Do you ever feel lost when designing your makeup looks? Do you feel like there is more pressure to post cute couple photos on Valentine’s Day? Are you worried that your makeup might be too “bland” for the holiday? As MDSUN understands that this holiday can feel overwhelming with gift-giving, no one seems to talk about serving the best Valentine’s Day makeup. That’s why we’re here to introduce: “The Guide to Valentine’s Day Makeup”.
Hearts, Hearts, and More Hearts
This romantic, yet cute look will have your significant other swooning all over you. This makeup look is mainly targeted around your eyes. You can either put small hearts under your eyes, or around your creases. We recommend for the hearts to be pink, red, or even white. Have fun with it!
As red lipstick is one of the most iconic looks to wear, it is even more so during Valentine’s Day – where red is the highlight color. Now finding the perfect red can be a little hard. Some shades can look too dark, while others too light. However, if you’re looking for a “one shade fits all” here’s one.
You Make Me Blush
Blush is one of the most important components in a makeup routine. You can either opt for a light pink shade or a darker red. Either way, what kind of shade you use can either make you look cute or glamorous.
The Floral Look
If you have an obsession with receiving flowers and wearing flowers, then this eyeshadow look is for you. Start by drawing small flowers on your brow bone, accompanied with light hints of red. Or if you’re feeling more adventurous, put actual flowers on your eyelids. So cute!
The best part about Valentine’s Day is having a significant other to applaud your makeup skills. Additionally, setting your skin for these makeup looks is even more important. That’s why MDSUN recommends finding a good serum to put on.
MDSUN’s Brightener Serum is specifically targeted towards dry, oily, combination, and pigmentation skin. The main ingredients in this are Potassium azeloyl diglycinate, SL-Whiting ® 777, Liquorice Glabridin, Ellagic Acid, Paper Mulberry, Deoxyarbutin, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ferulic Acid, Hyaluronic Acid Sodium Salt, Panthenol, Lactobionic Acid. While Lactobionic Acid is a safer alternative to Glycolic Acid and helps to brighten the skin, Ferulic Acid reduces the development of fine lines, spots, and wrinkles.
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