How to Apply Night out Make-Up

Many people choose to wear makeup every day, especially at night
The truth is, applying make-up at night is not that different from applying daytime make-up. The only difference is that women can be more creative with their make-up choices.

 

A Step By Step Guide
Listed below are some tips and tricks women can use when they are applying evening make-up

1.To start a Night out Make-Up first of all you need to Start out with a completely clean face.Use a washcloth, soap, and warm (but not hot) water to gently wash your face. If you shower in the morning and already scrubbed your face, you can of course skip this step.

 

2.Start With Applying a Good Primer
The key to a good make-up look is having a solid Primer. Using foundation and concealer will hide flaws and stop make-up from sliding off the face.

3.Applying the foundation

Firstly, women should select the right foundation for their skin tone. The ideal color will sink into the skin without making the skin appear lighter or darker.
Once consumers have a suitable foundation, they can spread it over their skin using a brush or sponge. No matter which type of foundation you use, it’s important to blend your makeup well to make it look natural.
Use small circular motions with your applicator of choice until it looks seamless on your skin,You can use a brush or a beauty blender you chose which one works best for you .

4. Add some concealer to problem areas.

If you have any uneven areas that show through your foundation, such as pimples or dark circles under your eyes, you can cover them up with a little concealer.
Dab a tiny amount to these areas and blend the concealer using the same technique you used for your foundation. Also you can countour your nouse ,also do this in your cheeks..

5.Face powder can then be brushed over the skin.
Powder is required as it sets the make-up so that it stays in place. Those who want an extra “glow” can brush some bronzer over their face.
When using foundation, you should always finish with a powder. This will help your makeup to set, making it last longer and keeping it from rubbing off.
Use a brush to lightly dust on some translucent powder to your forehead, cheeks, nose, and chin.

6. Applying Bronzer on the face.
You have to apply in on your cheeks,forehead. As with other types of makeup, there are certain things to keep in mind when picking a bronzer or a blush. For bronzer, choose a relatively neutral shade that is just a little darker
than your natural skin tone. For blush, try to match the color your skin turns when it’s flushed. For lighter skin tones, go for pinks and peaches. Good blush colors for medium skin are a muted mauve, rose, apricot, or berry. On
dark skin, dramatic colors like raisin, brick red, and bright tangerine work best. They may seem too bold for an everyday makeup, but these colors will end up looking subtle and neutral when applied to darker skin tones.

7.Applying Eye Make-Up

During the nighttime, women have the option of being more bold with their eye make-up.
Apply an eye primer. If you haven’t primed your eye area, make sure to do so before you begin putting on your eyeshadow. Use your fingertips to massage in a small amount of primer onto your eyelids and the area just
above your eye crease. You can use either the same primer you used for the rest of your face or a specialty eye primer. When using a face primer, check its packaging to make sure it’s safe for eyes.

Applying eyeliner is one of the most tricky aspects of make-up application.  Most women are scared to apply eyeliner as they are afraid they may poke themselves in the eye.  As with everything in life, practice makes perfect.  After several applications, women will be able to apply a smooth line of eyeliner with a steady hand.

One of the most popular eye trends is false eyelashes.  Women who are brave enough to try fake eyelashes can buy them at a department stores.  As most lash packets come with glue, they are relatively easy to apply.

8.Pick your eyeshadow colors and start Applying it as shown in pictures 

9.The final step of applying make-up is putting on lipstick. 

Before women do this, they should color in their lips with lip liner.  This will extend the life of the lipstick and stop it from rubbing off.

It’s even more important to make sure your face is clean at the end of the day.

Always be sure to remove your makeup before you go to bed.

Leaving it on overnight can clog your pores and cause acne. Many dermatologists  recommend using disposable exfoliating wipes to remove makeup.