If you put on makeup as part of your everyday routine and sometimes end up spending more time searching for the makeup you want, compared to the actual time spent applying your makeup. it’s time to organize your makeup kit. So the very first of the makeup beauty tips are:
1. Allot time to work on this project and focus on its completion. Look for a large working area where you are able to spread out all your cosmetics and organize whatever you have.
2. Put out all your cosmetics and skin care products and go through them. Throw away anything that’s broken, and old that may have collected bacteria. If the makeup has split or flaked, looks old and the applicators are dirty, these can cause irritations or infections and have to be disposed of.
The first rule is if you can not even recall how long ago the product was bought or given to you, throw it away. Use these guidelines to find out how long you need to keep your makeup before disposing of it.
* Face Powders with brushes or sponges in contact with the product.
* Cream or pancake bases.
* Eye foundations, creams or eye foundations.
* Cream eyeshadows.
* Liquid Eyeliners.
* other lotion or gel-based item for the eyes.
3. Group the items which you may still use together according to the following categories.
* Foundation implemented on the skin before other products, to even skin tone.
* Concealer used to conceal eye bags, blemishes, and unwanted facial marks.
* Blush that adds dimension to your face and a younger appearance.
* appropriate to your skin tone and highlights your eye attributes.
* Eyeliner for your eyelids and eyelash line below your eyes.
* Powders used to place the base applied and extend its sporting.
* Lipstick and Lip Gloss that can be easily coordinated with other products.
* Bronzer used to add additional color to your face if you like a tan effect.
4. Classify your make up items into the ones that you use every day. If you do not wear the makeup every day, organize separate kits for your costume, formal, and special occasion makeup.
* Daily wear
* Place makeup items which have colors that easily match almost anything you wear daily. Keep the more simple and lightweight items.
* Lipstick and eyeshadow colours should be neutral and free.
* Makeup removers, moisturizers, sunscreens, serums, acne treatments, including cotton balls, and q-tips fall in this pile.
* Skin care items are useful if you often travel, play sports or don’t wear make up the whole day. Save on space by purchasing pre-moistened facial cleansing cloths.
* Special occasion
* Makeup with more dramatic or infrequently used colors, shimmer powder,
eyeshadow with exotic and dramatic colors, false lashes you seldom wear, products purchased to match special
outfits or crazy colours used only during Halloween.
* Seasonal (optional)
* If you often tan their skin to have different foundations and powder shades, you might have to make a pile for the varied colors needed based on the season.
5. Check your makeup application tools. Throw out used and worn out sponge applicators that came with your cosmetics. It’s ideal to purchase washable brushes to replace your powder puffs and foundation sponges. The life of your makeup is extended if you remove the oils and bacteria that get in touch with the powders.
These are some of the most popular application tools used:
* Powder brushes
* Wedge sponges or foundation brushes
* Brushes for applying blush
* Large, small or angled shadow brushes
* Concealer brushes
* Lip brushes
Clean out the application tools which you regularly use and need.
Regularly sharpen the tip too.
* Antibacterial soap may be used to wash and rinse all kinds of brushes.
6. Look in the organized piles and attempt to determine the bag size you need to store them. If you do not have the cosmetics organizer you need, buy one. It would be good to get something slightly bigger with pockets, than something that’s too small. Look for makeup kits or bags in beauty supply shops and department stores. Make sure the bags or kits you choose can hold all of the makeup you plan to keep in it, including a brush bag you may have purchased.
Makeup Bags And Kits
You may find bags that vary in size and design. Preferably start looking for a cosmetic makeup bag made to organize makeup products since these will probably have a plastic inside which can be zip closed to avoid spilling, and can be wiped clean. There may also be coasters or pads in the exterior for extra protection.
* There are also available brush bags and kits to keep your application tools clean and can be used to arrange your brushes and safeguard the brush ends from bending.
* Train cases normally have hard sides and have extended shelves for company. These are heavy and sometimes bulky but can protect your items well.
* Some small tackle boxes that are usually bigger than train cases, are less expensive and can be used to store and organize your makeup especially for special occasions.
Organize your makeup goods in the bag you purchased and keep the bags properly.
Congratulations! You’ve just put together a professional makeup kit and can now have a less stressful, organized and efficient makeup routine.
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