For anyone with an Internet connection, finding great sources of basic makeup techniques online is as easy as starting up a browser and doing a simple search on your favorite search engine. There are so many places where person can find basic makeup techniques that they are almost too numerous to list.
One of the very best places I have found on the Internet is YouTube. Because there is such a depth of information available there you can find almost any technique for applying, for determining the correct brush to use, the right powder or even a place to find a inexpensive replacement for that same product right in the archives of youtube.
I certainly don’t want to focus on only this source because there are also many other websites, free ebooks and videos for download that will also teach you some of the coolest tricks top models and celebrities use to accomplish the latest looks.
Hardly anyone can come out with a new look and within a matter of a few days it has been duplicated and an instruction video has been made showing all the different products needed to make it and a step by step tutorial on how to make your face look exactly the same way.
One of my favorite celebrities that is constantly pushing the edge of fashion and makeup is Lady GaGa. She and those artists around her are constantly coming up with new and different looks each time she appears in public.
Do an experiment if you like and the next time she appears on TV see if you can go find the makeup and jewelry she had on within the following few days. I can almost guarantee it will be there with a product list for the makeup and a step by step instruction guide.
Another source of basic make up techniques are the manufactures website. They regularly put out new techniques for all to try and as a way to sell their products. Only a few years ago none of these sources were available and we get all these great basic makeup technique sources for free. The best part is just search a little more and you will find a virtually limitless supply.
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