Steps for Makeup

Steps for Makeup

If you’ve never done makeup before, all other products and tools can be intimidating. Don’t worry. Once you get the hang of it, applying makeup to face will be a breeze. Below some steps for makeup, which can help you.

Steps for Makeup

1. Remove any old makeup.

  • When you’re applying makeup, it is important to start with a clean palette.
  • Remove any makeup that you might have slept in, and wash off the makeup from earlier on in the day.
2. Wash your face, then follow with moisturizer.


  • For the same reason, you remove the old makeup, you should wash your face.
  • Use the mild facial cleanser to gently wash your face, spending about one minute of massaging to remove all bacteria and dead skin cells in pores before rinsing with cool water.
  • Finish up by applying the facial moisturizer, regardless of your skin type.

3. Prime your face.

  • Before you apply makeup you want to prime your face.
  • The purpose of a face primer is to enhance the appearance of makeup and increase longevity.
  • You can apply the primer with fingers, covering your whole face with a small amount.
4. Put on a coat of foundation.
Foundation on Face 
  • There are many types of foundation, but they are generally applied in the same way.
  • Liquid, cream, and powder foundations all act to make a more even complexion, working to create the even base for your other makeup.
  • Use the foundation brush or damp beauty sponge to apply the foundation to your face, blending into your neck and earlobes if important.
5. Apply your concealer.


  • The main purpose of concealer is to even out uneven skin tone as a result of blemishes or the dark under-eye circles.
  • You can use the concealer in a shade slightly lighter in your skin tone to brighten dark areas or high points of your face.
  • Use the concealer brush or your fingertips to blend concealer on your undereye area in the upside-down triangle shape, down the bridge of the nose, chin, the center of the forehead, and above the upper lip.
6. Set your foundation and concealer.
  • This step is optional, but if you’re seeking long-lasting, crease-free makeup you should use a setting powder to hold your foundation and concealer in place.
  • Use the damp beauty sponge to pick up loose powder and press into the under-eye area, then gently sweep off any excess with a brush.

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