Add these beauty slangs to your repertoire! You must have heard or seen some beauty related words such as #Contouring, #Baking on Instagram. To be honest wth us, do you really know what they mean?
Get your beauty game on where we list down the hottest beauty trends out there for you to add to your beauty repertoire! Products listed on this post are avaliable on our website: www.beautyfresh.com
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Missed out the contouring wave? Fret not, contouring is OUT and non-touring a.k.a strobing is the way to go. With high-shimmer products, you can create definition by adding more light-reflecting sparkle to the face. This technique is less structural and it’s more about layering cheeks in highlights for a healthy gleam.
How to: After you’ve applied a swipe of your favorite blush, use a strobe cream or highlighting powder and apply it along your cheek bone. You can use it to highlight your T-zone and cupid’s bow for a glowing look.
What to buy: M.A.C Strobe Cream
What's strobing without the MAC Strobe cream!
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We're not talking about pastries but about one of the newest beauty technique that is trending now. This technique has been long used by stage makeup artists to create budge-free, long-lasting looks. Baking if well done can conceal, brighten and enhance your overall look.
How to: After applying concealer and foundation, grab your favourite translucent powder and apply a generous amount under the eyes using a fluffy eyeshadow brush. Let it sit for 5-10 minutes then dust it away. So, what's the result you'll get? A creaseless and flawless look that'll last longer than your usual fast routine. We are preparing a baking tutorial that is coming up next week. Stay tuned for it!
What to buy: Cle De Peau Beaute Translucent Loose Powder
This exquisitely refined loose powder is a perfect tool for your baking wonders. Spread delicately and evenly onto skin for an unparalleled flawless finish.
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For a longer lasting look, it is important to prep your face before any makeup application. This means you need to moisturise your skin and most importantly, prime your skin to allow makeup to stay put. Priming sets your face with less shine on your T-zone and good-bye to eyeshadow creases.
How to: After applying moisturiser to your face, grab a primer and apply it on your T-zone (forehead, nose, cheeks and chin) and add a tiny drab on eyelids for oil control and under the eye to set concealer. Let it dry before applying foundation and your makeup will stay for longer hours!
What to buy: Guerlain Meteorites Perles Light Diffusing Primer
Suspended in the ultra-fresh gel which melt on application to reveal a complexion glowing with freshness.
4. Naked Look
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The no-makeup look is no doubt one of the hardest beauty techniques to master. The trick to this, is to look gorgeous while appearing as if you have absolutely no make up on.
How to: apply BB cream or sheer foundation over moisturised face and blend with clean fingertips. The idea here is to let your natural skin shine through and not completely cover it up. Afterwhich, conceal any blemishes with a small concealer brush. Highlight the high-points of face to give that lit-from-within look.
What to buy: Guerlain Meteorites Baby Glow Light-Revealing Sheer Make-up
Erases signs of fatigue and reveals the youth and natural glow of the complexion.
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