We always say there are no rules in makeup, and while we don't believe in rules, we definitely believe in guidelines. So many of us have experimented with our makeup in a way that leaves us looking overdone, cakey, orange or washed out. Below are some of the makeup do's and don'ts we have found to be helpful for all our clients

1)Do Use Mascara: Mascara has an undeniable effect that enhances, thickens, and elongate lashes. It allows your eyes to look bigger and more awake. Without it, your makeup application may look incomplete.

Do Not Apply Mascara Over an Already Dried Coat: There is nothing worse than spider lashes. Applying two or three coats of mascara over your lashes while they are still wet is my recommendation. Applying mascara over an already dried coat will cause your lashes to clump and stick together, giving you a not so attractive outcome

 2)Do Highlight and Contour: If you naturally have a very round face. You want to make sure to highlight and contour anytime you know your photo will be taken. This allows your cheek bones to appear more pronounced, your forehead to look smaller, and your nose to look straighter.

Do Not Forget to Blend Your Contour: Unless you are doing costume or drag makeup there is no reason to not properly blend out your contouring. Spend a good 4 or 5 minutes buffing out your contour. This will eliminate the appearance of any harsh lines on your face and allow you to look more natural.

3)Do Use More Than One Eye Shadow Color: Using more than one color on your lid will create depth and dimension into your look. It also allows you to be more creative with your application. If done correctly it can make your eyes appear bigger.

Do Not Use More Than Three Colors on Your Lid: While it is good to use more than one color I don't advise using more than four. There isn't much real estate on our eyelids and using more than four colors can muddy the waters. We like to use two colors directly on the lid, one color as the brow highlight, and one as

the contour for the crease.

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