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Stage makeup can be tricky to maintain and is not always the most practical for everyday use. It can also take a lot of time to apply correctly. So, how do you prime your face for stage make-up? Priming your skin will help it hold onto the foundation or powder that you put on top of it as well as helping any other concealer or cream products stay in place all day long. You’ll find that primers are especially helpful if you have oily skin because they tend to soak up oil while still providing an even surface for foundation and other products to go on without clogging pores or settling into wrinkles. With so many options available at Sephora, we’re here to help give some suggestions!


When it comes to stage makeup, nobody is an expert. It’s easy to see that there are a variety of ways and tricks you can use to get the look you want for your performance or show. One thing that many people don’t know about getting their perfect stage makeup look is how much time they should allot beforehand. The most successful performances are usually the ones where one takes care of all details in advance so they can have some peace of mind when performing on stage. If you’re looking for the best way to do makeup for your next performance, we’ve got a few ideas!


EMPHASIZE YOUR CHEEKBONES is a makeup product that can be used in the morning to help you look more awake. It comes with 3 shades of highlighter and one shade of blush for easy application. The highlight colors are champagne, rose gold, and peach while the blush color is peachy pink. These three-in-one multiples your options so you don’t have to buy extra products! Makeup lovers will love this versatile product because it has enough natural pigment not only on your cheeks but also as an eye shadow or lip gloss if desired. Simply apply before heading out in the morning or after work at night when you need some brightness back into your skin tone!


If you’re like me, your morning routine consists of a quick swipe of mascara and an eyeliner pencil to define the eyes. I’m not alone in this practice though-some people are drawn to make up for more than just covering up flaws or evening out their skin tone. It turns out that there’s some science behind our need to wear eye makeup! Studies have shown that wearing eye makeup enhances how we perceive one another by making us seem more powerful, attractive, trustworthy, competent and confident amongst other things. So go ahead and make those lashes pop with a little bit of liner or smoky shadow-you’ll feel better about yourself too!


Grab your liner! The holidays are around the corner and there’s nothing we love more than a festive, bright look. We’ve put together some of our favorite holiday makeup ideas that will have you ready to go in no time flat!
-Apply blush on the apples of the cheeks to give yourself a healthy glow. This will also make it easier to apply bronzer for contouring later on. -Line your eyes with a metallic or shimmery shade like gold or silver for an extra pop. You can even line both top and bottom lids if you’re really feeling it! Apply black mascara to finish off this glamorous look.


Conclusion paragraph: One of the best ways to make your lashes pop is by coating them in mascara. If you want a natural look, try using black or brown mascara and if you’re going for a more dramatic evening look, experiment with bright colors like blue or purple. There are so many different types of mascaras on the market today that it can be hard to know where to start when shopping for one.


If you’re looking for a way to wake up your morning makeup routine, we’ve got just the thing. Introducing our new line of brow enhancers that will make sure your eyebrows are always on point! Sure, it’s not all about filling in sparse areas and grooming unruly hairs but they can also be used as an eye shadow primer or base. And don’t worry if you happen to overdo things- these formulas are so blendable that mistakes won’t show. With three different colors available from light brown to dark black, there is something for everyone.


Conclusion paragraph: You’ve got your foundation on, you’re adding a little blush and contouring. But what about the color of your lips? If you want to really make them pop, try using darker lip colors like oxblood or plum shades for extra va-va-voom! Remember that lipstick is often seen as more feminine than glosses in the workplace so keep it professional with pencils or matte finishes.


In order to get out the door in a timely manner, it’s important to set your look ahead of time. I like to do this before bed so that I’m not rushing around at 5 am trying to find my mascara! Here are some tips for how you can set your makeup and hair quickly each morning. Brush through damp hair with a wide-tooth comb or brush before blow drying on low heat. This will help tame frizzies and create better volume by ensuring all strands are getting dryer air from the roots down rather than just at the ends where they’re touching the hot air coming out of the nozzle.