With so many different brands and types of makeup out there, we felt that having a place where anyone can come and learn how to do any type of makeup would be helpful. We are currently in the process of creating makeup tutorial videos and can't WAIT to bring them to you here.
In the mean time, please check out these quick and easy 'Get the Looks' created by BeingTRUE!
- Applying lip balm before you go to sleep will help you keep soft lips.
- Smile to find the apples of your cheeks. Or, bend over for 30 seconds and come up slowly. The place where your cheeks are still flushed is where you should apply your blush.
- Do not use your hand or arm to find the right foundation shade, try it on the side of your chin. Your arm or hand may not be the same shade as your face.
- When applying your mascara, if you accidentally get it on your lid or anywhere else. Do not smudge it off! Leave it there for about 30 seconds or until it dries, and use a cotton swap to wipe it off. It should come off easily without messing up the rest of your makeup.
- When applying eyeliner, open your mouth to relax your eye muscles.
- If you have small lips, the lightest and frostiest lipsticks will make your lips look fuller.
- Always use an eye shadow primer to keep eyeshadows from creasing, and make them last longer.
- Shimmer eye shadows highlight lines and wrinkles. If you are trying to disguise them, go for more matte eye shadows.
- Lining your water line with white can make your eyes look bigger & helps open up the eye. If you are pale with blonde hair, try using a skin toned eyeliner because white can look too harsh.
- When applying eye shadow, apply lighter shades to the lid, and the darker shades to the crease and outer corner.
- If you have a long face, only apply blush on the apples of your cheeks and do not fan upwards. Fanning upwards makes your face look even longer.
- If you have a wider face, fan upwards towards your temples to make your face look long.
- For fuller lips, apply lip gloss in a downward motion for a 3D effect.
- Forgot your blush? You can use lipstick instead. Use your fingertips to apply the color.
- If you have dark circles under your eyes, cut two slices of kiwi and lay it over your eyes. This also helps reduce puffiness and redness.
- If you have a zit, use eye drops on it to reduce redness and the swelling of a blemish.
- Pollution and toxins in the air affect your skin. Keeping a cactus in your office or bedroom will help soak up the toxins in the air, and help your skin.
- Apply your mascara in zig zag motions to make your eyelashes look longer and fuller.
- Applying eyeliner around your entire eye can make big eyes look smaller.
- If you have an angled face, rounder eyebrows will compliment you.
- If you have a round face, angled eyebrows will compliment you.