Face Makeup

Face makeup can enhance your features if applied properly. Get tips and information on face makeup.

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When was the last time you refreshed your cosmetics bag? If it wasn't in the last few months, chances are some of that stuff has gone bad.

By Michelle Konstantinovsky

Not even one human is completely and totally perfect by society's standards, which is why we all need concealer at one point or another.

By Alia Hoyt

You probably have plenty of regular makeup, but is high-definition makeup something you should consider sporting, instead?

By Alia Hoyt

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If you don't believe in makeup testing on animals, you might be surprised to find out what your makeup brushes are made from. Luckily, there's an alternative to supporting cruelty toward animals.

By Jill Jaracz

If you want a prettier pout, a product called "lip plumper" sounds like a no-brainer, right? It would – but how does it give you that bee-stung look?

By Marie Willsey

While an oval face shape may generally be considered the most balanced, almost everyone would like to play up their best features or downplay minor flaws. Learn how to make friends with highlighter and bronzer, and sculpt your best look yet.

By Maria Trimarchi

Don't settle for tinted moisturizer in the same basic shades; mix up your own batch at home to create a customized color that's just right for your face.

By Bambi Turner

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If you enjoy the occasional mani/pedi, but shy away from the possibility of unsterilized tools, it might be time to start toting your own to the nail salon.

By Alia Hoyt

A round face is nothing to be ashamed of. After all, Drew Barrymore and Charlize Theron fall into the round face camp. But if you want to make your visage look a bit slimmer, here are some tips.

By Christine Venzon

If you apply foundation correctly and use the right formula, it has the power to make you appear younger. How does it do it?

By Denise Harrison

Square faces are striking and beautiful. Just look at Katharine Hepburn. How can you apply makeup to accentuate your strong features and look your best?

By Christine Venzon

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Want to get in on the retro trend? To make sure your makeup is 1950s picture perfect, you'll need to know what trends defined the glamour of the decade.

By Maria Trimarchi

The 1960s was a decade with great style variety. But what are the key points you need to know to get the look?

By Maria Trimarchi

When it comes to cheekbones, why waste a good thing? Learn how to highlight your natural assets with three easy tips.

By Alia Hoyt

There are so many types of makeup out there, it can be hard to figure out which is right for you. The answer starts with your skin type.

By Kim Williamson

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If you've been skipping primer as part of your makeup regimen, it might be time to reconsider this slight. Primers can do wonders in helping your makeup last.

By Alia Hoyt

If lip gloss makes you think of the fruit-flavored stuff you applied in junior high, think again. Real women wear it too!

By Kim Williamson

It's not easy to figure out which jargon-filled claims of younger skin and massive lashes are pretty rational and which are just plain silly. What are five products you can cross off your beauty list?

By Julia Layton

If you're a loyal fan of name-brand skin care and cosmetics, it may be time to take a second look at some budget-saving imposters.

By Laurie L. Dove

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No matter how long we've been using makeup, the issue of how to use powder still eludes many of us. Here are some tips on when and how to use loose and pressed face powder.

By Alison Cooper

If you're even just kind of into makeup, then you have an arsenal in your makeup bag. But you don't have to carry it all with you all the time.

By Emilie Sennebogen

Matte color is chic, elegant and long-lasting. But to sport a look that's polished and comfortable, you'll need to remember one important thing: With matte, lip prep is not optional.

By Julia Layton

When you compare light reflecting makeup to conventional makeup, it's like using clever camouflage instead of a blanket to conceal less than perfect skin.

By Sara Elliott

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In the wide world of makeup tools, applicators -- those differently shaped sponges and puffs -- typically play second fiddle to brushes. So what would your face need a spongy wedge for? A few things, actually.

By Julia Layton

Let's face it. The idea of applying makeup can be scary, and lots of women pass on foundation because of it. But we'll break it down.

By Sara Elliott