The no-makeup look will always be a classic choice for everyone. Although it's simple, it highlights one's natural features and produces a fresh, youthful effect. The usual elements of this natural look are as follows: a light base, feathered brows, a few coats of mascara, a rosy blush, and finally, a swipe of MLBB or nude lipstick. It is pretty basic, both literally and figuratively.
To prove our point, here are the freshest celebrity barely-there photos we found. You can try some of them on your own to tweak your daily office look.
You can cop this fresh makeup look by using the same tint on your cheeks and lips! Add gloss if you please.
What you need: a light sweep of matte caramel eyeshadow, a hint of blush, and a matte nude lipstick.
Use a latte-colored eyeshadow to define the crease, a champagne highlighter for the cheeks, and an MLBB lippie.
Make the most out of your makeup with this look: Use a bronzer to add warmth to your cheeks and eyelids!
Yes, you can still look like a fabulous with little makeup! You just need to fill in your brows, curl your lashes, and apply peach blush on the apples of the cheeks and a little bit on the bridge of the nose.
Keep the focus on the skin! A light layer of BB cream and liquid highlighter will bring out your natural glow.
Brush up your brows and fill in the sparse areas with a brow pencil. Sweep a blush upwards to the temples to add color and define your face shape, curl your lashes, and swipe an MLBB lipstick—you're done!
Chinita eyes can get subtle definition with a layer of brown eyeshadow swept close to the lash line. There's no need for lipstick—a lip tint is enough!
Curled lashes and an MLBB lippie are enough to make you look put-together.
A sheer wash of copper on the lids and coral blush on the cheeks are enough to bring out the golden undertones of your morena skin.
Go for a peach monochromatic look for a dewy and fresh vibe!
Rim the upper lash line with a soft brown pencil to create an illusion of thicker lashes—an easy trick to do if you're too tamad to apply eyeshadow.
Even if you aren't wearing eyeshadow on your eyelids, you can just apply a white highlighter on the inner corners of the eyes to open them up.
Achieve a glass-skin look by prepping your face with a gel-moisturizer. Define the brows and apply a cream highlighter on the tops of the cheekbones to score a glossy (not slick) finish.
Score instant dewy skin by sweeping a shimmer blush on your cheeks.
Put on a pair of hazel contact lenses if you want to skip eye makeup. Finish your look with a tinted lip balm.
Jennylyn's skin just shines through in this barely-there makeup look.
Don't worry about your freckles showing. They're part of who you are, after all.
If you've got dusky skin, level up your golden glow with a bronzer.
Rimming the lower waterline with a lavender or white eyeliner brightens the eyes—just curl the lashes and you've got defined peepers!
Bushy kilay shouldn't be a problem, as these define your facial features.
Do the halo eyeshadow technique: Sweep the same eyeshadow on the crease and lower lashline, leaving the lid bare. Curl the lashes to avoid looking un-made up. Lightly dust a subtle champagne highlighter on the cheekbones for a candlelit glow.
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If you're born with big, brown eyes, curl your lashes and define the brows with a soft gray pencil to bring your best feature out.
Apply a caramel eyeshadow on the eyelids and lower lashline to open up the eyes. To cop a flawless base, simply spot-conceal blemishes. Dab a tinted lip balm as a finishing touch.
A low-key way to define the eyes is by curling the lashes and applying a bit of color on the lower lash line. Finish the look with powder all over the face and nude gloss on the lips.
Filled-in brows and faint pink blush will make you look put-together in minutes.
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.