Complete Guide to a “No-Makeup” , Makeup Look | Goonj

Complete Guide to a “No-Makeup” , Makeup Look

Complete Guide to a “No-Makeup” , Makeup Look

Going all out with your makeup on an everyday basis does not seem entirely appropriate, or rather professional.This is the reason the no-makeup look gained a lot of popularity, and guess what, it’s still trending! It’s a must follow look this winter season. The ultimate look to appear radiant and young.

You may think that it’s easier to achieve the fairly common, ” No-Makeup”, make-up look. Well, allow me to burst your bubble! Achieving a No-Makeup Look, can sometimes be more difficult than doing a smokey eye, or a winged eye-liner. The end result may seem minimal but the steps to achieve that everyday look are extensive. The “No-Makeup” look is all about making your skin look flawless and radiant.


Step 1: Moisturize!

The first step is to prep( short for prepare) your skin by moisturizing it.

Step 2: Use a primer

Using a primer before applying foundation would ensure that your makeup glides on smoothly.

Step 3: Apply Foundation/BB Cream

Apply a little bit of foundation or a BB cream all over your face using a damp beauty blender.

Step 4: Conceal

Use a pigmented concealer to conceal any pigmentation or dark spots.

Step 5: Highlight

Use a powder or a liquid highlighter to accentuate the high points on your face.

Step 6: Bronze your face

Use a cool-toned bronzer to add a little warmth to your face. The key is not to vigorously contour your face, but to make it seem slightly structured and angular.

Step 7: Blush it up!

Add a little peachy blush to your face to look more fresh and bright. The goal is to look peachy, not tomato red!

Step 8: Fill in your Brows

Fill in your brows using a dark brown eye shadow with an angled brush.

Step 9: Apply Mascara

Use any drug-store mascara to give a subtle lift and volume to your lashes.

Step 10: Lips

Finish off your look by using a lip-balm or a nude lipstick.

Step 11: Set your Makeup

Set your makeup using face powder or a setting spray. Voila, you’re done!