Not everyone is born with naturally tough skin. In fact, more and more people are looking for beauty tips to help them find makeup that won’t hurt or irritate their face. It’s a common problem with more makeup on the market than ever before, but it’s not impossible to find products that won’t make your skin break out in a rash.
If you’re one of the many people who find it challenging to wear makeup because of skin sensitivities, we’ve included some beauty tips below to help. You may see it’s easier than you think to source products to suit your skin.
Often, perfume or fragrance is added to beauty products to make them more appealing to all senses. However, it’s not a necessary addition, nor is it beneficial for everyone’s skin. If you’re not sure what’s causing your skin irritation, read the labelling. Look for products that sell themselves as ‘fragrance-free’ or look for ‘perfume’ in the list of ingredients on the back.
Say No to Cooling
Everyone wants their skin to feel smooth, cool and refreshed, but products that offer these benefits can have the opposite effect. To get that ‘cool’ feature, manufacturers often add peppermint, alcohol, eucalyptus or similar products. These can dry out your skin, making it itchy and red. Continue reading “Sensitive Skin? Here’s How to Choose the Right Makeup for You”
Taking note of beauty tips for how to apply lipstick can put you in good social stead. Not only can you avoid that dreaded lipstick on the teeth social faux pa you have nightmares about, but you can also learn how to apply it so that it looks better and lasts longer. There are many different beauty tips online to help you look at your best in a social situation, but here’s how to apply lipstick to complement your entire look.
You will need:
- Lip balm
- Lip liner
- Facial tissue
Step One: Begin with Lip Balm
While it makes sense to apply lipstick directly to your lips, there are several reasons why applying lip balm first can provide a far better result. Your lips naturally have a lot of wrinkles, lumps, and bumps, and you can accentuate these unintentionally by using lipstick directly onto your lips. Rather than worry about people noticing the imperfections in your lips, you can smooth them out and fill minor lines with balm.
Apply a light coating over the top, dabbing it onto areas with crevices, and smooth your lips together.
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When was the last time you cleaned your makeup brush? If you can’t remember, or the answer is ‘never’, then it’s time to rectify the situation. One of the most essential beauty tips we can offer is ensuring you know how and when to clean your brushes and sponges. Your ability to blend your makeup, and your hygiene, depends on it.
How Often Should I Clean My Makeup Brush
Before we cover the how we should first cover the why. Cleaning your makeup brush should be a crucial part of your makeup routine. Rather than buying a new one or using your current one for far longer than recommended without a decent clean, you should be maintaining the one you have.
To avoid bacteria building up and causing breakouts, you should be making an effort to clean your makeup product tools at least once per week. Especially those tools you use for applying foundation. If you have a separate brush for eye makeup application, you can get away with only cleaning it once per month.
Not only will regular cleaning help remove all that built-up makeup and bacteria, but it can also reduce spotty application or make blending that much more effective.
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When was the last time you took a moment to go through your makeup collection? One of the best beauty tips you will come across is making sure you spend time every three to six months taking note of what you’ve got, reading expiry dates, and making sure everything is hygienic and clean.
Believe it or not, paying attention to your makeup and beauty products is in the best interests of your health, so here’s how to start taking better care of your products.
Read Expiry Dates
Even though you’d pay close attention the expiry date of your dairy products in your fridge, most people are less likely to take the same care with their beauty products. However, over time, beauty products such as foundation, lotions, and serums, can all lose their structural integrity and become less than ideal for use. Reading an expiry date on a regular basis is even more critical if it’s a product which you use minimal amounts of. It tends to sit around longer, losing its effectiveness by the day.
Replace Makeup Application Tools
One of the most common beauty tips when it comes to makeup application is ensuring you replace and clean your makeup brushes and sponges. A sponge can harbour all kinds of bacteria, while a brush can become clogged with makeup that makes application challenging over time.
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