Makeup is an art form, and it’s a fun way to express your personality and highlight your features. But sometimes you want to keep things natural, light, and fresh-faced. Check out these photos for some light makeup looks that are perfect for all the time!
Light Makeup For Green Eyes
For a light makeup look, use a light pink blush.
Apply light brown eye shadow to your eyelids and in the crease of your eyes. If you have blue eyes, apply the lighter shade of brown eye shadow all over the lids and blend towards the outer corners.
Line your upper lashes with a light brown pencil liner. For lower lashes, line them with black kohl pencil or liquid liner instead of using mascara (this will give you more definition).
Use a soft-bristle brush for applying mascara on top lashes, but use an angled eyeliner brush for applying mascara on bottom lashes so that it doesn’t get clumpy or thick looking. You can also use an eyelash curler before putting on your mascara if this is something that works for you!
Apply highlighter along cheekbones and cupid’s bow area above lips as well as under brow bone area after applying foundation/concealer but before powdering everything down with translucent powder in order to make sure everything stays put throughout the day without smudging off under heat conditions like walking into sunlight outdoors during summer months when temperatures are higher outside than inside buildings where people live sometimes causing sweat glands located near wrist creases sometimes making hands sweaty which causes clothes sticking together because they’re made out of cotton fabrics which don’t stick well together even when dryer sheets aren’t used when washing clothes properly according doing laundry correctly without forgetting any steps necessary thus resulting into pilling occurring on clothing surfaces due bad washing technique thus creating lint balls around edges where clothing touches skin directly such as armpits where armpit hair grows.
Light Makeup For Blue Eyes
If you want to lighten up your eyes, there are a few different options. The first is to use a highlighter on the cupid’s bow and cheekbones. A light-colored eyeshadow will also work well as it will help to make your eyes look bigger. If you want to go with something even more natural looking, try using a lighter lipstick or base color when wearing foundation. Another way is by using blush in pink or peach tones (although this one may not be suitable for all skin shades). Finally, use mascara that complements your eye color but isn’t too dramatic in its effect – something like brown or black works well for most people!
Light Makeup For Brown Eyes
Light makeup is a great way to highlight your eyes and other facial features, but you want to be careful not to overdo it. To get the perfect light makeup look for brown eyes, follow these steps:
- Use a foundation that’s about two shades lighter than your normal shade. It should also have yellow undertones if possible. If you don’t know what your skin tone is yet, ask for help from an employee at the makeup counter or just choose a neutral color that matches well with most people’s skin tones (this will make it easy for you when choosing concealers as well).
- Cover up any dark spots with concealer that matches exactly or only slightly darker than the overall shade of foundation. To apply concealer correctly without caking up your face in thick layers of product (which will make it very obvious), use small dabs on each area and blend them well into place using either a brush or fingers—whatever works best for you!
- Next comes blush—you can go bold here if you like by using something bright like terracotta red but if not then stick with something sheer like rose pink which can even out any redness while still showing off some color without looking overdone; try using powder blush instead of cream because they usually come off easier so less need for touchups throughout the day compared with liquid versions which require frequent re-application due to loss through perspiration/sweat etc.. And finally highlight those cheekbones! You don’t need much though so just apply some highlighter directly onto them where needed.