Do you contour your makeup or want to get started? What about color correcting?
If you have been keeping up with your favorite makeup perfectionists, and the beauty world in general then you will know about the new natural craze of contouring, which has gone wild on Instagram and the beauty industry.
The Kardashian clan helped usher in the contouring trend, making it a global phenomenon. We’re just starting to perfect our technique and already a new makeup craze is popping up: color correcting. It functions like contouring in that you draw on your face like an elementary school chalkboard. But rather than just focusing on light or dark areas, color correcting balances out the skin tone using opposite hues on the color wheel.
Orange counters dark under eye spots, green covers redness, yellow balances out any purple bruises and the list goes on. Foundation is applied after for a flawless finish. It’s a complicated method but if applied correctly the results are stunning.
And the best part about color correcting is you don’t have to do a full face of makeup to get results. A little bit of green to cover a red spot or yellow to conceal a zit will do the trick.
It’s the start of a new year. What better time to start working on a new you. From starting a new work out plan to beginning a new diet plan. A new year is always a good time for new adventures. Doing something new programs the mind to believe in new possibilities and spawns optimism. Don’t just sit on the couch talking about what you want to do this year get out and do it.
Our long awaited new line of Daisy Dukes are finally here. Boasting bold and vibrant colors that really pop and hug every curve. These shorts really say “Summer has arrived!”. Order yours today or visit us at the Studio. And for more pics of the new line visit http://www.facebook.com/BabeBlueCandies
I just love my Signature Daisy Dukes By Blue Candies. And they seem to be very popular this Spring. The colors are bold and dramatic and perfect for Spring and Sumner. I have on my Ary Fatigue Daisy’s in this photo here. My daughter pictured with me is wearing a variation of the Daisy Duke Design called The Lazy Daisy’s. What do you all think of this design. I’m not really sure about how I feel about this one so I really have not put it into production. Maybe more feedback from you all will help me make up my mind.