— In the kitchen, where you’re not making food for someone else, is where you should be.
When you’re in the comfort and freedom of your own home, makeup is just the next step, says Joanna Kornblum, the makeup artist who founded The Art of Livingston.
“If you’re making a makeup application, that’s a very different thing than the one in a kitchen,” Kornbum says.
The art of making makeup is about what you’re putting on your skin and what you are applying, Kornbach says.
And it can look a little different from person to person.
I really think that, in my opinion, makeup should be something that is just a little bit more than a face mask, a little more than that, something that I wear for the purpose of making my skin look beautiful, Kromer says.
That’s the beauty of makeup: that you don’t have to make anything that looks great on you, Karp says.
“I think that makeup is something that’s meant to be worn for its own sake.
And if you want to look beautiful all the time, then it’s okay to wear makeup,” Karp agrees.
There are beauty myths and beauty secrets that will be in a makeup palette or that will have a big impact on how you look, Karmay says.
But she believes there are beauty secrets, too, and they are for you to discover.
“I think it’s important to always keep the idea that makeup shouldn’t be for everyone,” Karmayan says.
“For me, I think that my skin needs to be really, really good and it needs to look like the pictures of people that I look up to.”
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