What if we told you that your makeup routines don’t have to always be stiffen to
rules? Makeup product is more versatile as you might think. Time and
experience proven, it can functions so much more than what is written on its
manual. Doubling (some even triple) the use of one makeup product will
shortcut time getting ready. And also, more importantly, save your cash flows.
1. Lipstick as eyeshadow and blush
Lipstick might be one of the products that can be used as almost anything your
heart desires. As a replacement for eyeshadow, lipsticks such as Make Over
Cliquematte Lip Stylo, will give out a well-pigmented shade for the eyes. It can
also be considered to use lipstick as a cream blush. Therefore, the whole look will
be one-tone-flatter by only one product.
2. Eyeshadow as highlighter
Although there are perfectly good highlighters out there, it can be substitute by
the right eyeshadow shade, if you must. Whether it is shimmered or muted one,
either will add youthful-looking glow to your complexion. Just remember to use
highlighter brush when putting it on for a natural finish.
3. Lipgloss as highlighter
Switch to lipgloss as highlighter, instead, for a full dewy look.
4. Mascara as brow gel
This trend actually hauled from a backstage trick on a London Fashion Week
back in 2016. It turns mascara into a multi-tasking product while resulting in the
most natural-looking brows. Mascara brushes brows hair by hair to make them
into a fuller, natural 3-D look.
5. Eyeliner as eyeshadow base
Strictly only for pencil eyeliner, use Make Over Eyeliner Pencil and it can be
doubled as an eyeshadow base, if not, a smoky-eye’s little helper. Apply it as if it
is an eyeshadow stick. Start at the outer corners of the eyes and blend it with
eyeshadow brush or finger.
(Alternatives: blush and contour as eyeshadow)