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12 Things Makeup Artists Always Do, That You Don't

Written by Hillary Nguyen-Don
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Makeup can be hard - especially when you’re just a beginner. With so many new products coming out and different techniques being used, it can be confusing determining how YOU should be applying your makeup. When it comes to makeup, some common questions are:

  • How do you make lipstick long lasting?
  • How do you apply foundation on dry skin?
  • Can products have more than one purpose?
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Luckily for you, there are tons of professionals out there that are here to help answer your questions!

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In this gallery, you will get to learn a few tips and tricks from professional makeup artists. Here are 12 things that makeup artists always do.

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In this gallery, you will get to learn a few tips and tricks from professional makeup artists. Here are 12 things that makeup artists always do.

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2) Monika Blunder is a celebrity makeup artist who says that loose powder can be used for more than just a finishing powder. If you ever run out of dry shampoo, you can use loose powder as an alternative. You can also use it between coats of mascara to give you thicker eyelashes.

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3) According to makeup artist Daniel Martin, balms can be used on your eyes to blur your eyeshadows in order to achieve a softer look.

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4) Not only does moisturizer help hydrate your skin, but you can also combine it with other products to create a lighter look. Mix it with your foundation, concealer, or even your cream blushes for a softer finish.

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Click on the ‘NEXT PAGE’ button to see more makeup tips that artists always do. Do you do any of these? Let us know in the comments below and SHARE this with your Facebook friends.

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