Step 5: The time for eye makeup

Some prefer to do the eye makeup before the blush, contour and highlight routine but it works just as well towards the end. Fill in your brows using an eye pencil before moving on to the eye shadow. Apply an eye shadow shade of your choice and then using a blending brush, preferably a nice fluffy one, dust a softer shade onto the crease and blend outwards. Give your eye makeup the requisite finish with eyeliner or mascara, using a very fine tipped pencil for the waterline and a stiff, angled brush for the lids. The eyes are one place where you can really show off your creativity. So go ahead and put your creative cap on!

Step 6: Luscious lips at last!

The lips, with the possible exception of the eyes, are perhaps the most noticed aspect of your makeup. For a quick fix, apply a red, rosy (or any colour of your choice) lipstick using a lip brush and you’re good to go. If you’ve got more time, covering the entirety of your lips with a lip liner and following up with a layer of liquid matte lipstick of the same colour works wonders for your lips. Finally, use a setting powder or spray to help keep your makeup in place for longer and you’re all set to paint the town red.

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