Early Morning Makeup Tips and Tricks
Apply all-in-one makeup products like BB Creams to minimize the time you spend on making yourself look fabulous.
Choose a Brightening Concealer
If you didn’t get much sleep, a brightening concealer is a must. They key to getting the right look is finding a concealer that isn’t too bright. You shouldn’t start your makeup for early morning routine without first using a brightening concealer. Dot it at the darkest areas of your under eye circles and blend it well.
Try a Blue Eyeliner
If you have time to apply eyeliner, blue is an excellent choice. The cool tones of blue eyeliner reduce redness that you might be experiencing on your skin, or at least on your eyes when you wake up extra early. If blue is too much for you, then go for a neutral beige eyeliner on the waterline. Apply it on your lower eyelid waterline, another area which is prone to redness in the morning or when you’re exhausted.
Curling your eyelashes can help open up your eyes and get you looking fresh.
Choose a Soft Pink Blush
A cream blush is the right choice for early morning, since it’s easier to apply and blend. A touch of pink that works will your complexion will instantly improve the look of your skin, fighting any dullness that might be a result of too little sleep. Go for a soft shade in the early hours of morning and you’ll get a beautiful glow. Blend well from the apples of your cheeks toward your temples.
If you’re willing to add eyeshadow into the mix, go for soft and light neutrals that complement your skin. If you go too dark with neutrals, your skin might end up looking dull and tired. Other colors to definitely stay away from include purple and pink, which highlight redness on your skin or in your eyes.
Apply a tinted lip gloss in the early hours as this way you’ll look polished without looking like you tried too much.