Monday, July 26, 2021

Valentine’s Day Beauty Tips

Shahnaz Husain  
Love it or Leave it, Valentine Day   the holiday of love is  right around the corner.   It doesn’t matter if you are going on    special date for romantic night out ,looking for one  or just a walk with friends and family ,  you want to look your absolute best with amazing healthy and   rosy glow   on the special day.
Whether you are  going  for a romantic sojourn  with your beau, attending a live show, enjoying dinner for two or dancing the night party , Valentine day    is the perfect opportunity for you to bond and reconnect with your partner and loved ones.
 If   you’ve got a new boyfriend, a hot date, or a tried-and-true love,  Valentine  day gives you the perfect excuse to pamper yourself to look romantic,sweet  presentable, attractive with   flawless looking radiant skin with youthful glow  .
Beauty Diva Shahnaz Husain  shares perfect  make up   tips on how to get your skin in tip-top  for you and your loved one on special day popularly remembered as   Saint Valentine’s Day
If your skin is clear, leave out foundation during the day. Use baby powder, or compact power. Pay more attention to the oily areas of the face, like nose, forehead and chin. Press the powder all over the face and neck, with a slightly damp sponge. This helps it to set and last longer.
 If you want to use foundation at night, choose a water-based one. Add a drop of water for a lighter coverage. Before applying foundation, apply astringent lotion if your skin is oily, or moisturizing lotion for dry skin. Wait for a few minutes to allow the skin to absorb it. Next, use concealer to cover up pimples and scars, if any. Or, use two shades of foundation. One shade should be as close to your skin colour as possible. The other should be a shade lighter if the blemishes are dark. Take a little light coloured foundation and apply it directly on the pimple or pimple scar. Avoid rubbing or smearing. Pat it into the skin. Then apply your normal foundation on the face and using a moist sponge, spread it evenly, going outwards. Remember the neck too. Blending is important to achieve a smooth finish then apply tinted loose powder on top to “set” the foundation. Or, use compact powder.
Blusher comes next, or you can apply it at the end. Use powder blusher. Pink or peach blusher would suit most skin tones. Apply on the cheekbones and slightly below it. Use your finger tips to dot the area with blusher. Then, blend with the brush, outwards and slightly upwards. Apply highlighter on the cheekbones. Highlighters should not be white. Choose from ivory or pale pink. Blend well.
For the eyes, use a brown eye shadow on the eyelids. Use the same brown shadow under the lower lashes, instead of eyeliner or kaajal. Take a darker brown eye shadow and apply it on the upper lid, close to the upper lashes. The entire effect will be natural. If you want to line the eyes, use an eye pencil. Give your eyes a light touch of mascara. Make sure the lashes do not stick together. Brush them with an eyelash comb.
For the night and for a more dramatic effect, use a dark brown, or dark grey eye shadow on the eyelids close to the lashes and stroke it upwards and outwards. For the smoky eyed look, line the eyes with eyeliner close to the lashes and then smudge the eyeliner slightly with a sponge tipped applicator. It should not be a harsh line.
 For the lips, plain gloss can be enough for the day, or add a touch of gloss over light pink or mauve lipstick. Coloured gloss is also available. Avoid using lip liners and just brush the lips with lipstick, going for shades of pink, from pale pink, to rose or tawny pink. At night, go for rose, coral or bronze, or just stick to pink.
Last, but not least, wear a light flowery or lemony fragrance, nothing too overpowering.
The author is international fame beauty expert and is called Herbal Queen of India