20May2019

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MAKEUP IS NOT A MASK

Makeup is ART

By Maneesha Nath

A very common problem that we all girls come across is how to hide the flaws with our makeup, which looks natural.

Well Colour correction or eutralizer are the answer to this problem.

Colour correctors, also known as neutralizers, are meant to CORRECT hard-to-cover skin discolourations like red blemishes or bluish grey under-eye circles.  They are based on the idea that when you want to eutralize a colour you place its opposing colour over it.

Always remember the most beautiful makeup of a woman is her smile and her passion. And beauty is all about being comfortable in your own skin.

At one time or another we all want to conceal some types of nasty imperfection on our face. Most flaws in our face are colour related flaws such as dark, bluish under eyes circles, red blemishes or brown birthmarks just to name a few.

NOTE: The undertone color of the skin, are either predominantly blues (cool) or red (warm) in appearance.

All you need to know is how to get rid of this flaws and the trick to cover such flaws is to eutraliz your eutralizer to your skin tone by mixing a bit of your foundation into it.

Remember Make up magnifies the beauty that already exists, so try to apply makeup only to enhance your beauty and not to hide your real beauty under the makeup.

Hydrate your skin with good moisture.

Apply primer and then conceal in order to cover the flaws and discolourations.

Now apply foundation all over your face followed by loose powder to allow your makeup to set.

In our next edition we shall be discussing on how to apply makeup step by step. Till then stay tune and

Keep following us on Andaman Chronicle and FB page: Adaraa- your Makeup Expert. Please feel free to call me on 9769311086 for your bridal makeup, party makeup, portfolio, pre- wedding and others.

About the Author: “It doesn’t matter what others do. What matters is, what you are capable of. The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.”

Maneesha Nath hails from Port Blair and has a diploma in aviation and hospitality. She did her industrial training from the Republic of Maldives and later was placed at the Bangalore International Airport as a guest relations officer. While continuing to work, Maneesha completed her graduation through correspondence but there was something lacking in her. Not knowing how to proceed, she decided to join a diploma in Makeup Artistry.  It was the turning point in her life, when she realized, this is what she always wanted to be – a Makeup Artist.  

Maneesha has since then assisted for brand shoots, portfolio, bridal projects among others. Her first individual project as a makeup artist for a portfolio shoot was of the model/ actress Avni Modi (Madhur Bhandarkar’s movie: Calendar Girls), which was followed by more bridal projects and brand shoots, serial, portfolio and many more.

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