Top 12 Beauty / Makeup Crimes That One Should Definitely Avoid
Makeup looks good and makes you look beautiful, but there are certain things and certain type of makeup that can make you look really bad. They are the Don’ts’ and No No’s that everyone should stay away from. So here are Top 12 Beauty / Makeup Crimes That One Should Definitely Avoid.
Wearinig Too Much Makeup
Well Too Much makeup means: primer, base, a lot foundation, dark blush, lipstick, 3 coloured eye shadow, mascara, eyeliner, fake eye lashes, fake nails, nail polish, nail art, and contouring! As you can imagine, all this is just too much. It would make you look fake and give a cakey appearance to your face, which you obviously don’t want. No onw wants to look like she is wearing a mask.
Burning your hair by blow drying or straightening it every day is a big beauty crime. Not only your hair look horrible, but they also become very rough and dull. Your hair dry out and lose all the natural shine and beauty. So simply say NO to blow drying or straightening as much as you can.
Sticky And Extra Glossy Lips
Well we all love lip gloss but over doing it is a crime. Extra sticky and glossy lips look really bad.
Playing Up Both — The Eye And The Lips
You should always keep this famous rule in your mind whenever you are doing makeup. Playing up both would look very over done and would make you look like a clown. Be honest and ask yourself: Would three dark coloured eye makeup look good with blood red lipstick? Well the honest answer is obviously NO. It would simply look AWEFUL!
No Eyebrows! [Over Tweezed Eyebrows]
Have you every thought how important eyebrows are for your beauty? Well, let me tell you that they are VERY important. Over tweezed eyebrows look horrible.
Over Contouring Your Face
Contouring is acceptable toa certain level, and that level is till people cannot tell that you have actually done contouring. Extra contouring will not only make you look odd but also really ”NOT pretty”.
Using Foundation That Doesn’t Match Your Skintone
The skintone you have naturally looks the best on you — don’t try to change it. Using a 2 tone lighter or 2 tone darker foundation would look really odd, simply because it looks fake. It is one of the biggest makeup downer.
Extra Long Fake Eyelashes
First of all, almost everything that is ‘fake’ doesn’t look good. Some people might disagree with me, but in my view you look the prettiest with your ‘natural’ and ‘original’ face. Doing too much makeup doesn’t necessarily make you pretty. Just keep in mind that you are beautiful the way you are. : )
Dark Lip Liner
You must have heard it a lot of times, and I am saying it again. Darker lip line and light lipstick are a big NO NO! It looks really odd and ugly (apologies to all those who have done it, or do it). A very basic rule of applying a lipstick is to use a same coloured lip liner with a lipstick.
Over Lining Your Lips
Even if your lips aren’t the most beautiful feature on your face, always fill the lipstick in whole of your lips. Do not over line them to make them look bigger. Fill in the naturaly lip line perfectly. All the features of your face can look good, only if you know which colours you should use on them. You can always ask your beautician which lipstick colour will suit you keeping in mind your lips’ shape.
Blushing Like A Clown
Over blushing your cheeks is a makeup disaster. Applying blush like a clown is a bit Makeup DON’T! Just lightly blush your cheeks with a soft colour to look beautiful.
Do You Have Dorian Grey Syndrome?
What I am trying to say is simple: Waer makeup keeing in mind your age. You cannot wear makeup (or act) like teenagers do if you are 40 years old. Do the type of makeup that compliments your age and looks.
Have we missed out any beauty / makeup crime that you think should have been included in the list? Tell us in comments below..
How To Fake Flawless SkinNovember 22nd, 2013
Top 10 Best HighlightersOctober 25th, 2013
Enter To Win A Beauty Prize Pack!!October 16th, 2013
How to Apply Long Lasting MakeupOctober 15th, 2013
Revlon 1875 Ionic Hair Dryer ReviewOctober 11th, 2013