When you look like you don’t have a lot of pigment, adding color to the surface of your skin is one of the easiest ways to add some more dimension.
Here’s how to add natural, vibrant, and natural color to skin.
Find your natural color, or highlight it 2.
Apply a little foundation 3.
Apply bronzer 4.
Add a touch of blush 5.
Apply blush concealer 6.
Apply mascara 7.
Add some highlight to your skin to create a dramatic, sparkly look.
Apply concealer to blend in a natural shade of your choice.
If you want to add a touch more color to a colorant you might have applied previously, apply it with a primer.
You’ll find that most primer formulas have a very small amount of color, so you can use as much or as little as you’d like to add.
This is especially true if you use a primer that has a very thin consistency like Urban Decay Primer Potion, which has a formula of about 1/2 a teaspoon of color.
To find your color, start with a dark brown color like a brown or yellow.
Add more light or dark brown, depending on how you’d use your colorant before.
Next, apply a little color with your fingers.
Use a little bit at a time, and do it until you find a light, yellow-ish color that is almost as bright as the darkest brown color.
For example, if you have a dark gray or a brown color on your face, apply two to three drops of yellow to your cheeks, then apply a few more drops on top.
You can also use lighter colors to add more of a dramatic look.
This color is best applied under foundation and can be mixed with another color to give a darker, more intense color.
If you have dry skin, you can also blend a few drops of a lighter color on top of the lighter, darker brown color, which adds a subtle touch of color to areas of your face that are dry.
Apply the foundation to your whole face.
Apply your primer to the base of your cheekbones, your nose, and your forehead.
Then, apply your foundation to the top of your cheeks.
For a better definition of your brow bone, apply more of the foundation.
You should now have a natural, natural, bright, natural-looking color on the skin.
Apply makeup to your lips and neck.
Apply an eye liner or blush, depending if you’d applied foundation before or after.
Apply eyeshadow to the inner corners of your eyes and to the lashes and make them appear longer, which will make them more defined.
Apply some lip gloss.
This will give your lips a little shine and give them a bit of a glow.
Add an eye shadow to your nose.
Apply eye shadow on your cheeks and the corners of the mouth.
Apply shadow over your cheek bones, or cheek creases and the inner lips.
Apply lipstick to your cheek.
Apply eyeliner over your eyes.