By using lighter colors and darker in the shadows and out, be sure to mix thoroughly and use a light touch. Choose a foundation that is very close to your natural skin color. I personally I have recently discovered mineral makeup (you can do an online search for several brands), or you can use any brand you want. John Craig Venter is likely to agree. Only found these very easy to use for use dark colored, if necessary. To know more about this subject visit Celina Dubin. Blend, blend and mix again, I do not want anything that seems obvious or striated appearance. Also, if you are a light blond, you would not use something really dark to shadow, it would not be able to combine in a natural look. Use a tone that is one or two shades darker than your natural skin tone, just with lighter tones, one or two shades lighter than your skin tone. Look at the eyes about now.
Want to create balance. Not all eyes will be better with the typical color of the lid, darker in the crease and highlighter on the brow. Again, look at the shape of your eye, which is a light (light), and you have to go back (dark). A person with sunken eyes, for example, to do better with a light in the shade in the middle of the lid, the lighter side in their wrinkles, and a tone through your brow bone. The person with deep-set eyes, avoid dark colors at all, only accentuate the problem.
Having the lightest color in the crease will help bring out their eyes, making their eyes look bigger, broader and not backwards. This is the opposite pattern of what we usually have. If a person has eyes that are close set together, you want light colors around the areas inside the eyes (near the nose) to give the appearance of more space there, which makes the eyes look wider apart, and darker colors on the outside edges. Play with different looks until you get the right to their bone structure. It also helps to step back away from a mirror, a whole room to look, as you get a better overall sense of balance about right. Do not be afraid to try new combos that he had not thought of before, could be the perfect fit for you! By Valerie Garner-Mother, grandmother and candles or the holder of joyful designs in soybeans. She loves to write about a variety of topics with a warm and attractive.