We all want to enhance our best features when we go out. We all want to look and feel our best. There is a certain level of confidence that exudes out of a woman who knows she put herself together and taken the time to present herself to the world with her best foot forward. This doesnt only happen with our mood or personality, but also with the way we look. Think about a time when you went out and you knew you had on your favourite dress and that little pair of heels you had stuffed in the back of your closet for months and months; you have done your hair, put on a spritz of perfume (natural or store bought) and you took the time to prepare your skin prior to going out. Did you feel more or less confident than you did on a day you went out with unbrushed hair and your old sweats that you usually wear around the house?

How we present ourselves to the world, whether we like to admit it or not, plays a role in how we are perceived by the people around us.

So how should we do our makeup? What looks can we achieve without going overboard and risking looking like a clown?

Below are some tips you can use to your advantage to get your best look and find your own personal style in makeup:

DEWEY LOOK: good for dry to normal skin wont look good on oily skin

  • start with moisturizer goo dbase for all day wear

  • then use tinted moisturizer using foundation brush include the lips eyelids too

  • now powder lips and eyelids

  •  use light pink shimmer on eyelids and mascara only on top lashes and a pink lip shiny and light pink blush .


  •  play up eyes with light sand brown, (orange or light yellow based) or pink based light browns. 

  • natural looking

  • start with primer if needed to tone down redness of skin


  • light amount of liquid foundation follow with powder to eyelids and lips and entire face

  • matte finish eyeshadow in brown or med brown just alone lash line and then blend to upper lid

  • white eyeliner is nice on bottom lash line then some eyeshadow under eyes as well to create depth

  •  swipe lids with bit of brown shadow then deep brown mascara. 

  • nude lipstick and peach blush. 

  • good for dark haired ladies


  • don't go overboard and make everything shine

  •  this uses mica (a light reflecting crystal)

  • add of any look to highlight a feature like cheekbones, nose lips eyelids forehead and body

  • metallic look good for darker skin tones, shimmers work on everyone. 

  • cooler shades look nice with darker tones

  • matter foundation then a little shimmer to eyeshadow

  • then  mascara, blush and shimmery lipstick or gloss