Foundation is optional. Though it is beneficial for dry skin, delicate or mature skin as it gives you another layer of protection from the elements.
Mascara is optional if your lashes are dark.
What you do need is :
- Eyeliner that matches your lash color or your mascara if you are using mascara
- A concealer that matches your skin color, or the color of your foundation if you do use one
- A rosy lipstick
- A rosy blush
After cleansing, toning and moisturizing your face, scrutinize your face in the mirror.
Using a concealer brush, dab on the concealer over each blemish and blend it in with your fingers.
Take a lip brush. Dip it into the lipstick. Then paint your lips. Line the lips first then color them in.
Is your face pale?
Take a blusher brush and dip it into the blusher powder. Dust off the excess onto the back of your hand.
Brush, in circular motions from below the cheekbones under the center of each eye, outwards. Lightly. You don’t want to look like a clown.
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.
Next, draw a line as close to your upper eyelash as possible, from inner corner to outer corner of he eye, thickening the line once you reach the middle of the eye.
If your lashes are light, brush on 1 coat of mascara from the base to the tips of the upper eyelashes. Then hold the wand vertically and paint mascara lightly on the lower lashes.
That’s it for the day.
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.