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|Goldwell Haircolor Model 2010
It’s pretty obvious that going from
blonde to brunette or vice-versa may require a change in the colors you use for your makeup. Not all makeup palette colors go well with all hair colors and sometimes it can be hard to break the habit of using colors you’re accustomed to.
Clear up the confusion once and for all with these simple steps. Whether you’re aware of
it or not, changing the color of your lovely locks can actually change the way your complexion appears. Before deciding to
change your hair color, figure out whether you can live with switching up your makeup palette. If you’re near and dear to the colors you’ve been using you may want to give yourself some more time to think
over coloring your hair. Or be sure to get a temporary dye job so that if you can’t adjust to your new makeup and hair
colors, you can simply wash out the color and go back to what you know best. Brunette/Dark
This type of hair color can make many complexions look pale so toss
any pastels and other pale shades that can make you look more washed out. Add deeper colors of blush to your cheeks and lips
to make them stand out against your complexion in a flattering way. Great lip colors to look into are brownish pinks, rosy
pinks, rosy browns and bluish reds. Neutral shades of browns and mocha's look great on the eyes for a dramatic or soft and
Since these shades create a warm complexion, you’ll
want your makeup to do the same. Eye makeup colors should include taupe, greens, reddish and dark browns. Add a touch of rosy
brown, apricot or medium brown shades of blush to your cheeks and stick to reds, pinks, peach, light brown and brownish pink
colors for your lips.
matter what shade of blonde you choose, you’ll want to go for softer, pastel colors when it comes to your makeup palette.
Stay away from dark shades of blush, lipstick and eye shadow as well as black eyeliner, which can be too harsh. Instead go for bone, ash, pale pink eye shadow colors, and dark brown
eyeliner and mascara. For your lips, medium pinkish tones, peach and rose look best. Pale pinks and peachy pink shades of
blush work well for the cheeks.
For those who can pull it off, going gray can give you a sexy and sophisticated look. However, this choice
of hair color can also wash out your complexion. Brighten up your face by using lively colors in cool tones. White and gray
eye shadows look best, along with slate or navy eyeliner. For the lips, shades of coral, reds, and pinks work well and stick
to soft pinks, apricots and red shades of blush. While coordinating
your hair color and makeup color, don’t forget your eyebrows. For subtle hair color changes, you can simply use powder or brow pencil to switch up your brow color. If you’ve gone through a drastic hair color
switch you may want to look into asking a professional colorist to dye your brows to match your new hair color. There are some great alternatives that are a great escape from the sometimes greasy
and icky feel of lipstick. One of the greatest inventions besides the television, and the telephone is tinted
lip balm. Go for it!
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Trends for 2013
Red Lips – It is always amazing to have red lips. But the point is you need find best red for yourself. There are many options
for red lipstick. Choose best red lipstick for yourself. Dull Skin – No one prefers bright skin any more. New trend is dull skin like a baby. For dull and smooth skin you can use foundation.
Also you can use powder to prevent brightness on your face. Strong Eyebrows – It is so sexy and sophisticated. This year's trends is not too excessive but still bold, dark colored full eyebrows.
You can use eyebrow pencil or eyebrow mascara. Brown Cheeks– Natural tanning on your cheeks is going to be great. You can use tanning luminizer. Metallic Eyes – grey metallic color around your eyes is going to be most noticeable makeup trend in 2013. Prefer cream eye shadow
for impressive appearance. Fuller Lashes – In the coming year plumb and dark lashes are going to be very popular.
1. Matte Complexion – inspired by the trend of the 80’s and 90’s, this trend focuses mostly on balanced-out
skin tone, omit the shiny and glossy lipsticks, no illuminators or highlighters.
2. Contoured Cheeks – a high
cheek bone with a touch of pink or sun blush, bronzer color under the jaw or the cheekbones (this has a slimming effect and
it’ll make the face look more angular).
3. Bare eyed Mascara – with an eyelash curler and mascara, you can create the 60’s twiggy-inspired, bare-eyed look. Apply the mascara
first, even before the foundation, use a lash comb to avoid lumps.
4. Metallic Colors – to make sure you get a
glimpse of spring, include accents of warmer hue when applying your makeup- use loose sparkle powder, metallic sparkle (under
the eye and on inner and outer corner); smoky eyes are always sexy.
5. Brows are bold but feminine – strict but groomed and neat eyebrows are in line for next season, if you need to fill the eyebrows use a brow pencil
with one or two shades lighter than the hair color. This point is very individual, some women just don’t look good in
bold brows, try this out before making a decision.
6. Nude vs Classic Red – this competition has been going on
forever, and I think it’ll continue to do so. However, this fall we notice a tendency for more of warm nude shade. Make
sure to dab the lips with a cream-based concealer, the lipstick should be one or two shades darker than the one inside your lips, for extra effect dab some loose powder over
the lips. In conclusion; Spring 2013 is going to be all about bold, statement lips, bronzer, thick eyebrows, sun-kissed, light
cheeks, in the style of the 80’s and 90’s.
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all made them—those terrifying last-minute makeup mistakes. Just as you’re getting ready for an important date or a meeting that could
lead to a promotion, your mascara clumps, your eyebrows are tweezed to the width of a fine-line marker running out of ink
and your lipstick is a perfect shade of pink, only it’s on your teeth. Applying makeup is usually a pretty straightforward
routine. Five or ten minutes and you’re out the door looking nothing less than fabulous.
Eyeshadow Mistakes. The most common eyeshadow mistake is getting too much shadow on your lovely lids. One minute everything is going fine, then the next minute, you look
like you just got punched in the eye by a nasty left hook. When your shadow is too dark, begin the repair by softening the
color. Use a pale yellow powder or a beige shadow and cover the lids. Then apply a very light coat of the original color you
used. This should soften the darkness of the shade and still allow you to wear the wonderful color you chose. Another trick
you can try is adding just a smidgen of blush to soften up the color.
Mascara That Clumps. Another makeup mistake that every woman has had to contend
with is mascara that clumps on your lashes. One of the best remedies for this mistake is prevention. When you apply your mascara,
hold the applicator brush right at the base of your lashes and gently wiggle it back and forth as you pull it out toward the
end of your lashes. Then, be sure to carry a clean lash comb in your makeup bag. If any clumping occurs during your day (or
evening), you can quickly and easily comb through your lashes to remove them. For mascara smudges, use a cotton-tipped swab
dipped in mascara remover, and whisk the smudges away.
Lipstick on Your Teeth. Ever felt the embarrassment of lipstick on your teeth? You can avoid this first-impression disaster with a simple
trick. After your lips are plumped and perfect, just stick your index finger in your mouth and pull it out—any excess
color or gloss on the inside of your lip line will come right off on your finger.
To prevent your lip color from running or smearing, line your lips with liner that is similar to or one shade
darker than your natural lip color. Then, fill your lips in with the liner before you apply lipstick or gloss. Your color
and shine will last much longer. And here’s another tip: To prevent your lipstick from coming off onto your glass, just discreetly lick the glass before you drink from it.
Nude Makeup -
A hot makeup trend for 2013 is a nude face. By creating a nude, matte and flawless complexion, you
can use color on other parts of your face. Also, this look is reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour. Start out with a skin-perfecting foundation. As cold air can make skin look dull
and lifeless, especially if your skin is dry, choose a foundation with light-diffusing particles. As we want the look
to be matte, without looking dull, finish with a loose powder or pressed powder. Top off the nude makeup with a light dusting of nude blush. Add a nude lipstick. It is a shimmery lipstick that is not drying. The nude lipstick,
along with the nude blush, that you should choose depends on your natural skin color and tones.
Sultry Eyes - Sultry eyes is also
perfect makeup look for 2013. This is the season for experimenting with deep, metallic colors. Purple is one such eyeshadow
color that is perfect for the holidays. If you have brown or hazel eyes, purple eye makeup is extremely flattering. Create
a base on the eyes by using a soft wash of color from the lash-line all the way up to the brow-bone. The exact color of shadow
that you use depends on the color of your lids. It should blend right in and cover veins or imperfections. Apply metallic,
purple eyeshadow in just the crease and blend it in with the neutral color. Gel eyeliner is perfect for creating sultry
eyes. To open up the eyes, apply brown or deep gray gel eyeliner to the top lash-line, and sweep up into a cat-eye shape. Sweep your favorite mascara on your lashes.
Lipsticks - Red is passion. 2013 means
intense colors for the lips. It's time you dare the matte, deep colored lipsticks, even during the day. Add a sensual, sexy
and elegant touch to your overall look choosing one red shade from the wide range available this season. For the holidays,
red lipstick works amazing with a beautiful retro-Hairstyle. The hottest color for your lips is cherry. This is a flattering
shade as long as your skin looks perfect. This season you can follow the rule saying that a strong color for the lips requires
a natural makeup for the eyes and you can try the newest trend with red both for lips and eyes. However, don't use the colors
in the same intensity as one has to be darker that the other. For those of you who are more into the natural makeup,
there is also the opposite trend of the dramatic lip makeup that for this winter seems to go to the extremes with a rather
paler version. In order to obtain the look, cover your lips with a soft foundation layer and apply some lip gloss. Nude lips will enhance your features and bring out the color of your eyes.