Saturday, June 17, 2017

latest heavy eye Makeup Looks in girls 2017

1. You're still using a thick, full-coverage foundation. This is a very '90s look. It's too heavy and makes you look like you're wearing a mask. It's great for theater, some red carpet events, and newscasters, but for everyday wear, you'll look more up-to-date in a BB cream or tinted moisturizer that cancels out redness while letting your natural skin shine through. If you have freckles and they show through your foundation, you know it's not too thick.

2. You pair light foundation with a mauve-brown lip. Twenty years ago, the pale-skin-brown-lip combo was the height of cool. Instead, try warming up your face with a little bronzer, so you don't look like you're in the cast of Vampire Diaries, and swiping a deep berry color over your lips.
3. You dust your entire face with setting powder. Applying a layer of setting powder all over your skin makes it look flat. The only area you really need to powder is your T-zone, the oiliest area on your face.

4. You highlight the inner corner of your eye with too much frosty shimmer. Topping the inner "V" corner of your eye is very much still on trend, but the colors used to highlight that area are subtler now. For daily wear, just use a concealer that's one shade lighter to make that spot pop, or a champagne-colored highlighter in a shade that matches your skin tone.

(If you're fair, try something opalescent like Smashbox Halo Highlighting Wand in "Pearl," $32, Smashbox. If you're olive-toned, opt for a true champagne shade, like Hourglass Cosmetics Ambient Lighting Powder in "Luminous Light," $45, Hourglass Cosmetics. If you have caramel skin, try a golden-based formula, like Benefit Cosmetics Sun Beam, $26, Benefit Cosmetics. If your skin is dark, try a bronze highlighter, like Illamasqua Gleam Cream in "Supernatural," $26, Sephora.)

5. You blend blue (or any colored eye shadow) from your lashline to your brow bone. This look screams '80s. Modernize colored shadow by sweeping jewel-toned shadows from your lashline to your crease, but not past it.