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Makeup is becoming popular with young women

Makeup is becoming popular with young women

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As a young woman, it’s important to know how to apply your makeup on-the-go to fit any scene or situation.

Recently, young women are more interested in styling themselves without the help of a beautician and are looking to new products.

Now, girls are going basic with a touch of blush powder and face cream.

Cheorn Dalin, 19, a student and a bag vendor at O’Russei Market, said, “I like to style my makeup to look a bit like the Korean style before I party or go out with friends.”

Dalin added that eyes are the best feature to make up. She uses eyeliner to highlight them and makes her eyelids a bit darker with shadow, and then uses powder to give her a face a glow.

For her lips, Dalin goes with a light-red lipstick and makes sure that the colour of her blush matches. She uses the blush sparingly.

“We should use lotion or creams before we use any other makeup products, because it will protect our skin and leave our faces healthy,” Dalin said.

Beauty and style is important to pay attention to as new trends and styles change nearly every day.

You can be confident – not to mention stunning – in no time.

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