especially don't like how I look when Im recording a workout. The camera loves the circles
Old people look old because they are gray and ashen. You can add life by adding even just a little color. I am not a big makeup girl, but I definitely look and feel better when I have a little color.
Being the busy woman that I am, I needed a quick way to add color, but also the right way to apply it so it looked "natural". I figured out a full face touch-up that takes no time and not tons of make-up. Buying a kit helps too, because they (the colorists) combine the colors perfectly and they also come with step by step instructions for a fancier application. Bare Minerals sells some great kits for reasonable prices. It's affordable and natural. This kit is my favorite so far because it's simple and doesn't sparkle, but check out all the other all inclusive kits they sell as well.
- Add color: 1. Purse your lips and add powder or cream blush right below cheek bone from beginning of indent to ear, moving some up towards cheek bone. 2. Draw a t on your forehead and between your eyes, blend out to above eyebrows and down nose. 3. Put some on your lips and your eyelids.
- Lighten: Using the lighest shade of eye shadow, add some under your eye, in the corner of your eye along the bridge of the nose, the outside of the eye and the line below the outside of the eyebrow. You can pat the eyeshadow or spread it. Using the next lightest shade, smooth over entire eyelid.
- Darken: Use the darkest to emphasize the outside eyebrow, from the arch out. Close your eyes and dab powder from corner to corner on the lash line. Go as light or as dark as you want.
- Mascara: Brown or black, start at lash line and work out to ends. Only put on top lashes.
- Lips: Top lip, use color all the way to corners. Bottom lip, add color to middle!