Putting on make-up and lipstick is an important part of a beauty regime which helps with the overall appearance of an individual. The way in which a person wears make-up can either boost or lower their confidence, so choosing the right make-up is a must.
What is make-up?
Make-up which falls under the cosmetics family are coloured products used to alter the user’s appearance; it could either be used to enhance or disguise the appearance of the wearer. Most people use make up design because it enhances their appearance and boosts confidence and self-esteem by concealing blemishes. Make-up and the whole cosmetics family are very important for the enhancement of appearance and smell of the body; it includes products such as skincare creams, lotions, powders, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail and toe nail polish, eye and facial makeup. Currently, make-up comes in two types, synthetic and natural with more people opting for natural make-up these days as synthetic products can irritate the skin. Natural make-up also: · Decreases wrinkles · Provides sun protection · Reduces breakouts · Protects sensitive skin
How to choose make-up and lipstick
The beauty and cosmetic industry is huge and is made up of hundreds of brands, so choosing the right make-up and lipstick is not as simple as one will consider it to be. Besides, there is nothing worse than walking around in a shade and colour of make-up that is completely wrong for you; cheap make-up can easily make the wearer look like a clown. That is why this article details out a few tips on how to choose the right make-up and lipstick for you. · Always choose a make-up and lip stick colour that complements and accentuates the natural shade of your lips and skin. Remember that certain colours look better with certain skin tones than others -plums and deep reds go better with dark skin tones, while lighter skin tones go better with light-brown beiges with pink or orange undertones. · Always wear lighter colours during the day and keep darker shades for night time. For a glamorous evening look, opt for a glossy lipstick. · When using a lip liner, choose a shade darker in the same colour of your lipstick. · If unhappy with the lipstick colour available, it is possible to create your own shade by combining colours. This can be done by applying each colour to your lips with a lip brush and then blending it with the brush on your lips. Tip: Test make-up and lipstick shades to see which ones work best for you and remember that deep shade lipsticks go best with light make-up.