Good Housekeeping (Philippines) - - Your Look -

FO­CUS ON SKIN. Good skin makes the per­fect can­vas, so it’s best to in­vest in your skin care reg­i­men first be­fore makeup, says Cherry. “But as we age, we see lines, freck­les, and eye­bags, and that’s when makeup be­comes ex­tra help­ful.” She used a cream concealer to cover up im­per­fec­tions, then cre­ated a flaw­less face with a liq­uid foun­da­tion. WOW WITH BROWS. Sparse brows can make you look old, so Cherry sug­gests fill­ing in your arches with light feath­ery strokes—just don’t make them look too solid. “I like us­ing a pow­der brow prod­uct be­cause it looks more nat­u­ral,” she says. “For spa­ces that don’t have strands, fill in with a pen­cil.”

DON’T UN­DER­ES­TI­MATE LASH POWER. Look ex­tra bright-eyed with lush lashes—even if you’re wear­ing barely there eye shadow. Cherry used falsies on the model, and says you can wear them ev­ery day if you wish. “Yes, it’s tricky to ap­ply; it takes prac­tice,” she ad­mits. “But it helps to watch tu­to­rial videos, and to in­vest in a good glue. I use tweez­ers to ap­ply them on my­self for ex­tra pre­ci­sion.”

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