5 Makeup Products Essential for Beginners


Maria Suzanne Plana | Vigorbuddy.com

If you are a makeup beginner, you probably are intimidated by the magnitude of products in the market and their price. Fret not, you only really need these five products to uplift your makeup game.



Many say that makeup is an art. That being said, you need a smooth canvas before anything else. No one has perfect skin, and one quick remedy for that is to use foundation. Foundation is only one of the many base products for the face such as tinted moisturizers, BB creams, and CC creams. It is an essential for every beginner because not only can it even out the discoloration on your face, it can also double up as a concealer to hide your dark circles and acne problems if layered on properly.

Eyebrow Kit


One holy grail product for beginners is probably an eyebrow kit that is inclusive of wax and powder. Many of these type of kits are perfect for taking care of not only your brows but also your eye makeup and even contour! The two shades of powder in the kit can be used for creating a simple but dimensional eye look perfect for everyday affairs.



Your base makeup will most likely wash out some of the color on your face. Lipstick will help bring back that healthy glow not only on your lips but also on your cheeks. If you don’t have the budget to spare for a blush, you may opt to dab some of your lip product onto your cheeks.



If tired eyes are your problem, mascara will be your best friend. Even without curling your lashes beforehand, a good mascara will make your eyes look bigger and more awake. There is no such thing as too much mascara, so go ahead and give your lashes some love to define those gorgeous specs.



There are different kinds of face powder but whichever you choose to use will definitely make your makeup stay in place for a while. Use the baking technique to set your base makeup. To do this, simply pack a lot of powder and wait a minute or two before blending it off. Face powder is also a good product to add more coverage if your foundation did not do a good job of hiding some pesky imperfections.

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