Blush hack With this viral trick we get more out of our blush
The fashion and beauty news of the day in the BRIGITTE ticker: With this hack we get the best out of our blush +++ This is how we make Conchita Wurst’s pearl make-up suitable for everyday use
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May 16, 2023
Tap off blush? Which is why another beauty trick is the perfect solution
Everything is powdered with pleasure, but never the product before application. Who doesn’t know it: The cheeks should be dipped in a delicate apricot or rosé; when the brush is inserted into the rouge, the misery happens: you have gotten too much product, which is now tapped off on a paper handkerchief. Yes, that not only wastes the blush, but also doesn’t make the cheeks look as intense and even as desired. A trick on TikTok now shows how we can save product and still get our cheeks nice and rosy.
Tapping instead of tapping is the motto! The brush, after dipping in the paint, is tapped lightly on the table with the wand down. In this way, the pigment settles on the individual brush hairs and does not accumulate in a ball at the tip of the brush. The application is richer without creating artificial stains. Of course, the ingenious trick can also be transferred to the use of other products: With this hack, bronzer, eye shadow and other powder products are better distributed in the brush and ultimately more finely on our faces.
May 15, 2023
No knack for eyeshadow? This is your glamorous solution!
Always apply this – blend – add and then blend eye shadow again. But that also costs time and nerves! Both are often in short supply. If you still don’t want to do without glamorous eye make-up, it’s worth taking a look at the Eurovision Song Contest – more precisely at the singer Conchita Wurst. The former winner has also traveled to Liverpool and delights her fans with incomparable outfits, as well as beauty looks. We were particularly taken with one of them: Pearls of different sizes are aesthetically gathered on the face of the Austrian. Something that is perhaps not quite suitable for everyday use can also be done differently.
For example, arranged in a semicircle above the crease of the eyelid. The best way to achieve this is to use a small brush to apply some clear eyelash glue to the desired area and then use tweezers to place the halved bead on the sticky area. If you prefer an even more reduced look, you can only place a pearl in the inner corner of the eye and, for example, in the arch of the eyebrow. The eye-catcher can also look flattering in the middle of the lower lash line. It doesn’t matter which arrangement you choose: Once you’ve practiced it, it’s super quick to apply, doesn’t require any eyeshadow skills and gives you a real wow moment.
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