By Josfyn Uba
If you prefer very little make-up on your face, then your make-up style is termed minimalist. It means you prefer what make-up artists refer to as the “no-makeup” look.
It is the use of cosmetics to enhance facial features without calling attention to the makeup itself. However, as reasonable that sounds, Abuja- based make-up artist, Princess Umole warns that there are certain criteria that need to be met to carry off the look.
The first and major rule of minimalist make-up is a clear skin, “I’m sorry but a face full with acne, scars, spots or pimples can’t carry the minimalism of this makeup style, the skin needs to be flawless” Princess Umole cautions: “If your skin is healthy and flawless it makes it easy to achieve.”
She enlightens that minimalist make-up is unique in the sense that it brings out those special features that characterizes the face, giving one that natural and young look that everyone wants to achieve.
She further instructs that the best secret for this kind of make-up is to use natural and matching colours, shades and highlights to ensure it stays and look like a part of your skin. You can always use this look practically for any event and you will still rock and have fun.