Natural Makeup for Natural Beauty

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How can you choose the right natural makeup products for yourself? After all there are a lot of companies out there wanting you to part with your hard earned money for their products. Just because something is labels as "contains natural extracts" or "organic properties" or such like it doesn't mean that they are safe to use. So remember to always read the label on all makeup and cosmetic products.

First of all you will want to choose makeup products in harmony with your skin type. Also you may want to correct some blemishes or hide them over. Remember that makeup products like foundation, powder, blush, eyeliner or mascara comes into contact with your skin and is absorbed by your skin - this means what we put on our bodies is able to penetrate into it. So when it comes to chemicals in makeup - the less chemicals it contains, then the better it will be for your skin.

Let's discuss foundation. Besides the ingredients you should pay attention to its texture and shade. You definitely don't want to change the color of your skin - the goal is to enhance your natural appearance. For example in summer a lighter textured makeup foundation is better, but in winter a more dense shade one will help to protect your face skin from the cold winter air. It's best to try several different tones and shades with your makeup foundation and choose the one which would appear the least noticeable and which suits your complexion best.

The next step in choosing right makeup products is to get right face powder. Ideally your makeup foundation and face powder brands, as well as the tone numbers should be the same.

Now we can move on to the eyes. Here makeup products like eye shadow, eyeliner or mascara should be chosen even more carefully. You will have to be willing to spend a lot of money on good high-quality cosmetics because quality doesn't come cheap. Look for good quality 100% natural brands, and if they are organic, then even better. Eye shadows add a depth to the eyes of a woman, of course we all want to look fashionable but remember to take into account your natural features. Your eye shape, brow bone and shape of your eyebrows as well as your eyelid and the corner of your eyes all play a role in the right application of the eye shadow. With the right application eye shadows can make the eyes look smaller, bigger, set closely together or set apart. Then choose the right color and shade.

So what about lipstick? This is probably the first thing that people will notice about you. So you want to make a good decision and have people talking for the right reasons. Of course we all look better when we wear lipstick. That bit of color, done in the right shade can do more to accent a woman's facial features than any other makeup product. Women must be mindful of their skin's natural undertones. Most women can find their proper hue in at least one berry and one red shade, which is ideal since neither of those seems to ever go totally out of style.

Last but not least when choosing the right natural makeup or cosmetic products: remember always to check the expiration date and the packaging of your makeup product. Sometimes items that are on sale may only have a month or so before the date expires. If it's a good offer, then it might be worth buying it. Never buy any product that is damaged.

I hope that this small guide on makeup products has been helpful to you. I just love using natural products for a natural look. You can get much more advice and tips at I'm sure that you'll find something there to interest you. You can also share you experiences and any good tips you might have. You can find out about the top 10 ingredients to avoid in makeup and cosmetic products.

06 Sep, 2011

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