When your hair styling is quite loose, then it is righter to focus on one of your facial feature, like your eyes or just your lips. Of course that doesn’t mean that you will use make only on that feature, but you will just use more natural tones to all the other features in order to be a balance. As a professional I love focusing in one of the most important facial features which is your eyes that give you power on all your expressions. A clean maquillage is right when your eyebrows are well shaped because then your eyes have a correct balance.
Since your hair styling is loose, I prefer using natural, earthy tones, for example dark chocolate brown right under the eyes for a deeper look, mocha brown or deep beige on the upper eyelids and champagne shades on the lower eyelids for lightening. Use a beige eye pencil inside the eye socket (to give volume to your eyes), deep black mascara on the upper eyelashes and a soft brown mascara on the lower eyelashes. Use powder on all your face and mostly on the oily areas.
You have to brush your eyebrows correctly and fill the voids (if you have any), using a pencil in a hue close to your hair color. Personally I love intense eyebrows by using the pencil always on the inside part of your eyebrows closer to your eyes. For your chicks use terracotta powder just to shape them. Smile and apply the powder starting from the center and moving upper to the temples. Be careful because you don’t want your chicks to be very intense.
Because we have chosen to have intense eyes but a “clean” maquillage (rouge, highlights, contouring), for the lips choose a nude color or a very light brown pencil for the outline. During summer and spring use a lip gloss in natural hues so your look won’t lose its aesthetics.
"This look in general fits to light brown hair or brunets. TO girls with blonde hair I would choose warmer hues to eyes and lips (caramel or peach)."george marascas |Make up artist
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