an just above the socket line, blending up and out.
Protruding eyes : this eye shade has a bulge from the sock to the lash and can be difficult to work with. The best way to shade this eye is to use medium to dark matte colors as illustrated.
Loose powder alone can act as sheer foundation, by toning down the shine and evening out the skin.
To avoid uneven distribution, shake off excess powder from the sponge or brush before applying to the face.
Adding extra loose powder just under the eye, down the bridge of the nose, and right under the bottom lip, at the tart of your makeup application, can result in the subtle highlighting of these spots when you’re finished. Powder, under the eye, also helps catch falling shadow and mascara, which can be easily brushed away when you’re done.
Fresh-faced look is always in style, and when it comes to going natural, there are a few key things to keep in mind. Get an effortless beauty look that so many stars are rocking these days.
1. Apply a Tinted Moisturizer: use a sponge to blend the lightweight base on the face, which gives a more natural look than a traditional foundation and a dewy skin.
2. Add Powder Blush to Cheeks: swipe on a peachy blush to the apples of the cheeks to enhance the skin radiance.
3. Use a black Gel Eyeliner Pencil Along the Eyelid: the hue gives your eyes a soft pop
4. Apply Mascara: brush mascara close to lash line. ALWAYS fully frame the eyes, This is a step you should never skip!
5. Blend a dark pink, Light pink and a golden eyeshadow : always blend your eyeshadow to have a perfect and clean color combination.
6. apply pink lipstick : a pinky lipstick complements your look and fits every woman .