Hey there, beauty newbie! No need for expensive products or brushes, we focused on techniques that use tools and makeup you likely already have. So grab your mascara and lip gloss and let’s get started. By the end you’ll be applying eyeliner and contouring your cheeks like a pro. Your new go-to makeup routine is just a few tips away. In this article , we discussed about makeup tips.

Top 10 Makeup Tips for Beginners

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1.     Invest in high-quality makeup brushes. Good brushes make a world of difference in how your makeup applies and looks. Look for soft, dense bristles.

2.     Focus on your skin first.The foundation of every makeup look is having a good skincare routine. Use a primer, hydrate, and clean your face before wearing makeup.

3.     Start with a palette of simple eyeshadows. As you learn, a palette with tans, browns, and golds is adaptable and simple to use. Apply the lighter shades on your brow bone and inner corners of your eyes to open them up.

4.     Use a light hand. Use a soft touch when applying makeup if you’re just starting off. More can always be added, but removing something is more difficult. Build up gradually.

5.     Consider your face shape. Apply makeup in a way that complements your face shape. For example, contouring can help balance round faces while highlighting can brighten oval faces.

6.     Focus on either eyes or lips. Do a bold eye look or a bright lipstick – not both at once. A dramatic eye and lip together can be overwhelming, especially when you’re first starting out.

7.     Watch online tutorials. Search for “beginner makeup tutorials” on YouTube and follow along. You’ll pick up techniques and skills in no time.

8.     Consider your skin tone. For example, warmer complexions suit gold and bronze tones while cooler tones pair well with rose and mauve shades.

9.     Start with neutral, natural-looking makeup. A neutral, natural makeup style is a classic look and easiest for beginners to achieve. You can then build up to boulder looks as your skills improve.

10.  Practice makes perfect. Keep practicing and be patient with yourself. Your makeup skills will improve over time with regular use and practice. Have fun and enjoy this new creative outlet!

Must-Have Makeup Tools and Brushes for Beginners

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You need the proper tools in order to achieve beautiful makeup looks. To begin started, spend money on these essential brushes and applicators:

Foundation brush

A dense brush with synthetic bristles helps blend foundation smoothly and evenly. Look for a brush with a flat top or slightly domed shape. Dab the foundation onto your skin and buff in circular motions.

Concealer brush

For covering up under eye circles or blemishes, a small concealer brush is essential. A tapered brush allows you to dab concealer onto precise areas and blend it in thoroughly.

Eyeshadow brushes

At a minimum, get a fluffy brush for blending, a dense brush for packing on color, and an angled brush for contouring the crease. Blend multiple shades together seamlessly for depth and dimension.

Eyeliner brush

A fine, angled brush gives you control when applying eyeliner. Whether you prefer liquid, gel or pencil liner, the right brush makes creating different looks – from subtle to dramatic – much easier.

Blush brush

A medium-sized, fluffy brush distributes just the right amount of blush onto the apples of your cheeks. Swirl the brush in the blush and tap off any excess before gently sweeping onto your cheeks using light, circular motions.

Step-by-Step Guide to Applying Flawless Makeup

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It’s time to apply your makeup now that you have all the required things. To get a perfect appearance, follow these easy steps:

Prep your face

After washing your face to get rid of any oil or dirt, blot it dry with a towel. To provide an equal foundation base, use a primer. Before going to the following step, give the primer some time to set.

Apply foundation

Use a makeup sponge, brush, or your fingertips to apply liquid or powder foundation. Blend thoroughly into your skin to ensure an even, natural-looking coat. Set the foundation with some loose or pressed powder.

Add color

Use a small angled brush to apply eyebrow powder, pencil or pomade and shape your brows. Sweep some eyeshadow on your eyelids – go for neutral, shimmery shades for daytime or bolder colors for nighttime looks. Run an eyeliner along your upper and lower lash lines and finish with two to three coats of mascara.

For your cheeks, smile in the mirror to see where your cheekbones are most prominent and apply a small amount of blush with a tapered blush brush.

For your lips, outline them with a lip liner that matches your natural lip color, then fill in with your choice of lipstick or gloss. Blot with a tissue to remove any excess.

Final touches

Use a small fluffy brush to dust some translucent powder on your T-zone to reduce shine. Spray your face with a makeup setting spray for longer lasting results. You can also add false lashes, contouring and highlighting for special occasions.

Stand back and admire your flawless makeup! With regular practice, applying makeup will become second nature. Don’t forget to share your tips and tricks with friends.

DIY Makeup Hacks to Save Time and Money

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Multi-tasking products

Look for makeup that serves double duty, like a tinted moisturizer with SPF that provides coverage and sun protection in one step. A colored brow gel can shape your brows and provide color at the same time. Using a makeup palette with blush, eyeshadow and lip colors coordinated in one place cuts down on hunting for the right products.

DIY makeup brushes

Good makeup brushes can be pricey, so make your own! Recycle mascara or lip gloss wands to use as eyeliner brushes. Repurpose a clean eyeshadow sponge tip applicator as a lip brush. Use a clean toothbrush to brush on eyebrow color or define the hairline when contouring. With a little creativity, you can craft a set of custom brushes for a fraction of the cost.

Extend the life of your products

Store makeup in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight which can cause it to spoil more quickly. For powder products like eyeshadows or blushes, wipe away the top layer after a few uses to remove oils and bacteria buildup before they can penetrate deeper into the product.

How to Pick Makeup That Is Right for Your Skin Type

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For Oily Skin

If your skin is oily or acne-prone, opt for oil-free, non-comedogenic makeup that won’t clog pores. Powder foundations or mineral makeup work well and help reduce shine. Avoid cream foundations or concealers which can make oiliness worse.

For eye makeup, use waterproof eyeliner and mascara since oils can cause makeup to smudge and run. Use eyeshadow primer to provide a smooth base and help your eye makeup last longer. Limit use of shimmery or frosty eyeshadows which can accentuate oily eyelids.

When it comes to powders, loose or pressed powder and oil-absorbing powder are good options to reduce shine and set your makeup. Powder your T-zone and any oily areas of the face to prevent oil breakthrough during the day. Blotting papers are also handy to absorb excess oil when needed.

For Dry Skin

If you have dry skin, choose creamy, hydrating makeup formulas that provide moisture Cream or liquid foundations and concealers typically work better than powder formulas which can cling to dry patches.

For eyes, cream eyeshadows provide moisture and a smooth base. Pencil eyeliners can tug on delicate eyelids, so try liquid or gel eyeliners instead. Waterproof mascaras may be too drying, so opt for a moisturizing mascara formula.

Limit use of powder on the face which can further dry out skin. Instead, set your makeup with a makeup setting spray. Apply a rich moisturizer before makeup and use a facial mist throughout the day to add hydration. Exfoliate regularly to remove dead skin and allow for better absorption of skincare and makeup products.


All you need to start your career in cosmetics is now known to you. Who knows, you may just discover a hidden talent for contouring or find your signature lipstick shade . In addition, it’s acceptable if you ultimately decide that cosmetics aren’t for you. You only have to win over your own heart. But at least now that you know how to create any kind of look you desire, whether it’s a simple everyday look or full glamor for a night out, you’ll go into it prepared. Let’s begin to play now! What changes in makeup will you make? There are countless options.