1. UNDERSTAND YOUR SKIN COMPLEXION
Understanding your coloring is the key. You can tell if you are cool or warm by your eye color. In general, if your eyes are blue or brown you’re warm. If your eyes are green or hazel you’re cool. From that you can determine the right hair color and makeup shades. If you’re warm, stick with warm shades. If you’re cool, stick with cool shades. Never go for the opposite. You might remember the mistake Cameron Diaz made a couple of years ago when she bleached her hair very blonde. The combination of her warm face and cool hair made her look much older and less attractive.
2. MATTE COLORS INSTEAD OF SHIMMER COLORS
With matte colors you will always achieve a more classic, timeless look than with shimmer colors. Shimmer, sparkles or glitter can easily take you over the fine line and you can end up looking “cheap.” A subtle shimmery highlighter looks nice on the cheek bones, but for the brow bone I still suggest to use light matte colors.
3. THICKER EYEBROWS
Remember, a little thicker eyebrow will always make you look classier and in many cases younger, than eyebrows that are too thin. The right thickness of your eyebrows is determined by your facial proportions.
4. RULE OF 3
What is the Rule of 3? Eyebrows, Eyes and Lips. These 3 features should be equally balanced if you want to achieve a classic look. Meaning, none of them should stand out more than the other two.
5. SKIP THE LIPGLOSS
There is a reason why the top selling makeup item is lipstick. It makes us look more put together and more feminine. Every woman should have a favorite lipstick. The right lipstick should make your lips look moist and not dry. To keep your look more classy, simply skip the lipgloss which can draw too much unwanted attention especially if you already have your lips enhanced.