Health What does it take to be a classic beauty? A classic makeup collection, of course! Sure, we’re all about keeping makeup natural looking, but every classic beauty – from Audrey Hepburn to Lady Di to Jennifer Aniston – has benefited from some help from their makeup collection. In no particular order, here are the four best makeup collection essentials of all time! Mascara – No look is .plete without mascara. In fact, makeup collection experts tell women if you only have time for one product, make it mascara. Today’s are versatile and do just about everything from adding length and volume using tiny, wash-away fibers to growing new, thicker lashes thanks to prescription-grade serums. To get the most from your mascara, look for one with a small, circular wand that reaches out and grabs even the smallest of lashes. Then, gently "walk" the wand up your lashes, going from root to tip when you apply it. Foundation – Long ago, covering up was all about caking on the face paint to hide imperfections. Foundations were thick and choices were limited. Nowadays, we try to improve those imperfections while we’re busy covering them up. Add a light-wearing foundation to your makeup collection that includes an SPF and a formula that improves blemishes and your skin – and your makeup collection – will thank you. Lipstick – What’s more classic than a red lipstick? Today’s makeup collections feature a variety of reds in every shade to fit your mood, from crimson to fire engine. To find one that best suits you, it’s all about undertones. If your skin has warm undertones, you’ll want a soft red color like brick or mauve. If you’re more of a cool cucumber, look for reds with a blue base. And nothing pairs better with red than a sparkling smile – make sure your makeup collection includes a tooth-whitening toothpaste or mouthwash. Eyeliner – You can’t get .e hither, bedroom eyes or a smoky look without eyeliner. Whether you prefer a traditional eye pencil or a bolder liquid formula, your makeup collection isn’t .plete until you’ve added eyeliner. Remember Audrey’s classic look from Breakfast at Tiffany’s? Make it your own with a black liquid liner. Draw a liner that’s thinner towards the inner corner but gets bolder and thicker as you reach the outside edge. Tilt the line up just slightly at the ends. Finish with several coats of black mascara. Copyright (c) 2010 John Howell About the Author: 相关的主题文章: