Soft Makeup for Teen Beauty

Teen Beauty

Teenagers start very early to have a special interest on fashion and beauty. But as a teen, it’s not advisable to apply extra makeup. It will make you superficial and too much older than you actually are. Teenage makeup should always be soft and subtle. Only a touch of colour on your eyes, your cheeks and your lips does you a fresh and natural look! You don’t need more…

Here’s a quick makeup look that you can use every day, or for special occasions.

If you have a skin problem, you can use a touch of camouflage with the brush to cover imperfections. Then add a touch of powder to perfect your skin tone.

  • Brush and feather your eyebrow with a pencil of the same colour.
  • Apply a colourful colour on your eyelid and a little over on the arch of your brow bone. In this picture we have used Sky Violet Eye Shadow.
  • Now use a very light shimmer, and apply it just under you eyebrow and on the inside corner of your eyes.
  • Take an Eye pencil darker than your Eye shadow, here, we have used Aubergine, a dark brown/purple. Trace a line at the root of your eyelashes. The line should be thinner in your inside corner and broader in the outside to open up your eyes.
  • Apply mascara on your upper lashes by sliding the brush sideways and for extra thickness coat the top of your top lashes.
  • Use a pink blush as long as you don’t have naturally pink cheeks and a nude and shiny Lip Gloss on your lips and you’re ready in less than 10minutes

About pandorasmakeup

The PANDORA'S Makeup Box Blog written by PANDORA'S Makeup Box®, a Canadian makeup brand created by Susan Kirsch, entrepreneur, studio owner, and award-winning makeup artist. We love to share Beauty Tips and Tricks, products and techniques so that you can benefit from our expertise and new finds.
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