When you reach a certain age, there are a few skills you are expected to master.
Apparently, doing makeup is one of them. It is not that makeup is the epitome of
your true beauty; it humbly just brings joy having to learn you can enhance your
features by only doing simple tweaks here and there.
However, it sometimes can be hard to point out what-is-important or which-one-
goes-where. Don’t worry, you are not the only one; even the greatest makeup
artists must have learnt from the basics at first.
So, instead of repeating step-by-step makeup tutorial that can be somewhat
stressful and unrealistic, our team assembles makeup problems that every
“makeup virgins” might experience. We heard your dilemmas and here are the
1. How to fill in your eyebrows, properly on fleek.
Step 1: Draw a fine line
Draw a skinny line across the bottom of your brow.
Step 2: Frame eyebrows according to your bone structure
Ideally, brows should start alongside your nose line and end at a 45-degree angle
from the outside end of your eye.
Step 3: Shade in the rest of the brow
Yes, shade instead of fill in. Lightly fill in your eyebrow by softly shading back and
forth with the side of the pencil.
Step 4: Blend to perfection
Use the spoolie to brush your brows up and over, so it is shaped like a real hair.
Product used: Make Over Brow Styler Eye Definer (available in 3 shades)
2. How to apply liquid eyeliner, proudly with wings.
Step 1: Draw your wing
Follow the natural slope of your lower lash line and extend up toward the end of
PRO TIP: draw dots as a guide first before the actual line, if you are nervous.
Step 2: Line along the eyes
Start at the wing to the inner corner of your eye with the tip-of-the-tip of the
PRO TIP: trace the lash line with short, light, but even strokes. Keep it skinny
Product used: Make Over Hyperblack Superstay Liner
3. How to cover up under eye dark circles, no more Panda eyes!
Step 1: Draw your guidelines
By using the applicator wand, draw light strokes covering the entire eye socket
PRO TIP: Do not connect the lines or fill in the middle, or the area will look cakey.
Step 2: Blend it out
Blend and do not forget to set it with powder.
Product used: Make Over Camouflage Cream Face Concealer
4. How to highlight and contour, like a makeup goddess.
Step 1: Determine your face structure
Apply contour to shade the areas and highlight focusing at the center of the face.
Step 2: Blend thoroughly
Blending is the difference between beginners and experts.
Product used: Make Over Highlight & Contour Stick Duo
Just remember, practice makes perfect!