There are seven fundamental types of catastrophes. Beauty is not one of them.
Do you pin?
Last year I blogged about my love of Pinterest. It’s such a great way to catalog and pin-board ideas, interests and passions covering any topic. It’s also a wonderful social media tool for building an online community where you can gather all sorts of inspiration along the way. And it’s not just restricted to the ladies, men are getting in on the pin-sanity too! I don’t pin as much as I used to, but due to the amount of boards I’ve created, my following continues to flourish daily which is another perk of providing quality content. I’m in the process of cleaning up & organizing my boards, a project that will take some time to finish considering I’ve accumulated over 12,000 pins in the last three years or so.
At least my ‘Looks’ board revamp is complete and with only 140 pins (so far). I try to pin looks and tips that not only appeal to me, but that I’d like to eventually try out on myself or a willing participant. Makeup and beauty tips that are simple, quick, and aren’t restricted to a particular brand or tool are most ideal, since they can be modified & customized depending upon eye shape, skin tone, or skin type.
7 Quick & Easy Beauty Tips anyone can use
HOW TO PREVENT THIS FROM HAPPENING:
Oh and one more thing! I swear I could talk about makeup forever… but primer… don’t forget to wear primer under liquid foundation, especially if you have larger pores, fine lines or oily skin. It helps to create a smoother canvas for your foundation and adds a barrier between your skin and your makeup, preventing it from settling deep into your pores or lines. I view it as a form of protection or shield, if you will.. so don’t be afraid of primer if you’re a makeup novice. I’ve tried many, and finding the right one is key! Be sure not to apply too much. I was guilty of applying too much at first, and then couldn’t figure out why it failed to work. A dime sized amount is enough for your entire face, but be sure skin isn’t too dry or it can turn out patchy and draw attention to the dry spots. Simply exfoliate first, followed by a good moisturizer for your skin type and allow it to absorb before applying primer. Once you’ve applied it, allow it to settle for a few minutes before proceeding with concealer & foundation…
Ok, I’m done for now… hope you found something helpful here. 🙂