Before you start to make up, cleanse your face, moisturize and even out the skin tone, conceal any flaws with a corrector with either Green or orange color and don’t use too much foundation.
A soft, brownish tint enhances your eye’s natural contours without showing up as shadow. “Choose a shade slightly darker than your skin,” Brush it into the creases and along the lower lashes, making sure there are no hard edges. For extra eye brightening, apply beyond beauty dark shade (30ghc) at the center of the lids, the brow bones, and the inner corners of the eyes
Dot on the eye pencil or Eyeliner
If your eyes need a little extra definition (or you want a slightly less bare look for evening), lightly dot a soft gray or brown pencil between the top lashes. (Optional) Try Maybeline Smoothing Eyeliner Pencil in Brown or Black.
Carefully/ Subtly Amp up lips
To get a pretty tint (that also lasts), pick a shade that matches your lips exactly and press the color into your lips with your fingertip rather than applying it directly from the tube. Concentrate it in the center and blend out. Since we doing a natural look, I recommend gloss.
Work on lashes
Defined lashes are essential, even for a no-makeup look. “You can forfeit shadow and liner but never mascara,” says Osmond. Apply two coats to the top lashes (If they are blond, use brown mascara; if darker, brownish black). For a boost, use a flat eyeliner brush to grab a bit of mascara from the wand and apply to just the roots of the bottom lashes.
This makes your makeup lasts for long hours without getting messed up. After this, you good to do. Enjoy yourself with trying these steps.