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Common make-up mistakes to avoid

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Feb. 02, 20 | 6:46 pm

Make-up has done a lot to boost the self-esteem of a lot of women, but if you’re not applying it right, it can also make you look far from what you actually want to achieve.

If you want to reap all the benefits of make-up, and you want to use it enhance the beauty that you already have, make sure you’re not doing these common mistakes:

Choosing the wrong lipstick

Lipstick can indeed do wonders to your look, but if you’re using the tone or type that’s not suited for you, then that lipstick will add years to your face. For instance, if your lips are narrow, avoid dark-toned lipsticks so as not to make them look even thinner. If you want them to look fuller draw and shade your natural lip line and fill it with lipstick.

Appliying too much powder on the face

The best way to look pale and a lot older? Applying too much powder! Yes, it’s great for correcting skin defects and for fixing an oily face, but it can only work if you apply in small quantities. Too much will make your look funny, something you definitely don’t want. Careful powdering the area around your eyes as well, as it will highlight all the wrinkles you may have.

Overusing mascara

Mascara is a great make-up to accentuate your eyes and make it more beautifully expressive. However, applying too much on your lower lashes will make the wrinkles around your eyes stand out. Make sure you put on just the right amount to enhance your already dazzling eyes, not the aging lines around it.

Putting on too much concealer

It’s easy to make the mistake of applying too much concealer, especially if we want to get the perfect matte effect on our face. If you’re not careful about the amount you put, you’ll end up highlighting unwanted features in your face that normally make you look old. One great way to avoid this is to use fluid concealers instead as those applying those can be easily controlled. Plus, their luminous particles help make your face look younger.

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