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November 20, 2013 Comments (0) Views: 1573 Celebrity Beauty & Style, Featured, How To Apply Makeup, Makeup Tips

Camera Ready Makeup Tips That Actually Work

These days, it’s almost like events don’t really exist any more unless the proof is documented and posted to Facebook or Instagram. So, make sure you look picture-perfect ready this Holiday season with these camera ready makeup tricks:

Camera Ready Makeup Rule #1:

Cover it up

If there is ever a moment to wear foundation and concealer, picture time is it. No one’s skin is completely flawless, and while the camera may not pick up every little facial blemish, the flash can expose dark areas that aren’t covered. So, always conceal dark circles, blemishes and redness, but don’t pile it on! Dot your foundation and concealer  on your forehead, nose, and cheeks and carefully blend outward with a brush. Applying foundation and concealer using this technique will not only give you full coverage, it will make your skin look airbrushed and not cakey.

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Camera Ready Makeup Rule #2

Pick the Perfect Powder

Opt for powders with yellow tints, rather than tranluscent. Transparent powders tend to leave a white cast when the flash goes off.

Camera Ready Makeup Rule #3:

Don’t Go Without Lipstick

Bold lips photograph well. Choose a bold lipstick shade for the season – deep reds, burgundies and wine stained colors will not only look great in photos, but are perfect for the Holiday season. For added definition, and to make your lips appear bigger, pair your lip color with a matching lip liner.

Camera Ready Makeup Rule #4:

Use A Makeup Sealant

Use Skindinavia No More Shine Makeup spray to avoid looking shiny in photos. A combination of loose powder with Skindinavia’s No More Shine spray will have you looking perfectly matte. Bold lips photograph well. Choose a bold lipstick shade for the season – deep reds, burgundies and wine stained colors will not only look great in photos, but are perfect for the Holiday season. For added definition, and to make your lips appear bigger, pair your lip color with a matching lip liner.

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