The makeup aesthetic is a way for you to express your identity in a professional setting. You can do this by choosing the right colors, textures and products that work with your skin tone.

monochromatic

Monochromatic makeup is a great way to experiment with different shades of a single color. For example, if you’re going for an elegant look and want to wear white as your base (or even just one shade of it), try wearing black eyeliner on top of the white foundation. This creates an interesting contrast that can really pop when combined with your other makeup looks!

Monochromatic makeup also makes it easy to create bold looks without being too over the top. If you have any red tones in your outfit or jewelry pieces, then they will always stand out against whatever neutral palette you choose—so don’t worry about having too many colors!

glitter

Glitter is one of the most versatile makeup products out there. It can be used as an eyeshadow, a highlighter, or on your cheeks and lips.

Glitter is also great for adding shine to your look!

cut crease

The cut crease is a great way to add dimension and definition to your eyes. You can do it either with a brush or your finger, but this technique works best on people with hooded eyes.

You’ll want to start by placing an eyeliner on your upper lash line, as close as possible to the inner corner of each eye. Next, use an angled liner brush (or one of those spongy things that looks like a mascara wand) and move it from side-to-side across the crease until you’ve created small triangles in both corners of each eye: one at either end of where you initially outlined them earlier; then another half-way through their length; and finally at their very ends before blending outwards with your fingertip so that no part remains untouched by color!

dewy skin

Add a highlighter to your cheeks and highlight just above your cheekbones, not on top of it like most highlighters do; this will give you more luminosity without making you look oily or too glittery! You can also use bronzer if you want to add depth to your face and make yourself look more tan!

soft/natural

Light foundation, or no makeup at all if you’re going for the look of a fresh spring rain. If your hair color is light enough, it should be easy to get away with not applying any powder product on top of your skin—you won’t even need concealer!

black and white eyeshadow

Black and white eyeshadow is a bold look that stands out from the crowd. It’s an easy way to create depth in your makeup, whether you’re wearing it alone or layered with other colors.

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