When your makeup is completed it should look natural. That means avoiding colours
that clash. If you have dark skin and hair you will look better in darker shades;
light colours will make you look washed out. If your hair and skin tone are light,
light colours will look better on you. Dark makeup will make you look older and harsh.
If you have oily skin, first use oil control moisturizer and foundation. Then be
sure to wear loose powder, keeping pressed powder with you for touch ups.
6. Hair color
Your hair color should also be in harmony with your skin. If you have dark hair and
you want to add color, keep it close to the same shade. If you have light hair, use
light colors. As you age your skin will lighten, so should your hair color. One last
thing about hair color - if you do color you hair be sure you keep it up, don't let
your roots show.
7. One last thing
Keep makeup looking fresh all day by doing regular touch ups. Don't let your makeup
fade or crease. Smile!!!
Sheila Dicks is a wardrobe and image consultant who teaches women how to look slimmer
by dressing to suit their body type. Visit her at http://www.sheilasfashionsense.com
to download a copy of her e-book Image Makeovers and get How to Build a Wardrobe