How to Do Makeup CORRECTLY





Introduction: How to Do Makeup CORRECTLY

Hi, Claramecium here. I'm going to show you how to apply makeup CORRECTLY. Correctly applying makeup is much more than just smearing makeup all over your face. It is an art form, and I will show you how it's done.

Step 1: Foundation

The first step is foundation. Take any shade and rub it all over your face. Don't worry if it breaks- this will just add to the texture. For the best effect, create large, mismatched blotches everywhere on your face. This will be the base for your makeup.

Step 2: Eyeliner

Take the eyeliner and outline your eye area with a thick, dark line. The larger the circles, the better. Make it bold and don't be afraid to add little dots on the inside. Trust me, it won't look ridiculous.

Step 3: Lipstick

Add as much lipstick as you possibly can. Apply it all the way to your chin if you want to. Take the brightest color you have and just go for it.

Step 4: Touchup

Feel free to touch up any makeup that got smudged, or just add more if you feel like it!

Step 5: Learn to Work It

All right then, now that your makeup looks awesome, it's time to work it! Strike poses and put your hair in front of your face because it looks cool! Pout and use an ample amount of peace signs because they are apparently also cool. Post an obnoxious amount of selfies because you look so awesome!

Step 6: Comparison

Here is a before and after. Just look at that improvement!

Step 7: One More Thing...

This is most certainly a legitimate tutorial! Yep! These aren't misleading instructions AT ALL...



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    Haha! What an improvement! But you got those last photos reversed, daughter.

    you should start doing stuff right so you can win prizes like iPads and makeup bags and ect.

    dude but wouldn't you want an iPad and stuff?