Posting makeup tutorials, from gal to larme.
How do I get eyebrows that nice? Brow mascara like the stuff heavy rotation makes? My brows are already bleached and about that color but naturally way tok sparse, I normally use Kate designing eyebrow n-ex4 because I like the blonde shade it has in it but they still don't look that full
This looks so much like the makeup people used to wear for cult party kei
Where is her contour? This looks more like cosplay than gal. Even her hair is flat.
>>8816455 you can use brow gel but in this instance it appears as is she is using powder after setting the shape with gel. The thickness of the brow extends past her hair.
Can someone help me? I usually apply the pic related foundation using my hands/fingers but I found that very messy, so I bought the also related brush and when I use it it's streaky as fuck. Am I retarded? I can't even into sponges because I lose so much product to the sponge.
I'm a noob to makeup. I thought bb cream is like an all in one solution so you don't need foundation? What's the difference between concealer, foundation and bb cream? Do I REALLY need all 3 for all my makeup looks?
I always thought concealer was for spot-covering and then you applied bb cream or foundation on top. And I'm pretty sure western bb creams are consistently less thick than foundation.
I don't use concealer as I usually don't need it. I apply a matte powder over BB cream during summer because sometimes the BB cream on top of being sweaty makes for a really bad oily looking combination.
I also use a Korean BB cream so no problems with coverage there. I don't like western BB cream at all. If I want something light then I go with a shiseido urban environment sunblock.
I usually apply my foundation with a brush before hand and then use a sponge to blend away the streaks in a rolling motion. It really helps that I'm using Beauty Blender as when it expands its size after soaking in water, it does not absorb product much. So, sometimes I just dab foundation on my face and then blend it away with the sponge, easier and faster.
To apply on blemishes such as dark circles and pimple marks. Not to be used as a base makeup
Usually has higher coverage than bb creams, suitable for special occasions such as photoshoots, most of them if not all requires tools to apply consistently
Known to be lighter in coverage for natural looks, it's friendly for daily usage as well as it's easier to apply (can use fingers instead of tools)
I usually use bb cream + concealer even for cosplay as I want a more natural look and my skin condition isn't that bad. When I do close up shoots I'll opt for foundation for nicer coverage. As it's liquid/cream based and prone to melt due to heat, I usually set it in minimal amount with clear face powder.
You don't need all three, just find a combination that suits you.
Use a fluffier foundation brush and apply in dabbing and circular motion. Use a beauty blender afterwards.
I have some 35¢ beauty blender from ali and I have to say that I can't really get on the sponge trend bevause I lose so much product in it. It works the same as more expensive sponges I got from the local beauty supply store in my town, I just don't like sponges and think I'll stick to my fingers for now.
Eh, real ones are nicer, but the price difference is too huge to make it worth it. Go for a good knockoff and make sure you wet it properly, don't soak it and make sure you get most of the water out.
I use a brush to stipple on foundation and a beauty blender to give it a more natural finish. Works great, it looks super natural.
This is super cute and all, but 80% of makeup tutorials I've seen are like this with a single minor change, like a peach lipgloss instead of pale pink. I understand that you can only do so much to make the same basic look look different and interesting, but still...
Idk if I'm being too salty, it's just something that irritates me sometimes.
Bad genetics mean I'm cursed with thin lips and they kind of ruin my face... Would it be better to start lining them in or should I just let it go and try to bring attention to my eyes instead? Posting here as I don't want to make a whole new thread for my lips lol
Don't wear very dark lipstick because it'll make your lips look even thinner. Line them and wear a light, peachy-pink (or other pale natural colour) lipstick with lipgloss.
You can bring attention to your eyes too, of course, but don't think your lips are a lost cause. I wouldn't recommend wearing plumping glosses or w/e because I find them super uncomfortable, and honestly lining your lips makes quite a noticeable difference if you do it right.
Gradient lip tutorials might help you, but they hardly ever stay put and your lips might be too thin to pull some of them off.
>And I'm pretty sure western bb creams are consistently less thick than foundation.
I've been using BB cream for so long now that most normal foundations feel disgustingly cakey. I have to mix my BB cream with face cream to make it more sheer too, I only use it as is when I have spots. I used to smear foundation all over my face when I was younger too, because I was an idiot and didn't know you could get this magical thing called 'concealer' and thought you had to build up layers of foundation to cover it.
That's weird, are you soaking them before use? Even the cheap ones blend makeup nicely in my experience.
This is a strange request.
I'm going to a cyber punk/goth larp in a few months, and I'm looking for a flashy, colourful and bold eye makeup tutorial for it.
My colour theme will be (hot/UV) pink, silver, black and white, so anything super showy yet elegant with pink is appreciated.
I can't really ask this in the larp thread since all they talk about is armor, so I thought this would be a better place to ask. If not, I'll take it to the help thread too just in case.
There's one problem though. I have small eyes and the distance from my eyes to my eyebrows is really small, so tutorials with girls with super high eyebrows probably won't translate as well on me.
does anyone have any tips on making your eyes look symmetrical? Poor quality pic related