Is powder required? Can blush be applied to bare skin? We asked Elena Motinova, Vladmir Kalinchev and Yuri Stolyarov which makeup rules have become outdated with the onset of technical progress.
The art of makeup is built on mini-life hacks. How to hold a pencil to make your eyebrows fluffier, how to draw a line along the contour of your lips to make them plump. But over time, many chips become obsolete – sometimes because of fashion trends (who is now interested in how to make eyebrows with a thread?), And sometimes because new formulas, textures and products appear.
We asked the top makeup artists who started working when our site was not yet in sight, what makeup rules should be forgotten.
Powder tone – in or out?
I don’t like tonal ones. Can blush, highlighter and bronzer be applied to bare skin?
I paint my eyebrows with eyeshadow, but I suspect I’m missing something important.
I have oily eyelids, so I am not creamy
Foundation, then a pencil – that’s the only way my lipstick is with me at least until dinner. Or could it be easier?
They say that they used to powder their eyelashes. Maybe try?
I do the contouring with a bronzer, as my mother taught. What?
What habits have you got rid of because you no longer see the need for them?