Women loved using white eyeliner in the 1970's as well as black. If using black, remember to apply it as you would any eyeliner, but smudge it for a smoky effect. Also, apply it beneath the bottom lashes as well. Remember, lots of shimmer! Blue, green, brown, the eyeshadows were all about shimmery effect. There were eye shadows that claimed to have crushed fish scales in them to really make them shine. The eyeshadow was used underneath the lashes as well as on top of the eyelid. To enhance this, apply brown eyeshadow right beneath the brow bone, in the crease of the eye. Don't forget to put a little white shimmer right beneath the eyebrow. For the cheeks, gel blush was very popular, anything that could be applied with the fingertips to the cheeks was considered stylish. For blondes, use pinks and mauves; for brunettes, use a coral pallette. You can achieve this effect by using Max Factor's Lip Finity, or any similar lip stain or regular lipstick. Pressed powder on the face was not used because it cancelled out the effect of the shimmer. Lips were all about shine with a tint, which is still available in every makeup department. No lip liner. Earthtones were also very popular and remember, tans were in! The darker the tan the better, so get out your bronzer before applying blush and eyeshadow.
they do like makeup because there girls
Like Kesha but without makeup on............and search it!
I think guys like girls with natural light makeup [not that fake over-the-top look]
depends on the guy I like little make up
Cultural makeup is when you get your makeup ideas from your culture. Like in Arabic countries many of the woman have the same type of makeup.
Ofcourse, there are such things as homemade makeup!
It is said that he doesn't like girls who wear makeup, but when the makeup is a simple one, it is said he is crazy about.
There are many companies that sell Bare Makeup brand of makeup and makeup accessories. The best places to purchase Bare Makeup brand makeup would be places like Amazon.
Use a good makeup remover like Mary Kay.
In regards to cosmetics, "makeup" (also "make-up")