Makeup Tip of the Month

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Hii my beauties ๐Ÿ’‹ ๐Ÿ’‹ !!

It has been a while since I have done a Tip of the Month post, so there is no better time to do so than now.

For the past month I have been experimenting a lot with makeup and diferent textures and formulas, and there was one trick that helped me out the most.

So, this monthโ€™s makeup tip is:

If you have done your base first, and want to do your eyes, but the eyeshadow has a lot of fallout, you can apply a generous amount of loose setting powder under the eyes (as if you were going to bake), just so the eyeshadow fallout doesnโ€™t smudge your base.
And after you are done applying (the eyeshadow), you can simply
dust it off and your base will be as good as new.



As simple as that. I have been doing that, specially, for loose glitter application. As we know loose glitter has a lot of fallout, and getting rid of it is almost impossible, so for when all my makeup is done and I just want to add on some glitter just to intensify it, I do this. It works perfectly and there is no left over glitter on the face.

And this is my tip of the month, was it helpful?

Did you ever try doing this?

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19 thoughts on “Makeup Tip of the Month

  1. Omg this is such a good idea! I always have fallout but then try to remove it and smudge it across my face! Great post, it’d mean a lot if you checked my blog back xx

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