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Gone are the days when walking about with shabbily done makeup was allowed. Thanks to various professional makeup artists releasing video tutorials daily on basic steps of how to do the proper makeup; from the eyebrow to applying foundation to wearing your lipsticks perfectly, you can have a perfect facebeat done by yourself in the comfort of your home and as we all the know, the advantages of having a properly done makeup can never be over emphasized. A good makeover enhances the beauty and not the other way round. It makes the face appear younger, fresher, slimmer; simply more chic.

Well applied makeup makes one look more beautiful; I will like to think it brings out the more feminine side of a lady, making them even more attractive. Not that the natural face is ugly or makes a woman socially unacceptable; there are still tons of women who don’t know how to use a makeup kit and would rather not.

Makeup intensifies the natural beauty of a woman. It helps to cover the facial blemishes like pimples, blackheads, injuries, scars and so on. With the right concealer, foundation and all, you can even cover up very deep tribal marks. One professional MUA defined makeup as the cheaper way of making your face look better without resulting to a plastic surgery, it may be temporary but works like “magic”.

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Although makeup is very good as it has helped some women regain their lost confidence caused by some skin problems and accidents, some people especially men are finding the transformation caused by the beauty products very deceitful. The comparison between the “before” and “after” image of a person who just had her face beat often leave people speechless and stunned.

They often doubt the beautifully made up girl was the girl with blemishes and maybe tribal marks. The complete transformation has made so many people believe makeup is indeed a lie and question the “authenticity” of every girl’s beauty.

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Author: Herbidex Teasler

Aderibigbe Abiodun , is a Blogger, Internet Marketer, Programmer, Web Developer, and the C.E.O of Froshvibes.com

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