May 05, 2017
For any mascara mishaps, using the slightly-wetted q-tip, press it directly on the mascara mark, swirl it 180 degrees then drag it a millimeter as you lift it off.
If your concealer is too heavy or cakey, dampen your fingers with water and smooth it out.
Too much flush
If your blush is too bright, dab back over it with the make-up sponge you used to apply your foundation or layer a neutral blush shade over it.
If you’ve over-powdered your face or it looks like you're wearing a mask of makeup, spray it with a misting atomizer or dampen your hands and lightly press them all over your face for ten seconds to dilute everything. Then with a clean sponge, smooth out any unevenness
Too much lipstick
If your lipstick color is too dark, blot it with a tissue as many times as necessary to tone it down then add lip balm. Or blot once and add a lighter color.
Harsh lip liner
If your lip liner is too harsh, dab a little lip balm on your finger and thin it out while blending it inward (same result can be accomplished with a lip brush if handy).
If your brow pencil/shadow is too dark or uneven
If your brow pencil/shadow is too dark or uneven, smudge it with a q-tip or tissue.
Foundation shade gone wrong
If you’re Caucasian and your make-up foundation looks too pink, or if you’re African American and your makeup has a grey/ashy tone to it, correct both with a yellow shade of powder ( a great make-up secret weapon to keep in your arsenal).
I’d love to hear any tricks you’ve come up with too so please share them on our Facebook and Twitter pages! And remember you never have to start over just because you messed up… simply dilute, correct and carry on!
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