There’s always a reason we girls want to dress up and dress up. And no, it’s not just about the occasion or the event we were called to, sometimes just because we want it. Whether you’re excited, booked and cooked for VDay, or like most of us are single, we can experience magical moments among the sisters or alone – here are five playful, yet sensual, Valentine’s Day makeup ideas for you try out and have fun with.
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Let’s play with a drama – Beauty Looks for Valentine’s Day
We love drama and that’s why this time around it’s the Valentine’s Day makeup trend and considering most of the events would be that night they would be bold colors. Let’s take a look at some beautiful looks for Valentine’s Day, in deep reds, red berries, red wines, red and chocolate notes, dark eyes with scarlet shadows, playful, luscious, full lips that go with any ensemble, deep kohl-rimmed eyes, heavy ones Mascara lashes, in case you should Opt to be natural and not have false and well-contoured eyebrows. Warm colors for the evening and night parties in red, dark pink, maroon and with a touch of shimmer and metallic tones make Valentine’s Day make-up dramatic.
Flushed pinks on the cheeks and lips
For most of us who want a touch of flushed pink on our cheeks and lips, this is a natural way to evoke that radiance. Look at soft baby pinks or dark matte peaches to stir up the cheekbones on the face – the cheekbones with beauty looks for Valentine’s Day. Keep your contour simple – from the cheekbones to the temple area in the NG1 Kryolan Supra shade. For the eyes, only the upper lids would have two strokes of dark cabbage and the lower lash line should be shaded with a lighter colored pencil. Finally, we’re going to play with shimmering powder and lipstick for the lips. Mix and apply inside the liner and mix well to enhance the nighttime makeup look.
Defined winged eyes
Pretty pinks for the eyelids (one of the shabbiest Valentine’s Day makeup tutorials for dinner makeup) are a must-have this season, and since the color compliments almost every hue and hue on the wheel, pink is a base color. Start with a nude shade for washing the eyelids, over which and on the central part from the crease line to the end of the outer eye section, a dark matte shade should be applied. For the middle part crease line to the inner part, you need to apply a shimmering pink light shade. Use an angled brush to blend the two and use the lightest peach shade under the browbone to highlight the area and blend into the crease line. Three dark cabbage strokes for the winged eyes are a must to keep the night makeup shining!
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Hot red lips and powdery eyes
Sultry and sexy would be this look, one of the easiest and most customizable makeup looks for Valentine’s Day would be if you flaunted your naughty self. First, apply lip balm to your lips to make them soft and smooth, and blend in the lipstick well. Add a touch of white shimmering powder to the midsection of the lips and onto the eyelids. Now use a dark red pencil to outline the lips and fill in the inner part with ruby red lipstick. Apply gloss on the same and let it harden. For the eyes, chestnut to caramel brown and auburn should be used. Darker at the outer corner of the eye and the inner shades are light and shimmering; With the help of an angled brush, mix and leave dark cabbage with two strokes just for the upper eyes, and that will complete your makeup for Valentine’s Day.
Gold and pink
Since it’s the time of romance and also the time of blossoms, we considered bringing the two together to offer you a sparkling but minimally glamorous way to make V Day Night an unforgettable experience. This is a look that goes with anything and all occasions as it isn’t too loud. Remember the rule here when applying eyeshadow warmer dark colors to the outside of the eye from the center part. warmer light colors for the inner corner of the eye from the middle part. Lightest pink for the highlights of the eyebrow bone, a darker shade for the centerline crease line towards the outer part of the eye, and light gold for the inner corner towards the middle part of the eyes – mix with an angled brush and just use a stroke of very light brown eyeshadow to blend the lashes with Sans kohl or cabbage to shade!
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Let us know how you liked these five makeup ideas, and if you have any ideas of your own to share – write!