Youthful EverydayLooks For teenagers and young women, the face is nearly a perfect canvas for makeup. Avoid heavy foundations and mainly use powders to even out skin tone. Daytime eye makeup should also be light and subtle. Forgo the eyeliner and stick with mascara and a bright eyeshadow. Adding a trio of shades such as nude, metallic and light pink brings the shape of the eyelids out without the look being too dramatic. Top off the look with pink lip gloss.
Nighttime FlairEvening outings give you a chance to experiment with more dramatic looks. Consider a smoky eye appearance or slick silver eyeshadow. Bright lipsticks work well in the evening, especially if dinner is followed by dancing. Add even more flair to your makeup with faux eyelashes. When applied correctly, false eyelashes make the person stand out in the darkness. Add a bright blush to the cheeks to make them radiant. Subtle b
lush is reserved for daytime activities, but play it up at night with striking darker colors.
Professional ShootsIf you are in a professional photo shoot, you'll probably be treated to a makeup chair and a makeup artist. Your skin may be airbrushed to even out the color in all areas including legs and arms. The makeup professional and photographer set the tone for the shoot, so allow them to apply the products as necessary. More makeup is usually needed under harsh photography lights.
Whether you use basic makeup brushes or airbrush systems, applying makeup takes finesse and attention to your unique facial features. If you're unsure about the right application process, visit a makeup counter for advice. Looking the part helps you get ahead in life while meeting new and exciting people.