Help for the morning?

Help for the morning?

Does anyone know which is the easiest way to look perfect in the morning, with a little make-up?
Not too showy, just to
refresh your face?
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Like 1 layer of foundation , some concealer and a tiny bit of mascara would look perfect for the morning :)
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Tinted moisturizer with a little powder foundation to set. It's super fast, and it'll give you that refreshed look!
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a little fondation but a natural color and a tiny bit of mascara.
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Try a good moisturizer, loose powder and blush. You'll look bright and fresh-faced! Add some clear gloss too if you'd like :P
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probably just a little foundation and concealer :)
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My recommendation would be to wash your face with warm water (opens pores, releases oil), then follow up with colder water (shrinks pores, reduces swelling under eyes, and will make you feel and look more "awake"). If your skin is naturally a little oily, leave it as-is. If you think it gets a bit dry throughout the day, add a moisturizer now, while your skin is most receptive to it.

For your eyes, apply one swipe of mascara that's in a dark brown or black (since you have dark brown hair, you can probably get away with black) to both the top and bottom lashes. Comb through your lashes with a lash separator. If you have dark circles, use a touch of concealer.

Apply a basic lip balm (up to you on what type). Now, apply a tinted lip gloss that's 2 shades darker than your natural lip color.

You can stop here and look beautiful with just a hint of color in your face. :o)

If you want to take it a step further, dip an eyeliner brush in water and then in a dark brown or dark gray eyeshadow. Line your top lash line, and the outer 1/3 of your lower lash line. Blend the lower lash line inward until the line reaches 1/2 way.

For eyeshadow, apply a color (matte or slight satin shimmer) that's close to your natural skin tone. Apply a color a couple shades darker (in a brown, taupe, or copper) lightly in your crease. To look more "awake" and "ready to face the day", a quick trick is to add white or a very pale cream to the inner corner of your eye.
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