Ever wondered how is it possible that all the stars look stunning on the red carpet? It’s the magic hand of their stylists. Hairstylists, make-up stylists, and designers. No sign of pimples, wrinkles, scars, rash, black points. Only brightness, brilliance, and a healthy skin. We shall share a few tips, a few secrets for maintaining your face always young, healthy, and radiant.
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The first step would be to darken the prominent parts that make your face look swollen. You may use a dark color powder, taupe gray or dark brown, depends on the type of skin you have. Be sure to mix the colors so you won’t get that face-mask effect.
Shape the bottom of the cheek-bones with a layer of brown powder, then apply blush to the temples but not in the interior area of the face. The effect will be amazing.
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It’s easy! Apply a brilliance gel on the entire face, and a layer of brown powder on your forehead, on temples and chin. You create a balance of light and dark color.
[singlepic id=469 h=160 float=left]Before starting that elaborate make-up be sure that your face is perfectly clean. If you have problems with excess sebum, use a quality thermal water to get rid of that unaesthetic grease, then apply a cream to minimize the pores size. Don’t do the mistake of believing that if you have oily skin, any cream will make it even greasier. There are creams specially designed to fight with sebum and dilated pores, while hydrating your skin. Before applying foundation cream or powder, apply a layer of gel anti brilliance in the T-area, forehead, nose and chin.
Moisturizing cream is the key! If your skin has spots here and there, it is not hydrated enough and some capillary vessels were broken, creating the unaesthetic redness. If you have an important event and you want to look stunning, this is what you have to do: apply a layer of moisturizing cream, and then foundation. Hide spots with proof reader, before applying foundation cream. Another tip: apply self-tanning powder!