Change the parting, create the perfect bun, draw even eyeliner… It can all be very easy if you know a few secrets!
To do this, first tie your hair not in one tail, but in two. Then connect them to each other as close as possible and twist the ends of the hair, creating a bun. Secure with bobby pins.
Sprinkle bangs with foam or mousse for volume. Divide it into strands and wind them in turn on your fingers, drying with a hairdryer. Then, without combing the strands, sprinkle them with varnish.
If you have very curly hair and want softer waves, use a straightening iron by moving your hand back and forth, pulling the strands down.
If you are parting in the center of your head and want to do it on the side, lightly spray your hair with water, comb it back and create a new parting with a quick movement of the comb. Then wet your hair again and smooth it with your hands. To set your new parting, dry your hair with a hot hair dryer while holding it with your hands.
Use liquid eyeliner instead of mascara. Hold the eyeliner vertically and, moving from left to right, lightly tint the lashes from root to tip.
To do this, first mark the eyeliner - put a dot on the eyelids with a pencil where the eyeliner should end. So the angle of the eyeliner will be visible, and you will get symmetrical arrows. More about how to draw beautiful arrows
Firstly, draw the eyeliner line with a soft pencil. Next, gently rub your eyelids with your fingertips to smudge the line. Then, using a Q-tip dipped in moisturizer, clean up the traces of the black liner around the lashes. Add some colorless glitter (shadow) and finish the makeup.
If you're doing your makeup in a room with overhead lighting (which can cast shadows on your work), be aware that it can look completely different in different lighting. So try lighting yourself up with your phone's flashlight while looking in the mirror. You will understand what needs to be fixed.
If you don't want to wear a lot of makeup, use loose powder. It will help you hide some of the unevenness and redness of the skin.
If you start applying foundation from the chin or from the forehead, you will look like wearing a mask. Always start applying foundation from the center of the nose, and then work it up, down and out to the ears. Then the layer will be thinner and softer around the edges of the face, which will create a more natural look.