Thursday, June 24, 2010

Makeup advice for first timer!?

I am pale but not totally white i can wear lipgloss mascara foundation blush and eyeshadow but what would be good for me?Makeup advice for first timer!?
Well, this is what I'd recommend, even though it'd be much easier if you told us your eye and hair color.

There are two different types of application for skin that you could easily use. Firstly, apply a concealer on your red areas and then ';set it in'; so that it lasts all day with a powder, not a foundation.

Secondly, you cold use an inexpensive brand of mineral foundation instead.

As far as blush goes, only use it if your looking dull and sulky. Don't use this product if you have a breakout, there will be too much redness and ruin the look. Cream blush is nice. Just warm with your hands then blend with your fingers. Stay away from shimmers.

Mascara is a MUST. Black or black/brown should work perfectly. Water proof is nice to have. And it doesn't matter what kind it is (lengthening, voluming, ETC.)

For eyeshadow, I'd just use highlight powder. Like a off white shade on the brow bone and inner corners of the eye.

Lip balm or chapstick/

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- Instead of foundation, go for a tinted moisturizer. It's not as heavy.

Look at Target, Sonia Kashuk and Aveeno both make one.


Find a good moisturizer and then apply translucent powder all over your face. (Try Clinique.)

- Sally Hansen Natural Beauty makes nice blush.鈥?/a>

- Urban Decay Eyeshadow. Fantastic! Tons of shades to choose from.鈥?/a>

- Maybelline mascara works great. (black)

- Try some regular chap stick (Softlips) or a Neutrogena lip tint.

Make sure to buy a brush set and make up remover as well. Target or CVS carry these.

Buy a nice facial cleanser to keep your skin clear.

Well, in the title of your question it says that you are a first timer for make up. I'd use tinted moisturiser instead of foundation, as its lighter and less likely to go streaky, and easier to apply, Use a little bit of blush, but don't overdo it. You could use pinky and peachy shades of lipgoss.
Alright, it really depends on how pale you are.

If you're a porcelain skin color, this is what I recommend.

If you're younger than 14, I wouldn'tt recommend all of this.

I'd only say the lip and blush.


A pink gives you a nice rosy look鈥?/a>

This purplish color works very well with people with white skin, it looks different, and very pretty.鈥?/a>

For a more natural look, go for bronze/gold鈥?/a>


A little eyeliner, pencil should work best. If you want to create a smoky eye, look it up. It's easy and there are many videos on how to do the proper smokey eye.鈥?/a>鈥?/a>

Lilac will give you a sexy smoldering look, apply lightly though. If you go any darker, it'll look like you got a blooming black eye.鈥?/a>

Metallic looks great on pale skin tones.鈥?/a>


A nice bright pink will give you a rosy look.鈥?/a>鈥?/a>

A nude color would look natural and very sexy if you're very pale.鈥?/a>
You should definitely wear mascara, if you only have time for one thing use mascara. I don't think you should use foundation, find maybe a good powder bronzer and a light pink color blush. And for lipgloss you can do whatever you want.
look for peachy shades of lip gloss and blush. those will be the most flattering. for eyeshadow, i'd stick with neutral tones until you get the hang of applying them. and for mascara, brown would probably look best since black can be a bit harsh. good luck!
A touch of bronzer would go good :)

it would give you a nice shimmery glow,not to much though can make your face go shiny %26lt;3

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