Monday, 30 December 2013

"10 Secrets I Learned at Makeup Artist School"

I found this site a truly great read.

It;s a great site to learn an extra tip on not just doing your own makeup but for helping others, that are, well....not so good.
I found the key to good make up is the COLOURING, so maybe when people laugh at your for having a face like a colouring book, take that as a complement?

My personal Fav tip was this:

10 Secrets I Learned at Makeup Artist School

"Remember how I learned that opposite colors on top of each other cancel each other out? OK, well today I learned if you place them side by side, they help each other stand out. Simple, but super important when you're trying to pick the most flattering eyeshadow colors. Here's a cheat sheet:

For blue eyes: Since orange is the opposite color of blue, anything with orange in it will make blue eyes stand out more. "It doesn't have to be a blazing sun color -- it just has to have orangey undertones like gold, apricot, or peach," says Prior. 

For green eyes: Red is the opposite color of green, which isn't to say you should apply a cherry red-colored eyeshadow to your lids. But you'll help your green eyes pop if you use colors that have red undertones, like deep plums and wine. 

For brown eyes: Brown is a neutral color, so any color will work well, says Prior. "But the most standout colors are blue and purple."