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Concealer is a must have for every teenage girl. It can erase pimples in a flash and you only use it where you need it. Choose the one closest to your natural skin tone. Using the wrong color will only bring attention to the blemish or discoloration you are trying to cover. There are also concealers called color correctors. They vary in colors but can be green, purple, yellow, and orange. Sounds crazy right? Well if you look at a color wheel, green is on the opposite side to red. So, if you want to cover redness, you would use a green concealer to cancel it out. This applies to all the color correctors.
Once you have a clear and concealed face, you can add a rosy glow to your cheeks. One thing to remember is that powders blend with powders, and creams blend with creams. Powder blushers work best when they are blended on top of another one, so I would use a translucent one on your cheeks to create a good base. Choose a shade that is close to your natural blushing color, usually you can tell by the undertones of your skin but if in doubt, pinch your cheeks for a few seconds and you'll see your natural blush. Cream blushers blend well on top of a foundation, but tend to look cakey on top of powders. So I would only use cream blush if you are wearing a full face of foundation.
Bronzer is a great way to bring definition and a little color to your face, unfortunately a lot of people don't know how to use it and end up looking orange. Choose a bronzer that is appropriate for your skin tone, it shouldn't be too dark or too light. Pick a bronzer that is warm tones so you don't look muddy. Those with fair skin should use a golden color, medium tones should use a bronze-red color, and dark tones should use shimmery browns.
Eyeliner can make your eyes seem wider, whiter, and more intense. It can really bring out the beauty in anyone's eyes if used in the right way. Eyeliner comes in many colors, not just black. So experiment with blues, browns, purples, and greens. There are a few types of eyeliners, pencil, liquid, and gel/creme liner. There are so many options and possibilities.
Pencil liners are the easiest to use and generally the most popular. To draw a line on your top lashline, steady the hand with the pencil on your face with your pinky, and use your other hand to steady the skin around your eye (don't pull it though!). Then use small, short strokes to connect the line. To fill in the inner rim of your eye, also known as the waterline, gently run the liner over it and don't pull at the skin, it is very sensitive.
Mascara is an absolute must for teenagers, it's simple but it makes an impact. It opens up your eyes and it’s great for those days you oversleep in the morning! You want to choose a mascara that is lengthening, volumizing, long lasting, and doesn't flake. Black is the color that most people use but never be afraid to use color! An eyelash curler does wonders for lashes and really makes a difference.
Eyeshadow can be very tricky, but if used in the right way, your best friend.
Most teenagers prefer a simple look they can do in the mornings before school. So, I would recommend a shimmery gold,or neutral color eyeshadow that enhances your eye color but is easy to apply at the same time. It gives you a little pop of color without too much hassle.