Date Night Natural Makeup Look

Are you preparing for date night? Whether you are up for something glam or natural for date night, the right set of go-to makeup tips should make you look amazing all night. Going for the classic natural look won't ever fail you, so be sure to check out these tips to perfect your date night natural makeup look.

Clean and Fresh Base

You would want to look flawless on date night. But having a perfect canvas does not necessarily require several layers of foundation and concealer. If you look at Lily Aldridge's makeup at the Kennedy Center Honors event, you will see how she went with natural coverage, to the point of allowing some of her freckles to peek a bit. Likewise, date night natural makeup look should be about natural coverage and lightweight formulation. Go for a tinted moisturizer for a natural and hydrated base. If you need a bit of coverage, do some spot-concealing by only focusing on the specific areas that need to be hidden. Finish off your clean and fresh base with a mineral powder that offers a velvet/satin finish to keep your makeup radiant throughout the day.

Focus on Expressive Eyes

Celebrity makeup artist Deanna Melluso shares one of her favorite eye makeup tips to keep the eye area youthful and expressive. She says, "My favorite 'look younger' makeup tip is first to use a luminizer in the inner corner, then swoop it with a fan brush underneath the eye. This brightens the face." Enhancing the brightness of your eyes would make them more expressive. Tone down with the amount of eyeshadow and use several coats of mascara instead. With curled and lengthened eyelashes, your eyes will look more compelling and alive.

Bitten Lips that Last

Longwear lip colors are essential on date nights! Use a long-lasting lip color and lightly dab it onto the lips instead of going for a full-on, bold lipstick. Bitten lips are perfect for a natural look. In addition to that, not using too much on your lips would mean that it's more likely foolproof.

 

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