As the topic stated, I would like to know what makeup you apply casually. Of course you are free to include the special occasions such as, festivals, cosplaying, parties etc.
I myself am not familiar with what I should be resorting to. I cosplay female characters despite being male. Even though I do get facial treatment and hydration, some of my masculine qualities are too noticeable.
Here is a recent photoshoot of myself on my latest crossplay. Tenshi Hinanai from Touhou Ciel Phantomhive from Black Butler
I would appreciate it if you guys reading this would like to share some tips for my facial treatment or a way to maximize the beauty for the face.
Then again, the opportunity for the photoshoot of my crossplay was very limited - it was early in the morning and I had to race between the time my sister wants to go out and the time my father comes home.
Review of brand names are most welcomed.
Left out important info: These photos did NOT include any use of makeup or whatsoever.
If possible, I'd like more advice on how to find the right concealer and foundation products.
I wanted to avoid using fake eye lashes - only after realizing the hair on my eye lashes are simply not long enough. (Read somewhere that they take extremely long to grow.)
Cover girl foundation.
Elf clarifying pressed powder.
and few other tools with foundation, all complimenting regular ivory.
if i have to work i typically do liquid foundation, concealer, powder foundation on my cheeks and translucent powder on the rest of my face, blush on the apple of my cheeks, sculpting powder under my cheek bones, fill in my brows and do a heavy cat-eye in purple or bright blue, curl lashes and add mascara and some lip gloss and/or nude lipstick.
i do really crazy stuff every now and then, my work doesn't care but i've been a lot lazier in the morning lately.
to make your face more feminine try looking up drag makeup tutorials and focus on the facial sculpting. there's a lot you can do with highlighter and shading to make the face seem more feminine.
I love "naked makeup" the best. I apply Bobbi Brown Skin Foundation with a stippling brush. It's a good product for normal to slightly oily complexions, useless for very oily. I whisk on a matte powder and brush on a nude pink lip color, then dab my lower lip with gloss. Sometimes I brush on a sheer plum powder blush. I prefer not to bother with eye makeup but I've been experimenting with false eyelashes and I actually tolerate them far better than mascara.
*Too Faced Amazing Face Foundation in Vanilla Creme
*Neutrogena Skin Clearing Mineral Powder in Classic Ivory (10)
*Laura Geller Balance -N- Brighten in Regular
*Estee Lauder Blush in Estee Lauder Signature
*Almay Intense I-Color Liquid Eyeliner in Black Pearl
*Glam'Eyes Lash Flirt by Rimmel London in Kohl Black
*Too Faced eyeshadows in
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