The Pro Secret For Sexy Cover Looks
Glamorous looks and gold makeup go hand in hand. It’s rich looking color that can take any makeup look and add an element of sexiness to it. That’s why this color in particular is a valuable one that makeup artists know they can depend on to deliver instant appeal. It can work wonders for you!
Gold Makeup Tips
It’s easy to add gold makeup to your look with a little these easy makeup tips:
Use a little dab of dark gold color in the middle of your lips to make them look instantly fuller. Makeup artists will use a lip plumper first, then apply the lipstick and finish with a dab of dark gold gloss.
Get a sexy natural look by lining your lips with a spice lip pencil. Then use a dark gold lip gloss on your lips. Gently blend for a perfect pout.
You can use gold pigment to make your red lipstick become coral. It’s an incredibly beautiful deep coral if you use a dark gold. Do you want a lighter coral? Then use a bright light gold. This is perfect forspring makeup looks and summer, too!
Gold Bronzers and Shimmers
Sunless tanning looks go from natural to fabulous with a touch of gold! For a stunning instant tanthat glimmers in the moonlight, apply a little gold shimmer powder to your bare shoulders.
Highlight your cheekbones with just one light swipe of gold shimmer powder to bring immediate focus to your face. It’s a quick way to take any look from day to evening elegance during any season.
Liquid Gold Look
When you want to give your arms and legs a very subtle shimmer then gold liquid can be used to add a light bronze tone to your skin. You can add a little dark liquid gold to a regular body lotion and create a custom shimmer body lotion. The trick is to choose a very dark gold, almost bronze, and to only use a very small amount.
You don’t have to toss your favorite summer cosmetics when the warm season is over. Put them aside and use them to add sizzle to your holiday makeup looks.
Gold makeup can work for anyone including you! Whether it’s a gold eyeshadow, lip gloss or mineral makeup powder, try adding one of these metallic pigments to your makeup kit today. You’ll be glad you did!