I'm just starting to do makeup and want to know what all the things I would need to do makeup?
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There's nothing you NEED to do for makeup, it depends on what you want to enhance.
If your skin is uneven/splotchy, you can wear a bit of foundation to even it out if you like.
If your eyebrows aren't naturally a flattering shape/sparse you can you gel/pencil/powder to fill them/ shape them (LOOK UP HOW TO DO THIS OR GET IT DONE BY A MAKEUP ARTIST FOR THE FIRST TIME BECAUSE BEGINNERS USUALLY DONT DO IT RIGHT. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.)
If you want to add more life/color to your skin you can use blush/bronzer/highlighter depending on what you're going for.
You can wear mascara to make your eyelashes darker and longer (this is usually the most universal makeup that looks good on everyone so you should start off with this)
You can also use eyeliner to define your eyes, but just warning you 99.9% of people don't look good with eyeliner on the bottom lash line or water line so stick to putting it on your top lashes to be safe.
You can wear a bit of eyeshadow to make your eye color pop or apply a neutral brown that's slightly darker than your skin tone in your crease to make your eyes look more deepset (this is the most foolproof way to wear eyeshadow and is always flattering if done right)
And if you want your lips to be a bit rosier you can try a tinted lip balm or lip stain (lipstick or lipgloss is an option to but because you're just starting to wear makeup you might be prone to messing up or mis-applying a heavier product such as those.
Remember to watch a lot of makeup tutorials on everything you do because people are often very bad at applying makeup and make themselves look worse if they don't have a lot of learning and practice. You can also go to a makeup artist and ask for them to do it and show you how if you like, but always ask for a natural look because you don't want to be too overwhelmed the first time you wear makeup. And if you don't like how the makeup artist did their own makeup, don't let them do yours because you'll probably not like how they do yours either. (Just because they're a makeup artist doesn't mean they're necessarily good, I've come across a ton of makeup artists who are terrible at putting makeup on clients)
Most importantly, if whatever feature you have doesn't need any enhancement, don't bother using makeup to try to enhance it even more (ie don't put on foundation of you already have clear even skin, or put on blush if your cheeks are naturally rosey) so basically don't fake something with makeup that you already have.0