Make up tips for the first date
By MayaSavanovic on November 20, 2013
You’ve been finally asked to go out on a date with the boy of your dreams! You want to leave the best possible impression on him? You can achieve it effortlessly by following our tips below.
First of all, if we want to impress men, our potential boyfriends, we need to know how they think. Of course, every man likes for his girlfriend to look nice so that he can show her off to his friends. But there is a thin line between good and excessive. It is completely understandable that you want to look better, even if it takes up to 3 hours, but some things are just "too much" and you should definitely get rid of those habits.
So, as written above, we need to know what men think. To all of us it is difficult to take a peek into their heads, but one thing is for sure - guys do not like a lot of makeup on girls! If you think that this fact is not accurate feel free to ask one of them. They will tell you the same thing. Guys do not like girls who they cannot hug without smearing their clean shirt with foundation or powder. They do not like to feel lipstick or lip gloss on their own lips, and as much as they like to show you off to their friends they still do not want for one of them to fall in love with you! Then only problems arise…
What kind of makeup to wear? If you want to shine in the best way possible, follow these instructions:
Just apply a little blush so that your face does not look pale. Blushes contain a lot of colors and pigments and therefore applying too much is not recommended, because in the daylight everything can be seen clearly. A lot of girls leave the house with too much blush on their cheeks without realizing it! Put on makeup in a room that has the most daylight or buy a bulb that has a “cool white” mark of at least 100W because it imitates daylight and with it you cannot go wrong in the "dosage" of colors in makeup.
It would be desirable to highlight your eyes and it's enough to apply just a little eyeliner or liquid eyeliner and mascara. Applying a lot would be too much. Eye shadow only benefits you if you know how to properly apply it to emphasize your eyes. If your eyelashes are shapeless, you can use an eyelash curler or better yet if you have the chance to apply false eyelashes or eyelash extension which will add your eyes that needed “touch”.
If you have a nice tan you should not hide it with a heavy foundation. Creamy foundation is recommended for all skin types, but in addition you should use powder foundation if your skin is oily or if it is dry use just a creamy powder. Concealer is also recommending to all who have pronounced dark circles or pimples. Concealer and powder foundation are used depending on your face and your desire. If your skin is oily only in certain parts of the face, apply foundation only on those parts, but be sure that the color of the foundation is same as your skin tone.
As we mentioned above, guys do not prefer lipstick or lip glosses on your and you’ll probably feel embarrassed if you had to kiss him, and he will not like your lips for surely. Think about it! A little lip gloss, either transparent or in a light color is enough or even a little lip balm if you have to have something on your lips.
Imagine the scene from a romantic movie that you watched, where the guy on a first date escorts the girl to her front door, and of course we all expect that something will happen on the porch in front of her doors... Remember the look of the actresses and think about whether she had on a lot of makeup? We believe not. Now, think of the scene in which he does not want to kiss a girl he brought out because she has too much lipstick or a sticky lip gloss on her lips. Not pleasant at all. And certainly some girls have found themselves in a situation where they guy said "remove that from your lips..." and "why do you have to wear so much makeup," etc.
Hopefully the relationships spiced up with this makeup will last a lot longer than the makeup itself.
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