If you’ve got the art of foundation down, it’s time to expand your horizons and learn some more great tutorials about makeup for beginners! Dig into some new products and start learning to craft your makeup like an expert. I’m not talking smoky eye or disco colors. Before you branch off into complex details, you need to get good at applying a basic, everyday look. In winter metaphors, you’ve got to ski the bunny hill before you brave the black diamond. Join Richard Magazine’s Janna for a quick lesson in how to master a natural look.
Since you’re an expert at foundation already, Janna isn’t going to waste your time explaining how to apply it. If you want a refresher before we go on, check out her earlier Richard tutorial here.
NYC SUNNY BRONZER FOR WARMTH
After you apply your base, you face will need some livening up. Begin this process with a bit of bronzer. You could use blush, but you can’t spread blush all over your skin. Bronzer is a quick, more versatile option. Use a powder brush to add some warmth and color back into your cheeks, temples, and forehead.
COVER GIRL CLUMP CRUSHER MASCARA
The next areas to focus on are your eyes. This Cover Girl mascara will separate your lashes and define them without overpowering the rest of your makeup. Brush the product on gently on your upper and lower eyelashes using quick, small strokes. You don’t need eyeliner for a natural look. Save that challenge for another day.
KIKO LIP VOLUMIZER LIP GLOSS
Lip gloss is easy to obsess over. There are so many options to choose from and it looks so cool when you whip out your lipstick for a touch-up in front of everyone. Kiko Lip Volumizer has the allure of lipstick without any ridiculous gloss or shine. It’s easy to use, comfortable to wear, and pretty without being gaudy.
CITY LIPS PLUMPER
The rose gold plumper Janna uses is the perfect product to demonstrate the potential of this last step. Lips are the one part of your body you want to look more plump! Give your natural lips some pop and shine as a finishing touch.
Now you know how to craft a natural look in just five easy steps. No need for makeup to be complicated or confusing! Work on this look until it’s second nature, then come back for more makeup tutorials with Janna and Richard Magazine!— Richard Editoral Staff