Baby Face Makeup
Moisturize first for baby-soft skin. Radiant matte is best. Conceal aging spots. Hide acne and cheek puffiness. Apply concealer.
Most makeup uses foundation all over. Not this. Avoid cakey foundation by dotting it. Finger-blend for a natural look. Babies seem dewy.
Powder the base. Powder mattes and sets makeup. Covers freckles perfectly. Avoid dulling the base by powdering your jawline and forehead. This prevents facial hair.
Bronzer and blush can't match newborns' pink and lavender cheeks. Lavender blush can show it. Finger-applying pink color, lotion, or blush works too.
Babies rarely have straight, thin brows. Bushy eyebrows are bad for Baby Face makeup. Mascara thickens well-kept eyebrows.
Draw thicker eyebrows with the same pencil. Shape thick eyebrows with a comb. Baby Face eyebrows shouldn't be too long or straight. Create natural eyebrows with your instruments.
Baby Face makeup does not use eyeliner because kids rarely have thick eyelashes. Eyeshadow may refresh eyelids. Use skin-toned eyeshadow.
Moisturize regularly and Baby Lips is enough. If you fail to hydrate, scrub flaky skin first. Color clean lips pink or orange. Mix cosmetics for a babyface glow.
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