Being beautiful is a full-time job. Few of us wake up looking like movie stars and so we have to work at looking great on a daily basis. Making sure that you look stunning each day of your life is easy when you know how. Keeping up to date with the latest trends in beauty will help you to look incredible every day. As we approach fall, we need a fresh beauty look to match our new wardrobe. Here is the incredible beauty tips guide for fall 2014.
Fix tired looking eyes with white eyeliner
Fall is always a tiring time. The weather gets cold, and the workload gets hard as we head towards the winter months. If your eyes look tired then you need to do something about it. Using white eyeliner along the waterline of your eyes will mean that you look wide awake, even when you need a nap. Make sure that you don't overdo this look, though, as too much white eyeliner could end up making you look ill.
Use a curling wand to create perfect waves
Forget tight curls, fall is all about loosely tousled waves. You can create these waves by using a curling wand on your locks. Make sure that you invest in the best curling wand on the market so that the product will last. When you have curled your hair, you should brush through your locks with your fingers. Doing so will loosen the curls and make your waves look natural.
Avoid conditioning the roots of your hair
If you have hair that is prone to greasiness then you must be careful whilst washing your hair. If you use conditioner too close to the roots of your hair, you will make your hair greasier than before. Make sure that you only apply conditioner to the tips of your hair as this will give you glossy locks.
Wash your makeup brushes every eight weeks
You use your makeup brushes every single day. That means that your brushes are home to lots of bacteria. Bacteria can lead to breakouts, so you need to make sure that you wash your brushes on a regular basis. Every eight weeks, you need to wash your brushes. You can do so using warm water and soap. Let the brushes dry in a natural way. If you try and dry the brushes with a hairdryer, you could end up ruining the brushes.
Use a lash comb to separate eyelashes
One major issue that all girls have to deal with is eyelash-clotting. When you layer mascara, you will often find that your eyelashes clot together and look unattractive. To avoid getting this look you need to use a lash comb to separate your individual eyelashes. Doing so will add about five to ten minutes to your beauty regime, but it will be worthwhile. When you are layering mascara, make sure that you wait for each layer to dry before adding the next. Letting the mascara dry means that you get few clots.
Choose a red lipstick to suit your skin tone
One classic look that looks incredible in the fall is red lipstick. Red lipstick is the height of sophistication and looks amazing no matter what you wear it with during the day. Choose the right color red for your skin. For example, if you have pale skin, you should look for deep red tones with peach undertones. If you have dark skin, you will need a purple-based red lipstick. Those of you with olive skin are lucky. You can wear almost any color lipstick, and so you should experiment. Choosing the right lipstick to suit your skin tone means that you look great every day.
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