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Makeup tips for women who wear glasses

14th February 2022
"Eyeglasses may make a major difference in your appearance, and how you style your makeup to match your frames is entirely up to you."

Eyeglasses may make a major difference in your appearance, and how you style your makeup to match your frames is entirely up to you.

However, here are a few fashionable tips to help you look your best.

Boost your brows

Glasses frame your face and draw attention to your brows, so if your brows are well-shaped, you've already won half the battle.

Your brows should be sculpted and peeking over the rim of your spectacles. You should maintain everything looking as natural as possible.

To avoid touch-ups, prime and set your foundation while your spectacles are sitting on your nose.

Pile on mascara

Wearing mascara immediately helps to open the eyes, and it's a simple and quick tip to pull off.

You'll want to use an elongating and thickening mascara in tandem to give volume and length to your natural lashes.

To avoid smearing or leaving stains on your glasses, apply a coat of waterproof mascara.

Mascara will rub off on your spectacle's lenses, so keep them curled upwards rather than straight.

Change it up depending on your frames

Choose a color that looks beautiful yet works hard, whether your frame is classic or current.

Like instant eyeliner, black, tortoiseshell, dark navy, burgundy, or charcoal define and enhance aging eyes.

Soft taupe, gray, and tan provide a sculpting effect and can be used to chisel cheekbones or thin features, similar to contour makeup.

Sheer or opaque frames in pink, rose, honey or amber instantly brighten dull, ashy, weary, or pasty skin.

Don't forget to conceal

Glasses can cast a shadow on your dark circles, making them appear larger than they are.

Apply a brightening concealer, then tap it in place.

If your frame doesn't sit flush on your skin, a sprinkle of setting powder can help.

Play with your eyes

Most women who wear glasses believe that keeping their eye makeup minimal is the best way to go.

For the record, bright and striking eye makeup would look great on you as well.

Make a cat eye with your liner and use a vibrant eye makeup color.

It's advisable to consider the color of your frame when choosing an eye shadow color.

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Basic Must-have Makeup Products for Beginners

27th October 2021
"Makeup mainly is used to change or enhance the way we look"

As we all know makeup mainly is used to change or enhance the way we look. Also, many women use makeup to feel more confident and also to hide their imperfections. Moreover, makeup is used to prettify or add color to your face.

We know makeup has been one of the most important works in a women’s daily life so today we are here to help them with the makeup products. Following is the list of basic must-have makeup products for beginners.

  • Moisturizer

Moisturizing your face enough before you go in with any kind of makeup is very important. It hydrates your skin and also protects its moisture barrier. Moreover, it is a perfect base for your makeup.


  • Primer

Primer helps your makeup to stay throughout the day. Also, it deals with concerns like large pores or redness, giving you the perfect softness and flawless-looking skin.

  • Foundation

Foundation provides better coverage, helps provide Sun Protection, and also it doesn’t settle into fine lines. Hence, it gives you a flawless look and adds shine to your skin.

Note: If you are new to wearing foundation, it is important to either test it on your face or jawline before buying.

  • Concealer

Conceal is one of the most must-have basic makeup products as it helps you to cover blemishes, redness, or dark under-eye circles and makes your skin look smooth, soft, and attractive.

You can also skip the foundation and use concealer but using both results in more beautiful and prettier skin.

Concealer and foundation

Note: For your under-eyes (dark circles), pick a shade that’s lighter than your natural skin tone or foundation. This will prevent those bright white rings from under your eyes. For your face, pick a shade that exactly matches your foundation.

  • Loose powder or Compact

Loose powder or Compact helps seal your makeup. It is highly recommended to those with an oily or combination skin type. Moreover, to can use compact powder as a quick touch-up as well.

  • Blush

Blush instantly lifts up your face and gives you that flawless glow. It is a good idea to start off with a powder blush if you’re a beginner.

You should always apply your blush with a light and gentle hand, and use soft, circular motions to blend out the color. Blend a bit into the hairline, on the tip of your nose, and jawline for a natural-looking flush of color.


Note: You should always choose a shade that subtly adds color to your face and sculpts your cheeks. Coral, light pink, or peach tones work well on light to medium skin tones, and plum, rose and deeper shades work well on dusky skin.

  • Nude eyeshadow palette

It is very important for a beginner to practice the technique of eye shadow application. When it comes to doing your eyes, a nude eye shadow palette goes well with beginners as it helps to create a beautiful natural type look.

Eyeshadow palette

Note: Nude eyeshadow palette consists of all the colors you’ll need to create a perfect natural makeup look.

  • Mascara

Mascara transforms your eyes and instantly lifts up the lashes with more volume, definition, and length. You can do it after you kajal or eyeliner. Skipping both and only using mascara also makes your eyes look bigger and attractive.


Note: It is best to curl your lashes BEFORE applying mascara.

  • Makeup Brush

As a beginner, you only need a few basic brushes that are perfect to start with like an eyeshadow blending brush, foundation brush, big fluffy brush, and a blender.

  • Lipstick/Lipbalm

A good lipstick shade helps to brighten your face. As a beginner, you should always start off with less pigmented colors and gradually move to bolder shades.

In a nutshell, the quality of your skin is what makes or breaks your foundation and concealer, so don’t forget your skincare routine before going for makeup. Moreover, also remember that makeup is meant to enhance your natural beauty, not to cover your face. So let’s keep it simple and real.

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Skincare myths you wish you knew it before

5th January 2022
"The fact is that a lot of skincare advice just doesn’t work, and some skincare myths can even cause harm."

Everyone wants a clear, radiant complexion. But getting there might depend more on your ability to recognize fact from fiction than how much you follow a cleansing regimen or how much you spend on products. The fact is that a lot of skincare advice just doesn’t work, and some skincare myths can even cause harm.

Let’s have a look behind common skincare myths you should stop believing:

Drinking water keeps your skin hydrated

There is no evidence that drinking more or less water is helpful or harmful to your skin.

While drinking more water can be beneficial for other health conditions, water does not automatically get absorbed by your skin when you drink it.

It hydrates our cells as it is absorbed by the bloodstream and filtered by the kidneys, which does help hydrate our bodies overall.

The best way to keep your skin hydrated is to avoid dry air (or use a humidifier), use a gentle cleanser, and use a moisturizer daily or ingredients that help keep moisture locked in your skin barrier, like hyaluronic acid

Not washing your face causes acne

Hygiene doesn't play a role in the development of acne.

Acne involves oil production, bacteria, clogged pores, and inflammation, with hormones and stress playing a significant role and diet for some people.

Not washing your face doesn't help your situation but it certainly doesn't cause acne.

You Don’t Need Sunscreen If It’s Not Sunny Outside

While we know that SPF isn’t only a necessity for long days hanging out in the sun, it turns out that broad-spectrum SPF is even necessary when the skies are gray.

You can get burned even on cloudy days. Spending time out in the suntans protection can lead to damage over time and can show up down the road as visible signs of aging, such as wrinkles and dark spots.

So yes, you need to wear sunscreen year-round no matter your skin tone.

You Don’t Need Moisturizer If You Have Oily Skin

No matter what your skin type—oily and acne-prone or dry and dehydrated—you need to be using some kind of moisturizer to keep your skin balanced and nourished.

The differences lie in the type and amount of moisturizer your skin needs.

While oily skin requires the least amount of moisture, a moisturizer is still vital for nourishing and hydrating the skin.

There’s No Such Thing as Over-Exfoliating

Yes, exfoliating does have its benefits, including helping to slough away dead skin cells—which could be responsible for your dull-looking complexion—that have built up on your skin’s surface over time.

But you can overdo it and irritate your skin. The answer to how many times a week you should exfoliate varies from person to person.

Some can handle daily exfoliation, while others may only need to do it once or twice a week.

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