Makeup kits are essential for every lady, to add beautiful touches to her face and body, and look all pretty at work or during the special occasions. These cosmetics are categorized into two types, the simple daily care products like skin moisturizers and anti-wrinkling creams; and the beauty products like lip stick, blusher, eye shadow, glitter, eyebrow pencils, metallic pearls, etc…
The good makeup kits should contain both products, or, at least, one daily care product and different choices of cosmetics. Despite that, most makeup kits are sold without cosmetics cleaner or nourishing creams.
The most important part in choosing a makeup kit is definitely not the content. Many ladies get confused due to the different eye shadow, blusher and lipstick colors, forgetting what they need for their daily style and special occasions appearance. The result is spending much money on a kit that they don’t know how to use, and hence too much color mixing or an unused cosmetic box taking space in the closet.
Here are some matters to consider before buying a kit:
1- Your daily style and color of clothes.
2- How many occasions you attend per month.
3- Your face tone and skin type.
4- The size of your purse.
5- How frequent you need to fix the makeup outside.
6- Your budget.
These factors are supposed to lead you to the right choice. For example, one whose skin tone is light, working and attending meetings frequently. Such person will surely need a variety of colors in blusher, lip gloss, eye shadow, mascara, eye liner. And she surely needs a glittery touch in each of these, to suit the night occasions, parties and dinners. A really huge cosmetic kit is needed for her elegance.
Another teenage girl, housewife, lightly working lady, or aerobic/zumba instructor, may need a simple kit that suits her face tone and daily beauty without much glitter or intense colors.
Buying group makeup products is also nice as it allows you to choose the colors and brands separately, according to your personal needs and budget. They are always easy to keep in your purse, during a long travel, or in a small drawer.