Beauty Tips on How to do Runway Makeup

More beauty tips for all women out there! This time let’s know some makeup tricks that will update your usual looks.

eye Makeup – Dramatic Eyes

dramatic eyes

How To Do It:
Black is the color of choice here. Set the eye area with concealer, then use liquid eyeliner on your upper lashline, creating a wing tup at the outer corner of the eye. Not comfortable with liquid liner? Replace it wirh a kohl pencil, which comes after applying black eyeshadow from the base of your lashes up to your brow bone. Line your lower lashline too, and blend all visible lines witha cotton tip or blending brush.


Monochromatic Paletter

mono

How To Do It:
Because this look doesn’t utilize any bright color to highlight, clear skin is an absolute must. After cleansing, treat your skin to a moisture infused mask for 10 minutes, then even out sin with your choice of foundation. Stick to color-related shades of shades of sand, ochre, and taupe, for your eyeshadow and lipstick, while peach blush lends a light flush lends a light flush on the cheeks.


Bold Lips

bold lips

How To Do It:
To prevent anything from robbing the spotlight from your bright-colored lips, keep the rest of your makeup soft. Create a flawless base by covering up all blemishes, because intense lipstick shades tend to emphasize imperfections. Groom your brows, curl your lashes and apply a layer or two of mascara. For formula, matte lipstick was a popular choice on the runway, so follow suit and skip the lipgloss, or dot the center of your moth with some gloss for subtle luster.


Foxy Brown

foxy brown

How To Do It:
Mix and match brown shades like chocolate, coffee, mocha, tan and auburn on your eyes, cheeks, and lips. Choose a focal point and give that the most emphasis, then tone down the rest of the shades. Feel free to add gloss or shine, like glitter on your eyelids, a bronze glow on your cheeks, or sheen on your lips. This gives your look dimension, and adds oomph to the monochromatic shades.


Futuristic Features

futuristic

How To Do It:
This look is not about painting your face silver like a Star Trek alien. It’s about angles, lines, and metallic traces. Apply gray and silver eyeshadow on your lids, then use a pointy eye shadow brush to line the outer corner of your eyes, extending it upwards and outwards. Dot silver lipgloss or lipstick on the center of your mouth over your regular lipstick, then pull back your hair in a hight ponytail for a sleek finish.


Pop Art Color

pop art

How To Do It::
The bright shade dresses up your look instantly, but two can create mayhem. Pick one feature only (most makeup artists highlighted the eyes) and keep the rest of your face in neutral shades. To get this look, apply shadow from the root of your lashes up to your browbone, extending to the outer edges for a modified cat eye, then blend until harsh edges are softened. Top off with black eyeliner for definition.


Full Brows

full brows

How To Do It:
Meant to be outrageously thick for the catwalk, this look should be toned down for everyday wear. Use an eyebrow powder or pencil to enhance your natural arch, making sure to use a shade that matches your brow color. Pros say it’s okay to go a little lighter, but never darker, as this can make you look older. Tame unruly brows with a gel, or if you’re in a hurry, use a bit of hairspray to keep your arches in place.

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