Makeup myths you should stop believing

Red lipstick is not for everyone

This is 110% false. Red lipstick suits everyone, and all we need to do is to choose the right shade.

Primers and Moisturizers Work the Same Way

Completely different in formula from moisturizers, Primers help in the easy application of the foundation by creating a smooth base and also makes it last longer. A primer fills fine lines, minimizes the pore size and prevents oiliness. Unlike the moisturizer, which just hydrates the skin and controls dryness, a primer should be applied after moisturizing the skin and before applying the foundation.

 Eye shadow Cannot Match Your Eye Color

Contrasting colors with the eye makeup and eye color can really lift your eyes and make them pop, but that doesn’t mean you cannot match your eye shadow with the eye color. Brown eyes can’t wear brown eye shadow, blue eyes cannot carry blue eye shadows are misconceptions. In fact, matching hues can also make a strong bold statement.

Expensive brands work better

No need to break the bank to get your beauty on—there are good and bad products in all price ranges, In fact, many of the active ingredients in anti-aging skin care products are the same, no matter where you buy them or how much they cost. “While sure, expensive products are going to work for you, so will some of the much cheaper options

Lip Plumper Can Increase the Size of Your Lips

If you have thinner lips, you might have heard several people recommending lip plumpers for you. It contains hot pepper, cinnamon, menthol, and caffeine, which irritate your lips to result in a swollen effect. It is a misconception that it is a treatment and the effect will last for a longer period of time. The fact is that it is not a permanent lip plumping treatment. The only solution for thinner lips to get permanent results is to get lip augmentation done with hyaluronic acid fillers.

You need foundation for a complete look

If you take good care of your skin, you probably don’t need a thick spackling of foundation to pull off a flawless finish. In fact, it could easily just make you look overdone. A tinted moisturizer gives the face a sheen that looks youthful.” For an extra-special touch, apply a light shimmer highlighter on the outer corners of the eye to brighten the whole face. Skip the powder if you want to keep your natural glow.

Always line your lips before applying lipstick

The pre-lipstick liner is supposed to create definition around your kisser and keep your lipstick from feathering. Unfortunately, the liner, which tends to outlast the lip color, can leave a ring around your lips once the lipstick wears off.

Foundation has a bad effect on your skin

The modern foundation contains lots of useful skin-caring ingredients, SPF protection, and components that protect skin from adverse environments, moisturizing it during the day. All you need is to choose a product according to your skin type.

 Eyebrows should be 2 tones darker than hair

Follow this rule only if you have light hair. Brunettes should avoid dark eyebrows — they make the face look rugged.

Dust your whole face with bronzer to look tan

Bad idea, unless you want to look like a Barbie doll who swapped heads with a friend. Thing is, brushing bronzer onto your entire face creates that dreaded line of demarcation between your face and your neck—like an orange mask, says Ungaro. For a more natural, believable glow, dust bronzer over the areas of the face that the sun would naturally hit, like the bridge of the nose, forehead, cheeks, and chin.

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