Makeup Made Easy – Tips | Ideas | Trends

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Makeup Made Easy


Makeup is any type of cosmetics that alters or enhances one’s beauty


  • Foundation
  • Concealers
  • Powder
  • Setting powder
  • Eye liners (liquid, gel, pencil, kajal)
  • Eye shadow primers
  • Face primers
  • Lips pencils
  • Lipsticks
  • Eye pencil (brow pencil)
  • Brow filters
  • Eye shadows
  • Bronzers
  • Contour kit
  • Blush



Powder Brush

used to apply powder all over the face

Blush Brush

Used to apply blush on the apples of the cheeks

Face Contour

Used to apply contour on the cheeks

Fan Brush

Used to apply bronzer all over the apples of cheeks, forehead, chin & bridge of the nose


Used to apply eyeshadows over the eyelid

Eyeshadow Blending Brush

Used to blend in eyeshadow  & apply transition shades on the eye crease.

Foundation Brush

Uused to aply foundation all over the face

Slant Brush

Used to apply concealers under th brow. It is used to define the brows ith concealers.

Eyeliner Blush

Used to apply eye liner under the eye.

Lip Bruseh

Used to apply blend lip products on the lip.

Mascara wand/spooly

Used to blend out mascara or used to brush up the brow.

Eyeshadow Contour Brush

Used to aply dayk shades of eyeshadow to the outer conour of the eye.


  • Round face
  • Pear shape
  • Oval shape


  • Round shaped brows
  • Aarch shaped brow
  • Flat brows
  • Soft arched brow


  • Drawing of the brows: slightly fill the brows using your brow pencils of filler. Fill the direction of the brows following your client matural brow shape. This helps to make it look very natural
  • Define the brows: define the brows using a concealer of a shade lighter than your clients skin shade.
  • Prime the fane: apply face primer all over the face and mostly on places that breaks oil a lot.
  • Apply eyeshadow: when applying eyeshadow, first of all apply the transition shade, then prime the eyelid with an eyeshadow primer before applying eyeshadow on the eyelid. Bend well to avoid harsh lines except for the cases of “cut-crease”.
  • Apply eye-liner: after applying eye shadow, line the upper eye led with a gel liner, liquid, kajal or pencil.
  • Fix lashes: after eyeliner fix the lashes. Make sure the lashes is properly placed to avoid itching on the clients eye and causing tears.
  • Apply foundation: apply foundation all over the face with a beauty blender. Make sure it’s the shade of your client and make sure to blend properly so it sits on your clients face to avoid breaking.
  • Highlight the face: highlight the face with a concealer a shade lighter than your clients skin tone. Blend very well. The highlighter goes under the eye, the bridge of the nose, the chin and the forehead area.
  • Contour the face: contour the face with a dark shade of powder. The contour goes on the hallow of the cheek, and the sides of the nose to give a define face structure.
  • Set the face: apply setting powder all over the areas that were highlighted leave to set for a few seconds.
  • Apply powder: apply powder all over the face to blend.
  • Apply blush: apply blush on the cheek bone to give that rosey cheeks.
  • Apply bronzer: apply bronzer on the apples of the cheeks, on the bridge of the nose, the chin and forehead area.
  • Line the under eye: ling the under eye with any colour of eyeliner of your choice, perfectly black.
  • Lipstick: apply lipstick on the lips to bring out that finished make-up look
  • Set the face: set the face with your setting spray. This helps to keep your make-up fresh all day long.
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Ensure to use quality product to avoid make-up breakage and reaction on the face.


Traditional marriage make-up is differentiate by the use of bold colours on eye and on the lips. TM make-up is meant to be bold and outstanding at the same time not ugly.


White wedding make-up is known for it’s toned down nature. All colours use on the eye lips must be mild to give that innocent look. It must always look beautiful and break taking, yet innocent.


  • Wash brushes with warm water with soap or shampoo ones every tow weeks depending on how it been used to avoid bacteria setting in.
  • When washing the brush apply soap and shampoo in your palm and work the brush in circular motion until it is clean.
  • Rinse in warm water and air out to dry. Avoid squeezing the brush, shake out the water and keep to dry.

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