“It’s Makeup On-The-Go!”
When you’re pressed for time – on the run – there are several insider beauty tips that can make your life a whole lot easier.
If you’ve thought about it in advance then you probably already have a multiple use product in your bag. If not, don’t worry.
There are some makeup products that work great in a pinch.
By learning to transform products, you can create a professional polished look in no time.
Insider beauty tips are easy…Really!
“Transform your products. Transform yourself!”
Make A Multiple Use Product
Clear lip balms and glosses can be used to make almost any powder product into a multiple use product.
Lip balms will deliver a matte finish.
Clear lipstick delivers a creamy sheer finish.
Lipgloss naturally delivers a shiny finish.
Ivory mousse eye shadow can be used to turn any powdered eyeshadow into a cream shadow.
You can even use ivory mousse eye shadow to turn pink and peach eye shadows into blush.
Cream moisturizers can also be mixed with powdered products for custom blush colors.
If you’ve never mixed makeup before and want to see how it works then read:
Shhh! It’s A Pro Secret!
Have you been told to never use your fingers when applying makeup? If you’ve ever watched makeup artists backstage you would see that they have their fingers all over the models’ faces.
Why do they do this? Not only is it quick, the warmth of your fingers allows you to “melt” the makeup on the skin for smooth even coverage.
Important: The key is making sure your hands don’t infect your makeup. Clean them with either an antibacterial gel or an alcohol wipe before and after using your makeup.
The key to applying these insider beauty tips is to think differently. Remember, makeup is basically pigments, bases and binders. It’s mixed before you buy it – and it can be mixed after you buy it.
You can even buy the pigments yourself and start making your own makeup. Read all about how to make eyeshadows and then start making your own custom beauty products. Insider beauty tips are easy to learn. It’s really just a matter of practice.