How to make the perfect back to school makeup And…
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How to make the perfect back to school makeup And hair!
For back to school u want to look fresh and like u just walked off the beachYou will need:
Your hair hould be lightly damp
Hair elastic (2)
Be able to braid!
And I like to use l'oreal studio mineral effects messy paste
Smoky brown eyeshadow
Shimmery (white) eyeshadow primer
Step 1: Hair. (the night b4)If u just come fresh from the shower then let your hair air dry until it is slightly damp. Then (AFTER BRUSHING!) pull it into light and somewhat loose braids. Not French braids or fishtail. Just plain old ones that u might have worn in kindergarden.
Then in the morning carefully untangle your braids. Do NOT brush through them. You should have done that the night b4. Then take your messy paste and put it on the tips of your fingers. Take it and attempt at proofing up your hair with it. Give your hair volume. Use hairspray to fix up any errors and VOLA! Your back to school hair!
Step 2: Makeup!First wash your face with your daily cleanser and moisturize. Once your face is prepped I typically start with my foundation. Take it and Dab it on your fingers. Then lightly rub it in a circular motion across your face. After your done dab whatever coverup you may need for problem spots (acne, redspots)
Then apply your powder to seal the makeup.
Next do your eyes. Start out with your eyeliner. I use a pencil eyeliner because it is easier and less messy then liquid eyeliner. Take the liner and go from the inner corner of your eye in a straight line to a millimeter past the outer corner. Now take your eyeshadow and mix a chocolately brown with a shimmering eyeshadow primer. The effect will be a smokey and easy eyeshadow! Apply it from the corner of your eye and up to your brow bone (Nothing higher). Next is your mascara!(after curling) For lashes in need of volume (and) length then take your brush and apply a simple coat. Then take the brush and shake it back and forth on the lashes to seperate them. Then go to the tip of the lashes and pull them upward. The effect is long and full looking lashes every time. Now your almost done! For olive to slightly tanned skinned individuals use your brown eyeshadow or use a golden blush to highlight your cheekbones. For light skinned people (such as myself) take a light pink blush and apply it to just under the cheekbone. VOLA! Your all prepped and ready for the first day back!