It might be challenging to create natural makeup looks. You must first choose the proper cosmetics for your skin tone and skin type. The no-makeup makeup style has always been popular among fans. It enables you to embrace your features and highlight them for a gorgeous appearance.
Prep your skin well:
To create any look, preparation of your skin is essential. Before you start, be sure to carefully cleanse, tone, and moisturise your skin using a thin moisturiser. In order to achieve the greatest results, prime your skin with a primer. This will give you a base that is smooth and make it easier for your foundation to apply.
Use tinted or light foundation:
Select a tinted moisturiser or light foundation that perfectly matches your skin tone.You can also go with BB creams or CC creams. When blending the product in, use a buffing brush. Because it buffs in the cream exceptionally well and leaves your skin looking skin.
To make your eyes brighter and get rid of any redness or dark circles. Apply a concealer and use your buffing brush to blend the concealer out until there are no visible harsh lines.
Go for cream blush:
The most natural-looking blush is cream blush without any shimmer or glitter. It is extremely sheer and has a texture akin to your skin. Apply a small amount of blush with a blush brush, then thoroughly blend it in with a buffing brush. Another method is to apply a little with your ring finger on the lower chin and nose tip. After that, lightly blur it out with your middle and ring fingers to give yourself a flushed appearance.
Neutral or earthy eyeshadow:
It’s time to enhance your eyes when you finish with your base. To begin, apply a neutral or earthy eyeshadow pallet to the eyelids to give the eyes a light lift. Afterward, use a premium eyelash curler to curl your lashes.
Lip gloss instead of lipstick:
For no makeup look avoid dark lip shades.Lip glosses or lip tints in a natural colour is the best option. To match your natural makeup look, pick a light pink or peach shade to give your lips a rosy sheen. You can also go with nude brown shades.
(The writer, Suhani Sethi, is a makeup artist)