How To Look Great With Makeup: 6 Easy Steps For Color, Shape, And Visual Perceptions

You probably know that if you change the color of your eye shadow, the color will be a bit different. But did you know that even just changing your eye shadow can alter the shape of your eye? In this blog post, a makeup artist discusses helpful tips for selecting and applying cosmetic ink artistry to get the perfect look.

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Why do I need to Correct My Color or Shape?

There are a few reasons why you need to correct your color or shape. 

If you have a mismatched color in your eyes, this will cause them to appear more tired and strained. 

If you have a large nose or chin, this will also appear more pronounced. 

If your skin is too thin or too dark, it will show all the wrinkles and age spots.

If you have an incorrect shape, this will also create visual problems.

Here is a guide on how to correct your Color, Shape, And Visual Perceptions:

1. Correct Your Color: First, you need to correct your color palette. This means replacing any colors that are too light or dark with more appropriate shades.

2. Correct Your Shape: Next, you need to adjust your shape perception. This means correcting any inconsistencies in your facial features such as an oversized nose, an uneven jawline, or large eyes.

3. Correct Your Visual Perception: Finally, you need to adjust the way you see yourself visually. 

When it comes to makeup, there are a lot of different ways to look great. However, sometimes people get confused about what looks good on them and how to achieve it. By paying attention to these small details, you can create a more balanced appearance that will look great on any face shape or skin tone.