How to wear makeup during Halloween 2018
It’s Halloween, and all that good stuff is back!
We’ve got everything you need to make yourself feel good about wearing makeup during this special holiday season.
First of all, make sure you’re wearing foundation, not lipstick.
You don’t want to wear a bright, pink lip and the color will turn your complexion red.
Also, don’t use the same shade of lipstick over and over, it’ll start to make your face look different.
Next, apply makeup that has the desired color.
For example, go for a neutral color like a red, white, or blue.
For darker tones, you can opt for a deep burgundy.
The best part about this is that you can apply foundation over the lip color or you can wear a lighter, shimmery color.
To get the best look, choose a shade that will not make your lips stick together or show through your eyes.
To keep your makeup look natural, apply a soft, non-sticky powder on your lips and cheeks.
This will help create a more subtle effect.
The powder will also help conceal imperfections in your face and lips.
For the most dramatic look, opt for the lip liner.
Apply it with your finger and dab it on your cheekbones, chin, and browbones.
This looks much more dramatic and adds a bit of depth to your face.
If you’re going to wear your makeup during the event, wear your best makeup.
If you want to add a little flair, you could use a powdery lip balm or a lip brush to add some dimension.
If your makeup is too dark or too sheer, opt to go with a shimmery eye shadow, like a brownish-black or blue shade.
Finally, if you’re looking for a deeper, more serious look, look for a darker shade of eye shadow.
If that’s not an option, you might want to consider using a mascara.
Makeup is a great way to have fun and be the center of attention for the whole family, but it can also make you look more stressed and uncomfortable.
It can also feel like your makeup doesn’t cover your face well enough, and you might need to go to the doctor for a checkup.
If all of that is not enough, consider using lip balms to make up, or use makeup-only makeup to make sure your makeup stays on.