There’s no need to spend hours in front of a mirror to look stunning — you just have to know a few little beauty secrets.
We at WeGoRo asked a professional makeup artist to uncover some of the secrets that will allow you to do all kinds of basic makeup in just five minutes.
Good makeup depends, first of all, on well-prepared skin. Any skin type needs moisturizing. Choose your skin care based on your type and the season:
You can also use illuminizers to visually smooth down the skin and create the "photoshop effect" in a matter of seconds. It’s important to shade the product with a finger or synthetic brush.
Keep in mind: If your skin is oily, use this trick with care and choose dry textures.
Ladies with dry skin should use oily textures. And if you have any peeling skin, discard this idea altogether because shiny particles will only highlight the imperfections and give the opposite impression.
Dense lipstick isn’t necessary for everyday use — light tints are trendy today.
Avoid excessive glitter — use a matte cheek color according to your skin type to make it look fresh.
Try to apply the color as closely to your eyelashes as possible. Ideally, apply it between them — that will make them look darker and denser.
Red lipstick is once again in the mainstream. To make it look delicate, blot your lips on a paper tissue. If you’re really short on time, apply the lipstick in spots, and then shade it with your fingers.
Underline your cheekbones: draw a sculptor line under the cheekbone from the upper part of the ear almost to the lips, leaving about an inch. The line should be broader at the beginning. Shade the line well.
In addition: Add some natural-tint shadow on your eyelid fold and shade it.
If you want to draw attention to your dress, choose a shadow of a corresponding color. If you want to accentuate your uniqueness, use a contrasting shadow that becomes your eyes. You may also want to add some glitter.
Lots of glitter is the latest trend.
Photographer Roman Zakharchenko, makeup artist Olga Kutsenko, model Gulchachak Garaeva for BrightSide.me