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Makeup Tricks to Help You Pop Your Beauty Game

by Nathan Zachary

Do you have any idea how amazing your eyes can look with the right makeup? They can make you seem more awake, more intelligent, and more fun! But while many women think they know all there is to know about eye makeup, there are plenty of little tricks and tips that can improve their appearance if they’d only take the time to learn them! Here are twelve makeup tricks by Speaks Beauty to help you up your beauty game!

Apply Your Foundation Before Concealer

If you’re going for a heavier coverage foundation, it’s best to apply it before you conceal. This way, the foundation is sitting on top of the skin and won’t get absorbed into the pores like concealer would. Plus, applying it first will help your concealer stay in place better and look more natural.

Place a small amount of foundation on your fingers, then apply it all over your face. Start at the center of your forehead and work outward toward both cheeks. Be careful not to use too much product, as that can make skin look cakey or too heavy.

Maintain Your Eyebrows with a Spoolie Brush

In addition to picking the right color, eyebrow makeup is all about shaping your brows. A spoolie brush will help you comb through any stray hairs and keep your eyebrows looking neat and groomed. For a defined look, use an eyebrow pencil in a light color that matches your hair color or a powder shadow in the same shade as your brows. For a softer look, use an eyebrow pencil in a dark brown or black or eyeshadow in brown, black, or gray.

Brows are also important for keeping unwanted skin oils from accumulating on your face. Using an oil-blotting sheet can do wonders for mattifying your makeup, especially if it’s already beginning to wear off from hot summer days at work or school. There are several different kinds on the market: choose whichever one feels most comfortable for your skin type!

Exfoliate Your Lips Before Applying Lipstick

Exfoliating your lips before applying lipstick is a great way to avoid looking like you have a bad case of chapped lips. Use a lip scrub that contains sugar or salt for the best results. Start with one swipe of the scrub and rub it in for about 20 seconds. Then, use a tissue or towel to remove any excess product from your lips. It’s important not to over-scrub, as this can irritate your skin and cause dryness.

Once you’ve removed all the excess scrub, apply a thin layer of lip balm to moisturize your lips. You’ll want to do this after every application of lipstick as well. Remember: always put on more than less when applying lip balm!

Melt Your Pencil Liner to Help It Glide

Watch the video for step-by-step instructions on how to melt your pencil liner! Pick up a pencil eyeliner in one hand and an old hair dryer in the other. Switch it on, hold it about 10 inches from the tip of your eye and move it back and forth quickly. The heat from the dryer will help soften up the wax in the formula, making it easier to blend or smudge out with a finger.

If you’re looking for a bold lip but don’t want something as intense as red: If you want something bright and vibrant but don’t want red lipstick like so many other people wear these days, try mauve or fuchsia colors! Either of these colors is beautiful on most skin tones, are really wearable, and can make you feel more confident than wearing just plain pink lips.

Use a Spoon as a Mascara Shield

When you want a quick and easy way to put on mascara without getting it all over your eyelids, try using a spoon. Place the bowl of the spoon over your eye. Then, with the handle of the spoon, apply the mascara as you would normally. When you’re done applying your makeup for eyes, simply remove the spoon from your eye and voila! All the mascara is neatly confined in the spoon instead of everywhere else.

Revive Mascara with Saline Solution

1. Dip cotton swab in water and squeeze until dry, then dip it in saline solution.

2. Gently dab the wet end of the cotton swab on the inside of your mascara wand.

3. Gently wipe the tip of your wand from top to bottom, as if you were wiping off excess product with a tissue or napkin.

4. Place your mascara back on its original packaging for safekeeping and allow it to air-dry overnight before using it again! If you don’t have any saline solution on hand, dampen a paper towel or tissues with warm water and gently swipe over the top of the tube.

5. After that, use a Q-tip to carefully clean up around the rim of your applicator tube where makeup can get stuck over time. Remember that all these tricks are meant to extend your makeup’s lifespan; they will not work as well if they are done constantly!

Plump Your Lashes with Translucent Powder

1) Begin by taking your translucent powder and placing it at the base of your lashes. This will help to plump them up and make them appear thicker. Be careful not to apply too much or you’ll end up with lumps.

2) Next, take your mascara wand and brush it through the top of your lashes while slowly pulling it back out. This motion will add extra volume and help the lashes to stand out more.

3) Finally, apply one coat of mascara on the top and one on the bottom. By separating them, you’ll create more depth in your lashes than if you were only applying mascara on one side.

Apply Eyelash Glue with a Bobby Pin

1. To apply eyelash glue with a bobby pin, first dip the bottom of a bobby pin in the glue and make sure it’s fully covered.

2. Then, gently put the bobby pin down on your eye lid where you want your lashes to start and hold it there until the glue becomes tacky – usually 5-10 seconds.

3. Once the glue becomes tacky, carefully place your lashes onto your eyelid where you want them to go, starting at the outside corner of your eye and going inward toward your nose.

4. Wait 10-15 minutes for them to dry before blinking or applying anything else on top of them!

Set Your Lip Color with a Tissue and Powder

If you’re planning on doing a full face of makeup, this is a great way to set your lip color for the day. This trick will also work if you use lipstick as your lip color, so you don’t have to worry about it smudging all over your face. Just put some powder on the back of your hand and dip the tip of the tissue into it. Then blot your lips with the tissue until they are fully coated in powder.

Start off your eyeshadow by wetting your brush: When applying eyeshadow, start by wetting the brush before dipping it into whatever color you want to apply first. Doing so helps create an even coverage that doesn’t look like one big glob of shadow on your lids. It also ensures that colors stay true because excess moisture from the brush won’t affect them too much.

 Mix Your Own Lip Color with Petroleum Jelly

Mixing your own lip color is a fun way to customize the shade of lipstick that you want. Mix one tablespoon petroleum jelly with three tablespoons of clear lip gloss. Add more petroleum jelly or clear lip gloss if you need more substance, and stir thoroughly. Apply it to your lips and enjoy your new custom lipstick!

Make sure to store in an airtight container for later use. Mix two shades of eye shadow together: To give your eyes some extra pop, try mixing two different shades of eye shadow. Choose some wearable combinations like gold/tan, navy/aqua blue, or pink/gold. The result will make your eyes look bigger and brighter!

Use a Brush Handle as a Contour Guide

The most difficult part of contouring is making sure that the placement of your lines is just right. That’s why one of our favorite makeup tricks is using a brush handle as a guide! In this video, we’ll show you how to use it! All you need is a liquid or cream foundation and your trusty brush handle.

First, place the handle at where you want your forehead to end. From there, move down until the handle hits your nose and then out from the corners of your mouth about 3 inches for cheeks. Finally, connect everything by following along the natural curve of your cheekbone with the edge of a blending brush on each side. Now all that’s left is blending with some powder foundation!

Map Your Contours with a Brow Pencil

Eyebrows are the most important part of your makeup because they frame your eyes, balance out any facial asymmetry, and prevent you from aging prematurely. To map your eyebrows, first measure where they should start and end on your face by following the natural line of the brow bone. Next, fill in sparse spots with a brow pencil and brush it through with a spoolie.

Lastly, use an eyebrow gel to hold everything in place. A dab of concealer can hide dark circles: You may think that all concealers are created equal, but this isn’t true. Different formulas contain different ingredients that do different things for your skin. Find one that’s oil-free and has moisturizing properties so it won’t dry out the skin around your eyes.

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