3 Valentine’s makeup ideas that work for any type of night date
What is the best time to try a black lip than on February 14?
No matter what you plan for Valentine’s Day, one of the funniest things about this sweet party is certainly being prepared – and of course there is everything you can get from chocolate. Try one of these three delicious makeups that are suitable for all occasions:
Look 1: Soft and shining
This look focuses on your face as a key function, so the glowing is the key. Start with a clean, moisturized skin and think about applying a primer that blurs the look of large pores, such as No7 Airbrush Away Pore Minimizing Primer ($ 20, target.com).
1. Dusty blush on a peach rose.
Apply a red peach with a soft brush to warm your complexion. We used the 16-hour blush “Too adored Love Flush”, I will always love you ($ 26, sephora.com).
2. Note this bone structure.
Mark points to the cheekbones, under the bones of the eyebrows and in the middle of the lower lip for completeness. We used Kevyn Aucoin Liquid Light Highlighter for Heavenly Skin ($ 52, sephora.com).
3. Get a bright inflatable.
Add a bright pink shade to the lips for moisture and shine. We used IPKN Twinkle Lips in Glow Pink ($ 18, birchbox.com).
4. Apply mascara.
Add two layers of black carcass to your upper eyelashes and shake with a brush on the basis to increase the volume. We used CoverGirl Super Sizer mascara in a very dark color ($ 7, ulta.com).
Since this is a simple form, it works with almost everything that you want to wear. Bright skin and makeup – what else do you want?
Take a look 2: Glamorous and romantic
Who does not like the black lip on V-Day? But instead of choosing a typical red color, try instead a big berry.
1. Apply mascara.
Cover the upper eyelashes with black ink from the root to the tip – we used CoverGirl Super Sizer Mascara in Very Black ($ 7, ulta.com) – then hold the brush vertically and add some of your outer eyelashes plus This gives them look too long and quick-tempered.
2. Buff on the blush.
Add color to cheeks, slightly reddening. We used the 16-hour blush “Too adored Love Flush”, I will always love you ($ 26, sephora.com).
3. Select your smooth lips with a bold color.
Soften the cracked lips with a gentle lip scrub. Like Sara Happ Lip Scrub ($ 22, nordstrom.com), then draw a lipstick of fuchsia with a sponge for more precision. We used a spray to apply Obsulsive Compulsive Cosmetics in Strumpet ($ 16, birchbox.com).
Also great for a party with friends or chat with friends, you can put on your boldest outfit and enjoy the confidence of this bright look.
Look 3: Sultry and smoky
This last look combines the sexual side of the smoky eye with Look # 1, so if you look at it (to see better, dear!), Try it.
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1. Apply the base color.
Apply a delicious shimmer of shimmering candy on your eyelids with your eyebrow brush. We have too thin a shadow for the eyes in the chip-molasses from the series Bon Bon Chocolate ($ 49, toofaced.com)
2. Shrink the crease.
Add a deep chocolate shadow to the crease to add a swelling. We used Too Faced Eyeshadow in a black chocolate bonbon truffle Bon Bon ($ 49, toofaced.com)
3. Draw the cat’s eye.
Pull a thin line to the top cover, then pull it into the eye of the sensitive cat. We used Clio Waterproof Pen Liner in black ($ 12, Amazon.com).
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4. Soak the soil.
Black pencil lining along the line of lower eyelashes. We used Kevin Aukoyn’s Precision Eye Definer in Stealth ($ 32, neimanmarcus.com).
5. Expand and thicken the eyelashes.
Wipe two layers of black mascara on the upper eyelashes and one layer on the lower eyelashes. We used CoverGirl Super Sizer mascara in a very dark color ($ 7, ulta.com).
6. Pass a translucent and shiny on the lips.
Once you’re done, show your favorite heels and a few hoops with a chic monochrome outfit. Now you are ready for refined cocktails, night dances and all that night can offer.