How to Do Your Makeup for School
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You, like most individuals, want to look your best for school. Knowing how to correctly apply makeup is an important part of looking your best. There are several ways to apply makeup, but for school, you’ll most likely want a clean, natural appearance.
1. Face Preparation
1. Refrain from washing your face first thing in the morning. Most dermatologists believe that it is unnecessary if you cleansed it the night before. If you must wash your face, try a soap-free face cleanser: The harsh chemicals included in soap contribute to dry skin.
2. Apply a moisturizer or BB cream on your face. You may use a moisturizer or a BB cream if you want extra coverage (which stands for “beauty balm”.) BB creams are a fantastic option for daily makeup since they are light and hydrating while yet providing some coverage. Apply a little dab of product, the size of a pea. Using upward strokes, gently distribute the substance over the skin with your fingertips. Smooth it over your jawline, temples, and down your neck as well. Make sure there aren’t any streaks.
- Choose a BB cream colour that complements your skin tone. Bring a buddy or ask a salesperson to assist you in selecting the hue that most closely matches the skin on your face when buying a BB cream.
3. Don’t forget to bring sunblock. Even if your BB cream has SPF, it is doubtful that you are using enough of it to get the advantages of sun protection. Before wearing makeup, smear a nickel- to quarter-sized quantity of sunscreen (at least SPF 30) on your face and neck.
4. Apply concealer. Concealer is a highly pigmented cosmetic used to conceal dark circles and imperfections. It will also aid in the evenness of your skin tone. If you use it over your BB cream or foundation, it will be washed away. To mask acne scars, use a green-tinted concealer first, then your regular concealer over top. The color will assist to conceal any redness. Use this only if you’ve had around 3 hours of sleep.
- Begin with a very little dab of concealer. You may always add more if necessary.
- Blend your concealer well. When applying concealer with your fingertips, dab it softly rather than spreading it. This is great for your skin and keeps the concealer in place.
- If you have dark circles under your eyes, use a peach corrector directly on top of the dark spots, then blend with a concealer that matches your skin tone. Apply the concealer in a triangle shape to highlight. The base of the triangle should be under your eye and point to your cheek.
- Apply a dab of concealer to the top of your eyelid. This will serve as a foundation for eyeshadow and eyeliner. It keeps them from smudging and bleeding later throughout the day.
2. Increasing Your Attributes
1. Begin by putting on eyeshadow. It is preferable to use neutral tones for school. While colors like purple, blue, green, and black seem to be enjoyable, they are better reserved for special occasions such as parties. If you like, you may layer your eyeshadow to make it more dramatic.
- Use as little eyeshadow as possible. You just want to draw attention to your eyes.
2. Put on your eyeliner. Choose a dark but not too dark hue for your hair and skin tone. Black or dark brown are fantastic selections if you have dark hair and eyes. If you have extremely fair complexion, blonde hair, and/or blue eyes, go for a lighter shade of brown. Tilt your chin up and focus your eyes downward while applying so that you can view your whole eyelid.
- There are three different kinds of eyeliner. Each has its own set of advantages.  Pencils are fast and simple to use, and they are less prone to smudging. Gel liners, which are applied with a brush, giving you more control over the thickness of your eyeliner. The most exact liners are liquid liners, but they are also the most difficult to use. If you’re just starting out with cosmetics, a pencil could be a good place to start. As you gain knowledge and comfort with your makeup, you may experiment with gel or liquid.
- Pulling your lids too tight might result in jagged lines.
- Draw a tiny line on your top lid, as near to the lash line as feasible, for a basic and clean effect.
- To emphasize the eyes, draw a line from the outside corner to the centre of your eyelid on the lower lash line. If you fully circle the eyelid, your eyes will seem smaller.
- Save the more dramatic looks, like as winged eyeliner, for special occasions.
3. Make your lashes curly. Using an eyelash curler, gently push the curler at the root of your lashes and squeeze it shut for a few seconds. Repeat with the curler in the center of your lashes. This will make your eyelashes pop.
4. Mascara should be applied. You should select your color depending on your natural hair and skin tone, just as you would with eyeliner. Black or dark brown for dark hair and complexion. Choose lighter brown tones for lighter hair and skin.
- Begin by putting the brush at the base of your lashes. Wiggle the brush back and forth as you pull the brush across the tips of your lashes. To have additional control, bend the wand so that the brush is perpendicular to the rest of the wand. Simply bend the tip of the wand as you withdraw it from the vial to do this.
- Apply one or two coats of paint. Apply one or two coats, depending on how dramatic you want your lashes to appear. However, keep in mind that the more you apply, the more probable it is that you will end up with clumpy-looking eyelashes.
- Brush out any clumps using a brow brush that has a brush on one side and a comb on the other. Tease apart any clumped lashes with the comb side.
5. Clean up your brows. If your brows are pointing in all directions, use the brush side of your brow brush to flatten them out. You may also use a clear brow gel or spritz a little hair spray on your finger and massage it along your brows to help hold them in place.
- Don’t use too much hairspray! A tiny dab will enough.
6. Apply blush to the apples of your cheeks softly. You should select a color that complements your face without making you seem clownish. In general, light skin looks best with rose and peachy tones, whereas darker complexion looks best in deeper tones. Blend it into the rest of your face with your fingertips, sliding it toward the temples to highlight your cheekbones. If possible, go to a department shop that sells cosmetics. The cosmetic professionals there can assist you in selecting a color that is appropriate for you.
- Apply blush lightly. You want to add a bit of colour to your cheeks, so don’t use too much. In natural light, check to make sure that you haven’t overdone it.
7. Apply lip gloss or lipstick. When deciding between lipstick and lip gloss, keep in mind that lipstick lasts longer, but lip gloss is more hydrating. Lip gloss is also often simpler to apply.
- Again, for school, avoid bold colors like bright red. Choose softer colors, such as peach.
- Apply a dab or two of lip gloss to your lips and distribute it about with your finger or by squeezing your lips together. If you use too much, your lips will get sticky.
8. Go to school with self-assurance.
3. Keeping Your Makeup In Place
1. Carry a few items with you. You don’t have to bring your whole cosmetic bag with you, but you should include a few necessities.
- Keep your lip gloss, for example, in your handbag or pocket since it is likely to fall off when you eat or drink.
2. Keep a few Kleenex on hand. Keep tissues or cosmetic wipes on hand in case of smudges. On warmer days, you may notice that your eyeliner has smudged below your eyelids. You may carefully wipe away the smudges with the tissue.
3. Carry a few Kleenex with you. Keep a bag of tissues or makeup wipes on hand in case of smudges. On warmer days, your eyeliner may end up behind your eyelids. You may use the tissue to carefully wipe away the smudges.
- Setting sprays come in a variety of flavors. Some, for example, are intended to prevent oiliness, while others are intended to keep your face hydrated. Choose a spray that is appropriate for your skin type.
- You may save money by buying a big bottle and then pouring a tiny quantity into a travel bottle. It will not only save you money, but it will also save you room in your backpack.
4. Take off your makeup. Remove your makeup using makeup remover wipes or fluid at the end of each day before going to bed. Use a light cleanser to wash your face. This will keep your skin looking young and healthy.
- If you opt to use wipes, split them in half to save money. Make sure you wipe your face after removing your makeup. Wipes alone do not wash the skin; they just remove makeup.
- Use barely a dab of cleanser and thoroughly rinse.
5. Apply a decent moisturizer before going to bed. This is critical for good skin and may help avoid wrinkles later in life. Establishing a solid skin care practice at a young age can reap several advantages later in life.