Complete your full makeup routine with just concealer
Who’s ready to make their makeup last longer and go further? It’s easier than you think and best of all, it won’t cost you a ton of money. Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan found a way to mimic many of your beauty products by just using concealer. Jordan took Elf concealer and mixed it with a moisturizer which diluted the effect to make a sheer foundation. Watch the video to learn more makeup tricks!
This is how men can wear makeup and feel 100% comfortable
Look, guys: You’ve probably never thought about putting on makeup in your daily life. Unless you’re on TV or a clown, the thought of putting on makeup has probably never crossed your mind. StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan wants you fellas to know that you have nothing to worry about when it comes to putting on makeup, and it’s not as daunting as you’d think. When it comes to men wearing makeup, Jordan said it’s about perfecting your face, and not doing total coverage. There are other things that Jordan suggests, like using concealer to cover any blemishes or bags under your eyes and adding a little bit of bronzer around your face for just a little bit more color.
This makeup routine will have you ready in 10 minutes or less
Getting ready for dinner with the girls or having a date night with your partner can always be such a rush when you’re a busy person, but we guarantee this makeup routine will have you ready to go and out the door in 10 minutes -- or maybe even faster. Katrina has been doing this for years, so if anyone knows how to put on an elegant face of makeup quickly, it’s her. Let’s say you’re going to work, so you do a simple and quick makeup base before you head out the door in the morning. You already have a great primer for the more dramatic makeup to come later in the day. By the time you’re ready to to go out at night, you just have to let your hair down and you’ve got tons of volume to work with.
The hands-down best beauty gifts: An Amazon shopping guide
A great skin product can change your whole routine. No matter who you’re shopping for, beauty gifts are ALWAYS sure to please. It’s truly the best of the best, so if you’re ready to knock your daughter’s socks off and gift her a truly fabulous item -- look no further. Apply a few coats of this magical potion (if you’re truly getting glammed up) and you’ll see some Bambi lashes in no time. If you’re really looking to up your game, make sure you have the best possible set.
Which eyelashes are right for you? With all the latest options, style editor helps you pick the best pair
Putting on fake eyelashes might be foreign territory for you, but don’t lash out too quickly -- we’ve got you covered on the best tips and trades to applying a fake eyelash for any fun night out on the town. There are different ways to extend your eyelashes to maximum volume, but StyleWise style editor Jon Jordan suggests going with the good old fashioned fake eyelash. Some people don’t like the glue that goes on the eyelid, so they might opt out for a lash extension put on by a professional, but if you’re cool with applying the glue yourself, fake eyelashes can be fun and effective at upgrading your look. A classic fake eyelash will surely get the job done, but there has been some innovation in the fake eyelash world, and there are a lot of great products out there that let you have more control over how much of the fake eyelash goes on your face. To learn about that, and so much more, watch the latest StyleWise video above, and make sure you subscribe to StyleWise so you never miss a video.
Heres the key to keeping your makeup fresh in the summer heat
You've likely heard about primer as something that you should include in your makeup routine but do you really know which one is best for you? Well, today Jon Jordan joined host Tati Amare to give some tips on choosing the best primer. The best way to look at it would be a primary step to keep your foundation better, longer, more believable, said Jordan. Jordan provided recommendations based on your specific needs in a primer and the season. Watch the video above to learn more about the different primers and see Jon test some of the products out.
Cleaning, sanitizing your makeup brushes has never been so important
If you’ve never thought about sanitizing your makeup brushes, now may be the time to do it. Hopefully you’re not sharing any makeup brushes while you’re quarantined, but even if you’re not -- making sure you have a clean makeup brush can help stop the spread of any kind of germs that may be residing on your face. Cleaning the brushes with soap and water is a step in the right direction, but Jordan suggests making sure you soak the brushes in isopropyl alcohol so they are fully sanitized. And if you’re worried about the brushes drying out, just soak them in some water and hair conditioner after the alcohol. Even when it comes to the packaging of makeup products, Jordan suggests finding ones that are in bottles or have pumps; that way, you don’t cross-contaminate while touching the product.