French style make up is one of the most recognizable, most peculiar ones among the make up styles. Simple, untouched but sophisticated, the most classic look of this makeup style is empty eyes, stunning lips.
Plain, often with no eyeliner or a fine eyeliner, with plenty of charmed eye makeup; a low-coverage foundation, a natural facial make-up and lips with nude or red-burgundy tones, the first to come to mind when it comes to French style makeup.
The most important feature of this makeup style is to avoid exaggerated appearances. There are no classic tailed eyeliners, colorful eyeshadows or sharp contour lines. Natural wavy hair, also known as messy hair, is preferred as a complementary make-up to as much effort as possible.
Although it is very fashionable this year, bright lips and lipglosses are not very suitable for French style make up. Liquid matte lipsticks are also less preferred. Classic lipstick with mattw or sparkling finish is enough. Instead of very carefully drawn lip pencils, you should drive a truffle-colored lipstick and distribute more with your finger.
Of course, a natural finish is also required in the makeup of the skin. In general, instead of very concealer, matte finished and powdered foundations, fine-structured, water-based foundations are preferred. Highlighers and blushes are also preferred, with textured, creamy or liquid products instead of dusty products.
Eyes in this makeup are as simple as possible. In general, it is enough to make the eyelash roots clear with a black eye pencil. While wearing your makeup in the evening, you can get a simple misty eye makeover by randomly spreading and distributing your eye pencil. The eyeshadow colors are usually cream, beige, rose-colored and light brown, and vaguely preferred. The main point in eye makeup is of course plenty of mascara.