Adding shimmer to makeup is like adding jewelry to a pretty cocktail dress. It can make your makeup look more festive for parties, special occasions and elegant evening events.
Less is more with shimmer and sparkles, so first decide which areas you want to accentuate-eyes, CHEEKS or lips. You don’t want to use it all over the face. Don’t add shimmer to any place you wouldn’t want to draw attention to. The idea is to place the spotlight on a specific area that you intend to be the focal point.
What Type of Shimmer Should You Use?
- Use a shimmer lotion if you want just a touch of shimmer.
- A shimmer cream will give you more of a medium coverage.
- Use shimmer powder if you want more coverage and more noticeable sparkle.
- If you have oily skin, make sure that you use a shimmer product with a crease-free formula so that it will not cake or crease.
How to Use Vitamin E Oil on Face
Moisturize Your Skin:
Vitamin E oil works as an excellent moisturizer. Wash your face with soap and warm water and make sure it’s dry before applying some vitamin E oil with a small piece of cotton. Wear it overnight and wash your face again in the morning. Not only will your skin feel more moisturized, but due to the antioxidants in the oil, your skin will glow. However, please don’t do this more than twice a week since it’s not recommended to be used as a daily moisturizer. I personally don’t leave it overnight… I rinse it off about 10 minutes after applying it. Do what works best for you!
A few drops of tea oil, mixed with a carrier oil (olive oil, coconut oil or sweet almond oil) massaged into your scalp will unclog the hair follicles, nourish the roots and help to induce hair growth. Always remember to mix with a carrier oil first as, on its own, Tea Tree oil is too strong for direct application to your skin.
Don’t go all tweezer-happy-full brows are more flattering. “Tweeze strays where necessary, then fill in your brows with a pencil one shade lighter than your natural brow color,” says celebrity brow expert Robert Bolanos. This creates a softer, more natural effect-using the same shade can look harsh.