Cream Guide – Make up Basics
Applying make up is essential whether you are in office or going out. Every woman wants to look attractive, attract attention, and definitely wants to be found attractive by the opposite sex. There is something natural and instinctive about it. Whether you’re married or single, young or middle aged, grooming is a part of our nature.
So how do you go about applying your make up? The basic stages and tools are described briefly below. The amount of makeup you wear, and color choices, all depend on the occasion. Light makeup does well for informal occasions, and heavy or dark eye makeup for very important public occasions.
Foundation: This helps to create a smooth surface over which other products are then applied.
Concealer: If you have dark circles and other marks, use a concealer to you advantage.
Powder: This is what creates the smooth layer that attracts attention. Wrinkles get hidden, and the ugliness takes on a new shine.
Blush: If nature did not give you a natural blush, help yourself with an artificial one. This defines the bone structure to prominence.
Bronzer: To obtain a glowing surface.
Lip liner: Allows the lipstick to stay on longer.
Lipstick: The mouth is a major sexual attraction. A wide variety of lipsticks are available – matte, satin, or glossy.
Eyeliner: The eyes are what do the talking when you are still some distance away from talking to your mate. Attract the mate, invite her, say you like her you’re your eyes first. Eye mascara and eye shadow enhance the appeal further.
What type of make up to apply, how much, and when depends often on your age, skin, looks, and occasion. Observing yourself under different makeup choices can help you find out what looks good on you.