Half of our face may now be covered most of the time but this doesn’t mean we can’t make ourselves feel good with makeup and look presentable should we need to remove our masks.
Here’s how to do you makeup even if you have to wear a face mask:
Wear light foundation – Opt for lightweight non-comedogenic base. Local cosmetics label Ever Bilena recommends All Day Liquid Foundation or EB Advance BB Cream which offers coverage while allowing skin to breathe.
Put the focus on the eyes – Pandemic has people beginning to learn how to smile with their eyes, and because they are usually the only visible part of the face, it’s their time to shine. Beginners can try a monochromatic look by sticking to the same shades in the EB Advance Eyeconic Palette and applying it on the lids and underneath the eyes. Meanwhile, seasoned makeup users can try more complex looks, blending all the shades of the same palette. Not fan of eye shadow? Go for winged eyes using the Ever Bilena All Day Eyeliner Pen and finish it off with a few coats of mascara.
Glow from within – Highlight exposed parts of the face such as brow bones, high points of cheeks and bridge of nose using EB Advance Glow Out Highlighter that easily gets the job done. Or go for a flushed skin with the brand’s Blush Rush Tint.
Moisturize your lips – Lipstick might be a bit inconvenient to wear especially since our lips are covered and the product might transfer onto the face mask. But don’t neglect your puckers. Lips are prone to chapping and drying hence use a lip balm of lip gloss like the EB Advance Vinyl Lip Gloss to keep them moist.
The aforementioned products are available on the brand’s official Lazada page.
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