Monday, 14 June 2010

How to apply your natural makeup

How to apply your natural makeup
Posted by Maggie Morley

Foundation can be tricky to apply, and if done incorrectly, can leave you looking too dark, too light or just plain wrong, but there are some tips on hand to help women put on their natural makeup correctly.

Lisa Trunda, makeup artist for Ford Models, has worked with some of the biggest names in film and sport, with a client list including Laura Linney and Maria Sharapova, and told makeup novices that using a moist sponge will help to control how much you put on as well as wasting less.

James Vincent, director of artistry for The Makeup Show, said for powder foundation, stick to a brush, but with regards to a sponge, it depends on how much coverage you require.

'With a brush, you get a softer application, and you can build slowly. With a sponge, you get a dense heavy application,' he told the news provider, adding: 'Oil from fingers may actually ruin the product.'

Women have recently been told however that during the summer months, it is wise to opt for a lighter look that is guaranteed not to melt in the glaring heat.ADNFCR-2885-ID-19833786-ADNFCR

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