20 Genius Makeup Hacks That Will Change Your Life
20 Genius Makeup Hacks That Will Change Your Life

Genius Makeup Hacks That Will Change Your Life

Most of us have mastered the basics when it comes to makeup — stuff like how to remove waterproof mascarawhere to apply blush, and how to cover up a zit with the right concealer. But even if you’ve been wearing eye shadow and foundation for decades, there are some next-level tricks out there that will leave you asking yourself, “How did I not know this?!” So if you’re looking to learn a few smart beauty tips that will save you time and money — all while looking more glam than ever! — you’re in the right spot.

1.  Powder your lashes:

The key to fluffier and fuller lashes? A little translucent powder. After your first coat of mascara, dust your lashes with a gentle coat of loose powder — this will add volume to your eyelashes by making them look thicker. Add a second coat of mascara to cover the dustiness, and you’ll see the difference for yourself.

2. Apply concealer in a triangle:

Instead of dotting concealer under your eyes, apply in un upside down triangle to brighten any dark circles and draw attention up to your pupils.

3. Learn how to apply eyeliner to complement your eye shape:

Everyone’s eyes are different — so that means everyone’s eyeliner should be drawn on a little bit differently, too. First, figure out your eye shape, then learn the best eyeliner to use and the right way to apply it to make your eyes stand out.

4. Take your time putting on false eyelashes:

When applying fake eyelashes, don’t rush to apply them after adding the glue. “Wait until lash glue has dried for about 30 to 40 seconds before applying falsies to keep the strip from sliding around and a faster dry-time on lids” .

5. Refresh your clumpy mascara:

If your favorite tube of mascara is starting to get a little clumpy, add a few drops of saline solution and swirl your brush around — it will add moisture to the mascara’s formula and extend its shelf life.

6. Use eye shadow as eyeliner:

No eyeliner? No problem, your eyeshadow palette can do the trick. “Simply wet an angle brush with water or setting spray. Dip the wet brush into your eyeshadow, then line your eye as you would with traditional liner,” says makeup artist Dana Rae Ashburn-McKissock. “For a smoky look, allow the wet shadow line to dry and then lightly run a Q-tip along your lash line and blend for a softer result.”

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