Emergency Makeup in Your bag When Caught in a Storm
Women are often asked which emergency makeup products they always carry in their bags on which they can rely at the most awkward moments.
Have you also been asked such a question? If yes, check out if you too carry any of the makeup products listed below in your mini makeup emergency kit.
Lip stain helps to keep your lips colored always. Use it along with lip gloss for the best effect.
#Mattifying Pressed Powder:
For a quick touchup, why not keep some mattifying pressed powder with you?
If you have an oily skin, it will reduce the oiliness and keep your skin smooth and flawless.
One of the really good emergency makeup bag essentials is the bronzer.
If you want to do some natural looking contouring of your features, like your cheekbones, so that they stand out, use a bronzer. It works well when you use it with a blush.
This cream is an absolute must in any woman’s bag as it smoothens, tightens, brightens and tones the skin.
And it’s so lightweight that it doesn’t feel like you’re wearing anything on your skin.
If you suddenly spot a pimple and you don’t know what to do about it, hide it. How? By using a concealer of your skin tone so it blends with your complexion.
#Blush Brush: Another absolute must in your handbag that can give you a natural look is a blush brush.
By using this, you can accentuate your cheekbones, chin, forehead, under eyes and ears.
Apart from the above, you can create your own emergency survival kits by putting together a moisturizer, lip balm for thin lips, ear buds, face wash, dry and wet tissues and perfume.
These makeup essentials checklist help you look perfect always and are up for any emergency that might come your way.
By carrying these products with you always, it’s obvious that you know how to do your Makeup.
Emergency Makeup Tips and Tricks:
If you’re caught on the wrong foot and you can’t let yourself look less than perfect, use these emergency makeup tips and tricks and look your best:
- If you have puffy eyes, dip two bags of green tea in hot water and put them in the freezer for a few minutes. Then, cover your eyes with these tea bags and watch your eye puffiness reduce.
- If your face is unusually oily, dab some loose mineral powder on your nose and forehead. It will absorb all the excess oil without ruining your makeup.
- To cover a pimple hours before you go to an event, dab toothpaste on the pimple using a q-tip. Leave it on overnight and watch how your toothpaste dries the pimple and gives you smooth skin.
- If you haven’t had the time to do your nails, give it a quick-fix by spraying some hair spray on them. Now, aren’t they bright and shiny?
These are just some ways of dealing with makeup emergencies. For natural looking makeup, speak to your beauty consultant.