MakeUp Mistakes You’re Probably Guilty of and How to Avoid Them- The Zoe Report
it’s friday. and the husband & i are headed on a weekend (not) away. as in, a hotel in our very own city: london. we were hoping for a getaway before christmas just the 2 of us, but a broken rib and tired bodies called for something easy & pampering all at the same time. we are looking forward to sleep, no agenda or pressure to explore an area, and quality time together. a few of my favorite things that come with extended time together include laughing at not that funny things, brainstorming and encouraging one another on in ideas, feeling really young, and then eventually missing our children. life can feel really busy and this is one effort for us to stay connected. and i cannot wait….
i thought this makeup faux pas post was practical and potentially helpful before a weekend where i will actually have time to get myself ready for a date. and apparently, i’m full of makeup faux pas. may you all have weekends filled with love and intentionality and maybe even a reason for some beauty self care. xx
from the zoe report:
MAKEUP MISTAKES YOU’RE PROBABLY GUILTY OF AND HOW TO AVOID THEM
Are you guilty of committing makeup crimes? Our guess is the answer is probably yes. Not to worry. We have advice on how to avoid some of the most common beauty blunders—we’re talking everything from eyeliner that makes you look tired to blush shades that make you look like a Las Vegas showgirl (which is fine, but only if you’re a Las Vegas showgirl). Get our tips for improving your overall beauty game, and shop our favorite products that practically do the work for you.
6 Ways To Foolproof Your Makeup Plan
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We are constantly on the go and rarely take the extra few seconds necessary to make our makeup look flawless. Case in point: applying lipstick without lining the mouth first. Skipping a lip liner can make your pout look straight and lifeless and causes lipstick to feather at the edges. Make sure to get a crisp look by lining all the way around the lips, emphasizing the Cupid’s bow.