I think some women wear way too much make up. And actually caking on all that powder and goop and chemicals all over your face clogs your pores and ages your skin so much faster than women who don't wear a lot of make up.
Take what you learned in high school art class and adapt it to suit your makeup needs. If color theory wasn’t your thing, no problem—I’ve got you covered. Celebrity makeup artist James Vincent‘s trick involves using a darker concealer to hide under eye puffiness. “A darker color will recess something, or make something appear deeper and smaller. Darker colors create the illusion of pulling the puffiness back, making it look even with the rest of your skin.” On the other hand, using too-light concealer on under eye puffiness will draw attention to the area and make it stand out more.
I have always said that I was going to get a professional to do my make up for my birthday. Well each birthday has gone and come, I never got it done. I have a birthday coming up on the 11th of June and I probably will not get it done then either. Sounds like a procrastinator to me.
There are some women who need to understand that less is good. Some women think that the more make up that they put on the better that they look which is incorrect. When you look made up you do not look real.
My advice is to avoid bronzer. It never looks natural and it get all over towels. Unless you want to have a tanned face in contrast to your body and soak all your wash cloths in oxyclean before putting them through the wash.