Hello, and welcome to another day of working from home! You're likely to join another video meeting soon—one of the hundreds you’ve probably attended since the community quarantine started.
While you can get away with your comfy shorts or PJs at home, it’s best to take extra steps when preparing for a video call with your colleagues. Dust off your makeup kits and try these easy ~fresh lang~ looks for your online conference:
The bold lip is an interesting take on minimal makeup. You don’t have to go with a heavy hand on anything else, except your lips. Just fill in your brows and apply clear mascara. Then, add a bit of blush to your cheeks to give your face some color.
When choosing your lipstick shade, you can be as ~bold~ as you want. You can go for a bright red or a dark wine hue, or even something fun and vibrant like purple or hot pink. (Tip: Outline your puckers with a lip liner in the same shade to prevent the lippie from bleeding.)
A monochromatic neutral MOTD looks elegant when done correctly. You just need to play around with the one thing we’re sure you have in your makeup kit—a nude palette.
Swipe a taupe or caramel eyeshadow on your lids to give your eyes some depth. While contouring is totally optional, you should not forget to apply warm blush on your cheeks. Skip your pinks and corals, and go for a flush that looks closer to your natural skin tone. Finish the look with your best matte MLBB lippie.
Your skin mostly defines how you look at every video meeting. Boost your glow by swapping your heavy foundation with a lightweight tinted sunscreen before setting it with powder. Lastly, turn to your favorite highlighter to create a dewy and fresh finish.
Check out our quick tutorial:
Since you’re mostly working from home, it’s a great idea to use a lightweight tinted sunscreen for your base instead of weighing your face down with a heavy product. Try the Belo SunExpert Tinted Sunscreen (P449.75 for 50mL). This foundation substitute has SPF 50 to help protect your skin from harmful UV rays, especially if you work near a window. It provides a second-skin coverage that helps conceal spots and blemishes, leaving your complexion looking clear and smooth.
Don’t forget to set your base with the Belo Baby Talc-Free Powder (P219.75). It’s a great substitute for setting powder as it helps keep your T-zone shine-free. Plus, it's suitable for most skin types.
The Belo SunExpert Tinted Sunscreen and Belo Baby Talc-Free Powder are available in a limited-edition bundle pack for P449.75 at Shopee. Try it to see the benefits for yourself and follow Belo SunExpert on Facebook to learn more.