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High school is a time for experimentation. For many, it’s the first time they can express themselves through appearance. There are no more rules to follow, and the sky is the limit regarding what you can do with your makeup.
Whether looking for a natural look or something more dramatic, there is plenty of high school makeup looks to choose from. In this article, we’ll explore some of the most popular looks and show you how to achieve them yourself. So get ready to experiment and have some fun!
Different High School Makeup Looks
Glowy, Natural Makeup Look
This quick and easy natural look by content creator Bailey Dedrick makes it easy to arrive at school on time looking fresh. First, cleanse your face, apply little hydrating cream and anti-pollutant, and massage gently. Now, apply primer to reduce pores on your skin.
After that, you have two options either you use a tinted moisturizer or foundation to give a smooth, flawless look for a day. With foundation application, you can use concealer to hide dark spots.
Blend the product well to prevent a caky look, and set the concealer with powder. Apply bronzer to the side of the cheeks, under the jawline, and forehead. Next, apply liquid blush on the apple of the cheeks. Finish your look with an eyebrow gel, mascara, and light pink lip gloss.
Natural Makeup for Acne-Prone Skin
Watch this video by Sonia Anastasia to learn how to conceal acne and hyperpigmentation without creating a cakey finish. Her go-to product for covering up hyperpigmentation is the Concealer, and she also demonstrates a simple technique for creating the appearance of natural-looking fake freckles.
No-Makeup Makeup Look
This is the most stunningly beautiful back-to-school makeup tutorial you’ll ever see. Ashley Quiroz uses brow gel, tinted moisturizer, and nude lip liner as part of her minimalist, less-is-more approach to creating an invisible makeup look.
Lancôme’s Teint Idole Ultra Wear Care & Glow Foundation is a favorite among us when we want to look fresh and put together without effort. Infused with skin-loving elements like hyaluronic acid and mandelic acid, its viscosity is similar to serum and feels incredibly lightweight when applied to the skin.
High School Makeup Look For Oily Dark Skin
Need some dramatic makeup tips for the first day of school? With this easy-to-follow back-to-school makeup tutorial for oily skin, Lexsa Marie has you covered. Her methods will teach you how to make your makeup last all day while minimizing shine.
Light No Foundation Makeup Look
Do you want more coverage but don’t want to use foundation? See how Haley Kim minimizes imperfections in her high school makeup tutorial using concealer and color corrector. Bonus: She only uses products available at the drugstore, such as the wildly popular L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Lash Paradise Mascara.
Dewy, Clean Makeup
Amy Serrano’s clean & dewy makeup look with only drugstore products is the perfect example of achieving a stunning look with less effort. What’s the secret to her radiance? Using L’Oréal Paris’ True Match Lumi Glotion as a skin moisturizer before applying foundation.
Soft Glam High School Makeup Look
Updating your everyday style can be necessary at times. If you’re in the mood for a little more glitz, try Fatima Bah’s pink and soft makeup technique, which uses inexpensive drugstore items. This look will last all day with the help of NYX Professional Makeup Long-Lasting Matte Finish Setting Spray.
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