A natural look is the perfect makeup choice for an everyday routine. You can enhance your natural beauty without putting too much makeup on your skin. Light makeup can make you look as gorgeous as going all-out, and what better way to feel confident and beautiful than showing off your natural features?
Here are some makeup tips to do just that:
Tinted Moisturizer over Heavy Foundation
Instead of getting full coverage from a foundation, you can opt for light coverage from a tinted moisturizer to obtain an effortless look. Tinted moisturizers have humectants that naturally hydrate your skin, adding freshness to your natural glow. If you still prefer a foundation, there are many options you can choose from according to your skin type and the coverage level you are looking for.
Clear Gel over Eyebrow Fillers
For a natural look, it will make sense to leave the eyebrows as natural as possible, but that doesn’t mean they can’t look put-together with a clear gel. The gel will help you form your desired eyebrow shape and polish your overall look. We can’t deny that our eyebrows define our faces; we must give them the care they require.
Lip Balm over Lipstick
As a first step, you need to make sure your lips are gently exfoliated. Once that is done, you can apply a thin layer of lip balm instead of using lipstick. If you still want to add some color, you can get a tinted lip balm (maybe with some shimmer!) to close the look.
Mascara and Concealer
Mascara and concealer can be present in the natural look you are trying to achieve, as long as there is not too much of either one. When it comes to mascara, make sure you don’t apply too many coats; and remember that you should use just enough concealer to cover dark circles and red spots.
Now that you have these tips in the bag, you can use them for your next natural look!
P.S.: Summer is coming, and the heat cannot stop us from looking gorgeous! Also, keep in mind the importance of having a good skincare routine — a well-taken-care-of base will give you the healthy glow you are looking for!
Contributor: Ingrid Moreno