Avon Makeup Tips: Part 3
If you are applying makeup for a stage play, keep in mind that it is entirely different than applying makeup for everyday wear. For a stage play, your makeup should be something that can stand the heat of the hot lights and be visible to people that are seated in the farthest row from the stage. However, it shouldn’t be so thick as to look clownish to those seated in the front row.
22. Avon makeup for sensitive skin.
If you have sensitive skin, then it may take you some time to choose the correct Avon makeup to prevent skin irritations. No one wants to experience allergic reactions from makeup. To get around this, you can always do a spot test. This can be done by applying a small amount of the makeup on your skin. Wait 24 hours and see if you have any allergic reactions, before making up your mind.
23. Applying makeup for men.
There is nothing wrong if a guy wants to apply a little makeup, especially if he only wants to cover certain imperfections. To do this, he can actually make use of very basic makeup items. For example, to cover imperfections, he can use a concealer making sure to choose one that is a shade lighter than his skin.
24. Storing your Avon makeup in the bathroom.
Storing your Avon makeup inside the bathroom is not a good idea. This is because the bathroom is often humid, with a lot of moisture in the air. With this moisture comes bacteria and other germs, which could eventually find it’s way into your makeup and affect its quality.
25. Using sponges.
If you like applying your makeup with Avon makeup sponges, make sure to take special care of them,in addition to your other Avon makeup items. The sponge should always be washed clean every couple of uses. If you want to make sure that you have a sponge that is top in quality every time you apply makeup, you can always use a new one after using the sponge twice.
26. Washing your hands.
It is important that you wash your hands thoroughly prior to applying your makeup. This is to ensure that you won’t get dirt in your makeup, as well as on your face. If you find it a hassle to go to the kitchen or bathroom to wash your hands, you can always keep a little bottle of antibacterial lotion where you apply your makeup.
27. Store makeup testers.
If you want to see if a color of cosmetics would look goon on your skin, or to test if you may be allergic to it, you should avoid using the testers found in the stores. This is because they can harbor different types of bacteria. The best way to test a makeup is to try a friend’s or contact your makeup artist or Avon representative.
28. Makeup hygiene.
It is very important that you practice good makeup hygiene. Some things that you need to take note of are the proper storage of your makeup items as well as cleaning the brushes and sponges regularly. By practicing good makeup hygiene, you can prolong the life of your cosmetics and avoid infections that may required a visit to the dermatologist.
29. Infected makeup.
There is no shame in having a reaction to makeup. You should visit your doctor as soon as you can, if necessary. If you experience allergic reactions, then take an antihistamine, or call your doctor, so that you can take something that can provide you with immediate relief.
30. Using a concealer.
When you make use of a concealer to hide blemishes, pimples or other imperfections, there are things that you can do, to make it last longer. One of these things is to lightly dust your face with a loose powder. Doing this ensures the effects of the concealer will last for the whole night.