Makeup : OLDER versus YOUNGER (1)

Hiya Poutlings!

Makeup… is what this blog started about… and here is something for you all to fiest your beautiful pouts on! Makeup is a real life time machine, and any professional makeup artist will be able to tell you, that when it is properly applied it can make you look significantly younger! But not everyone realises that the techniques they use to apply their own makeup may be making them look a different age completely…

MissFitz aims to inform you here on some of my very own pro tips on how to achieve a look you are going for! This is my first post of a series on older versus younger. Ready? Lets go!

ROUGE

|DARK ROUGE SHADES ON CHEEK BONES MAKE YOU LOOK OLDER|

Pronounced cheek bones make the face more refined, but alas they make it look older. Think of Marlene Dietrich. Even in her youth, her photographs made her look very grown up. If you need to look older for some reason, darken the cheek bone hollows with a brown-ish rouge, as Victoria Beckham does.

|FRESH ROUGE SHADE APPLIED ON CHEEKBONES MAKES YOU LOOK YOUNGER|

A young face always shines with a bright blush. Choose refreshing rouge shades (pink or peach). Makeup artist to the stars Sue Devitt advises to apply rouge high on the apple of the cheek bones and then rub a drop of clear lip gloss over the top of it. This technique is worn by Sarah Jessica Parker often.

Have an awesome day pouters – let me know if this tip helped!

**missfitzz

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2 responses to “Makeup : OLDER versus YOUNGER (1)

  1. Pingback: Pout Perfection : 1 YEAR OLD TODAY | Pout Perfection

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