Tucked away behind the cushions of your desk, the art of make-up can be intimidating to newbies, and it can be especially difficult when you have to wear something that’s supposed to be invisible.
Here’s how to navigate the tricky area.
Read More for a few ideas to get you started.
The beauty of the Makeup On the Go is that you don’t have to buy a lot of makeup.
And you can make your own.
We’ve collected all the essential ingredients, and created a makeup kit that you can mix and match.
You’ll need: a palette of your choice; a couple of brushes; a tube of eye shadow or mascara; and a small tube of foundation.
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If that doesn’t satisfy you, here are some ideas for things you can wear that will make you stand out from the crowd.
You don’t need to have a face that’s made of makeup in order to wear this kit, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
It’s an easy way to make your face look amazing, but it also means you’re going to look pretty awesome without it.
Makeup is a must for any new makeup wearer, but this kit makes it even easier.
You’ll need one set of eyeshadow (or a tinted lip pencil), one palette of eyes or lipstick, and a few tubes of eye makeup.
If you can’t get enough eyeshadows, this set also includes a lip pencil and a primer.
For those who want to try different types of eyes, this kit also includes two sets of eye shadows.
The first is for a more dramatic look.
Next is for an everyday look.
This kit includes everything you need to get started: two eyeshades, a primer, a palette, and two tubes of eyes.
Makeup on a Budget: Makeup in Two A few years ago, I was working as a stylist at a salon, and I was spending too much time with the stylists in the bathroom and not enough time with clients.
Now I have the luxury of having a personal assistant on call 24/7.
So I have a budget for myself and a budget to work with.
Here’s what I do.
(Click on the picture for full size)What I need to buy: One eye shade, one palette, two tubes, a tube brush and a tube mascara.
What I don’t.
One tube of eyes and a shade of lipstick.
Eyeshadow: 1 Bubble Eyeshadow (2-pack) 1 Crazy Eyeshade (2.5-pack or more) 2 Chameleon Eyeshadows (2 packs or more each) 3 Glamorous Eyeshades (2 or more packs) 4 Tinted Lipstick (2 pack) 5 Eye Primer: Burt’s Bees Eye Color (5-piece) 6 Honey Eye Primer (5.5 or more-piece or 5-piece in a 5-pack.)
7 Sephora Eyeshading Primer for Urban Decay Eye Primers (5 pack) 8 Zazzle Eyeshaping Primer (5- or 10-piece, depending on how many eyes you have) 9 Dermablend Eyeshaders (10- or 30-piece-in-a-30-pack, depending if you have any eye shadow to add) 10 L’Oreal Eyeshaving Cream (8- or 20-piece pack, depending how many eye shadows you have.)
11 The Color of Your Heart Eye Makeup (10-piece package) 12 Make Up For Ever Eye Make-up (20-piece set or more if you want it all) 13 Urban Decay Eye Color Primer in Gold (10.5 – pack or more.)
14 Mulberry Eye Color (15.5 pack or 20 pack if you use Mulberry Eye Priming Cream) 15 NARS Eye Make-Up in Dark Chocolate (20 pack or 30 pack if using NARS Eye Primed Primers) 16 Shimmer Eyeshadow Primer ($2-$5, depending of your shade) 17 Sunrise Eyeshadows ($2-$3) 18 Too Faced Eye Shadow Primers ($4-$5) 19 All Eye Primings in the ($