Here's how you don't need to do makeup. Take note and do not make such beauty blunders in the future, otherwise you risk looking older all the time.
Too much blush
Christina Aguilera (36)
Putting blush on the apples of your cheeks is bad manners. As well as using shades that are too bright. “Avoid blushes that are too brown or red, as they will look overly flashy. It's best to choose a shade that matches your natural complexion, advises Yang Ping, a makeup artist based in Los Angeles. Also, instead of dry blush, I advise you to use cream. They spread more easily and remain invisible on the skin. Pay attention to the application technique. Place a drop of blush in the center of the cheekbone and blend it with "sweeping" movements up and down. Such a little trick will help you to give your skin freshness, and also perfectly adjust the shape of your face, visually making you younger."
Liner on the lower eyelid
Sarah Jessica Parker (51)
Yes, too dark eyeliner on the lower eyelid makes you look older and also visually reduces your eyes. To prevent this from happening, use a soft pencil instead of a liner, and not too dark in shade. Apply it as close to the lash line as possible. Start at the outside corner and work your way inward. It is also important that the top and bottom lines of the eyeliner connect at the outer corner of the eye.
Too Much Concealer
Jennifer Lopez (47)
To hide your imperfections, it is important to make the coating as thin as possible. And you also need to choose the right shade that will match your skin tone. “To hide dark blue circles, you need to use correctors with a yellow or peach tint,” says makeup artist Lovonne. Avoid too light ash tones, they will give you a raccoon effect."
The application process is also important. Blend the concealer with light movements from the inner corner of the eye to the outer one, and do it as if you were "sweeping": from top to bottom.
Incorrect eyebrow shape
Pamela Anderson (49)
Thin eyebrows automatically make you look older. Therefore, it is important to correct the shape. To do this, fill in all the gaps with a pencil or a thin brush paired with shadows. Make sure you have the correct application technique. Start at the inner corner of the eyebrows and, using short beveled strokes, gradually draw the hairs.
Britney Spears (35)
You may adore them, but metallic shadows really age you. They easily settle in all folds and create (or emphasize) all the wrinkles around the eyes. It is better to use matte shadows, even if they get into wrinkles, they will remain invisible.
Too dark lipstick
Drew Barrymore (41)
As we age, our lips become thinner and lose their contour. Dark lipsticks only emphasize this, and even more thin the lips even more. “Better to use neutral shades or gloss. They give a softer effect and give a more youthful look,”comments makeup artist Yang Ping.