Dark circles under the eyes are a girl’s worst enemy. It doesn’t matter if they are a result of a sleepless night or just hereditary, it’s good to know that there is a way to cover them up. Each and every one of us needs the best strategy to fight against those horrible bags. If these under-eye bags become your everyday problem, try to figure out the initial reason that causes them. There is no better way to improve the look of your skin than with getting enough sleep and rest. With a little help from makeup these days anything can be done. Here is a short guide on how to cover up the dark circles in three easy steps.
With so many powders on the makeup shelves these days, it’s hard to keep them all straight. Pressed powder or loose powder , we’ve broken down each category so you don’t have to pullout your hair in frustration. Pressed Powder
It's Sunday! The last day before the week days begin! :( Here's another review to cheer up the last day of your weekend! :) Today's review is for the Saffron Twist-up Eyebrow & Kohl Liner. I haven't used this as an eyebrow pencil as my eyebrows are a blonde/brown colour and the pencil I have is Black, however I have tried it out as an eye liner. In fact I used it to create a subtle smokey eye, which has become one of my favourite looks.
A quick and easy guide on using Hair Bun Shaper Donut Styling Ring
Concealer is used to cover spots of redness, dark under eye circles, pigmentation spots and any other areas that the foundation was not able to hide. There are a variety of types of concealer: creamy or hard consistency, with brush or regular applicator, in a tube or jar or stick. Take your pick and experiment until you find one that you love. Covering under eye circles Whether liquid form or a stick, when shopping for a concealer, keep in mind your skin shade and the tone of your under eye circles.