DIY Make-up Tips: A New Mini-Series
It really is.
"Like, foundation, blush, eyeliner, lip pencils, concealer, lip gloss, eyebrow pencils, mascara, mineral make-up, kohl liners and pressed eye shadow?" They then ask (but not always in that order).
It's fun, works just as well (if not better) than store-bought, and it's not even that difficult. Honest engine.
I started doing my own make-up a fair while ago. Through my many trials and (gazillions of) errors, I've learned a few things about DIY make-up. I've decided to share some of my best make-up making tips with you. These are going to be things I really wish someone had blogged about when I was starting out (read: back when dinosaurs roamed the earth and the 'it' color was pink).
My Mission is a Simple One- to inspire you to try making your own make-up too
My Ulterior Motive- to meet more make-up makers and share experiences
Whether you're a complete newbie, semi-practiced, or an old hand at making your own make-up, I hope you will find this upcoming mini-series of tips inspiring and useful.
And for it to be really useful, I will need something from you – your questions – all of them! Drop a comment below and I'll do my best to answer.
(Come to think of it – isn't pink STILL the 'it' color?)
You can either go through the contact page at my website http://www.lisalise.com/contact-us/, or write me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Look forward to hearing from you :)
1) what's the easiest/cheapest place to start?
2) how do you give makeup extra skin-protecting or -enhancing oomph?
i mainly use lip balms, black mascara and eyeliners, and occasionally lipsticks for lips/blush.
Love your blog and tips.
Thank you for all the inspiration.