Valentine’s Day is right here around the corner. It means just one thing, date night. Whether you’re out condescending in a candle light dinner with your S.O or meeting a Tinder match for the first time this so called holiday is the perfect time for glass casing your best makeup looks so far. To get you in the mood, and so that you have lots of time to practice, take a look at our top rated Valentine’s Day makeup ideas.
1. Dewy Skin:
Valentine’s Day comes at the end of winter. It can lead to your skin looking a little duller than conventional. That’s where a dewy foundation can come in proficient. Just imagine how wonderful radiant looking skin will look in opposition to a candle light canvas on a date night!
Massage a thin layer of primer onto your skin before you apply any foundation. This can help to create a smooth, even flock for makeup petition.
Use a makeup blender to apply the foundation. To blend the foundation onto your skin, use dabbing and rolling motions
Finish your look off with a face powder. It will help to lock your look in. So, it will last throughout all of the beautiful moments the night has in store for you.
2. Classic Red Lips:
No one can deny that Valentine’s Day is synonymous with red lipsticks. For some of you, it’s the one time of a year when you bring out the big guns and rock a bold pout. On the Valentine’s Day, let your red lips do all the talking by keeping the rest of your makeup neutral.
Cover up any dark circles, redness, or blemishes with a color correcting concealer. Try a green concealer for redness, yellow concealer for purplish discolorations, and peach concealer for dark circles.
You can opt for a simple eye makeup, since you’re keeping the focus on your lips. A coat of lifting mascara can do the trick for this.
Outline your lips with a matte red lipstick. Then fill in your pout.
3. Shimmering Lids:
Let your eyes shine on Valentine’s Day date night with the help of a shimmering eye shadow.
To dust a characteristic eye shadow across your lids, you can use a plumy eye shadow brush, making sure not to stretch the color past your crease. By keeping your color restricted, you will not risk overwhelming your lids.
Use a shiny pink lipstick for glossy pink lips. Attach the color starting with the center of your upper lip, then work your way outwards. Then slide the bullet diagonally to your whole bottom lip.