Often less is better when it comes to makeup. A glamorous look is all well and good, but for daily occasions, such as school or work, it’s just not realistic. Natural makeup, rather than disguising defects, will improve your features. It is an easy approach that focuses on a few main areas, including skin, eyes and lips, and subtly brings out their best. You’ll use less materials, take less time, and in order to achieve the look, you don’t need to know any advanced techniques. Read on to find out how to use fast and simple videos to get the natural makeup look and be inspired.
Take Care of Your Skin
Having a perfect canvas to work on is the secret to great makeup, so it’s important to have a decent skincare routine. When it comes to natural makeup, this is particularly necessary because you will be wearing a lighter foundation or concealer. There are a few additional steps that you can take to get your skin radiant, as well as washing and toning. To ensure your skin has a smooth texture, first clear up acne and blackheads. Next, with calming, hydrating items formulated for sensitive skin, treat any redness or discomfort. Finally, eliminate fine lines and retinol or serum Vitamin C pigmentation.
Use Moisturizer, Sunblock & Primer
It is important to ensure that your skin is moisturized and covered from the sun, as well as prepared, before you get started with your natural makeup look. The type of moisturizer you apply will depend on your type of skin, oily, dry, or combination, but depending on the season, this may vary. Wearing a high-spectrum sunblock (one that protects you against both UVA and UVB rays) every day is the most important anti-aging part. Next, it is prime time! After putting your makeup on, Primer helps your skin look even more perfect. It not only blurs out lines and pores, but also provides a smooth base to slide into your foundation and keeps it in place throughout the day. Combine your moisturizer, sunblock, and primer in one move with a BB cream if you’re pressed for time in the morning.
Apply foundation on face
In general, a natural look needs only one or two subtle eye shadows, which means that there is no risk of visible fallout, so it’s okay to put it first on your base. You want to pick a foundation with light to medium coverage to achieve a natural makeup look, as a heavy foundation will almost remove your features. Liquid forms usually have the most natural finish, and to produce a fresh, dewy glow, you can mix a drop of illuminator into them. It is important that you select a formula that fits your type of skin, as well as the shade that is closest to your skin. Finally, the application is the most important step in building a base for a natural look. Make sure you start sparingly and blend precisely around your hairline, neck, and jaw, whether you use a brush, sponge, or your fingers. You don’t want to make it look like you are wearing a mask!
Apply concealer and face Powder
The concealer is a must to get the ideal makeup look. Ensure that you use it sparingly, though, as you still want to appear normal. You can may prefer not to disguise the freckles. Pick a product that has the same texture as your base, so it blends seamlessly; it will look patchy if your base is dewy and your concealer is matte, or vice versa. To fix various issues, use two different colors; one that is the same hue as your base for blemishes, and one that is one to two shades lighter under eye circles for brightening darkness. Apply your concealer with a brush and use the tip of your finger to blend it in. Dust over some of the setting powder, then. To add extra luminosity, use a banana powder under your eyes to apply a little transparent powder to keep everything else in place.
Choose suitable color for blush on
The best accent for a natural makeup look is a touch of blush. It gives a safe and youthful glow and adds dimension to your face. Your natural flush is the best cheek color that will seamlessly flatter the undertones of your skin. This could range from pale pink, deep rose, or even mauve to apricot. There are many different kinds of blush, but a blush of the same texture can blend over it without streaking or caking if you’ve set your foundation with powder. For the most natural finish, use a big, fluffy brush and start at the apple of your cheeks, then blend up and out. Keeping the look subtle is crucial, though, so if you feel like the color is too strong, go over it to mute it back down with the brush you used for your foundation.
Apply Eyeliner gently
When applying natural makeup, you should go without eyeliner. Only curl your lashes or add a light mascara layer, and you’re all right to go! You can subtly improve the shape of your eyes and make your lashes appear thicker with eyeliner if you have a little more time. Instead of bolder shades, stick to plain brown or black, and add it to your upper lash line only. Don’t mess with complex strategies like a wing. Instead, use a gentle pencil then delicately smudge and blend the substance into the roots of your upper lashes.
Use some moisturizer on lips
Nobody wants lips that are dry, chapped, or flaky! As it sucks moisture out of your skin, the cause of this problem is typically dry, cold, and windy weather. Exfoliate away any dead skin with a soft, hydrating lip scrub before you apply your lip balm. You may also buff them with a toothbrush that is very soft. It makes the lips look better and brings out their natural color by exfoliating. First, add a balm or lip mask and let it soak in for a few minutes. You can also go the extra mile at this stage and put on a plumping balm or serum to make your lips appear wider and darker in color. The lipstick and polish will go on smoothly by prepping your pout.
Select Eye shadow For a Natural Look
Natural beauty is all about flattering your features, so you can make the most of the shape of your peepers with your eyeshadow. Neutrals fits all eye shades, such as soft browns, beige, peach, and taupe. In the outer third, deepen the strength of the hue and use a lighter color to highlight the inner corner. Think of it as an outline for the eyes. Your eyebrows are equally important: brush through them with a spoolie and fill a pencil in any gaps. The quickest way of shaping your face is to have softly formed brows. Here, makeup guru Angela Bright teaches you how to put together an everyday look that is flawless and understated. You can also see tutorial on how to apply eye shadow for a natural look.
Tutorial for Natural Makeup
For beginners, this simple and straightforward tutorial from YouTube beauty guru Laura Lee is perfect. To produce a stunning final look, which incorporates flawless skin, a subtle contour, and a nude lip, Laura uses less than ten items. She brings out her eyes with a generous coating of mascara – no eyeliner or false lashes needed! As Laura says, for school or work, this is great everyday makeup. The best part is that this video is just six minutes long, so you can use a flash to recreate her look.