Do you know what kind of look suits you best? Every woman thinks they know what works best for them. That’s fine, you know yourself more than anyone else. However, there are proven ways of boosting your beauty. If you take into account your hair, nose, lips and other things, you can get the ideal look that really suits you. Your head, eye, mouth and cheeks affect how you look in different styles and fashions. If you want to know how you could take advantage of your best features then you should pay close attention to the following areas we explore in these Different Types Of Beauty: Hair, Lips, Noses, And Ideal Look.
Different Types Of Beauty: Hair, Lips, Noses, And Ideal Look
3 Lip types and advice
Full lips: These lips are large overall, and they seem to have a plumped-up look. This usually means you have a larger mouth and this is usually also going to mean you have a defined lower face.
- You can make your lips look great by taking attention away from your lips and going with a blended nude color of lipstick. It should go well with your makeup.
- You may also want to use a more daring eyeliner and also, highlight your cheeks.
Thin lips: These lips are easy to spot because they really make the rest of the facial features look larger. They are usually going to mean you do not have a cupid’s bow, or at least not as pronounced.
- You should use a pencil to draw around your lips and give them a slightly larger look. This gives you more room to fill in with lipstick.
- Use lighter makeup for your face and this should make your lips look larger as darker shades make your features look slimmer.
Round lips: These are lips that may not be wide, but they are plump. They tend to protrude outward and give a bit of a fish-like image.
- Darker shades might be better to limit the plumpness and elevate the width of your cheeks.
- However, gloss finishes are also good as they can draw attention to your lips from the sides, making them look a little longer.
Hair types and advice
Let’s make things simple.
- Type 1 = straight hair
- Type 2 = wavy hair
- Type 3 = curly hair
- Type 4 = coily hair
Now let’s look at the different types of natural hair and how to style them. A balayage is a good way to color your hair more evenly throughout the top, middle and bottom. This is great for all hair types because it gives a uniform look that you can style with many outfits.
Straight hair is going to be the driest because it has the largest surface area exposed to the sun. So, try not to wash your hair too often. Use protein shampoos and conditioners to give your hair extra strength and stop it from splitting.
Wavy hair is almost all the way straight. From the top-down, your hair is probably going to have about 1 inch of curl only. If you want to prevent your wave from flattening, you should avoid cream-based products and oily products too. Use a lighter moose to keep its shape while making it look more stylish.
Curly hair is a little more complex. You should use hydrating shampoos and conditioners, but not all the time. Your curly hair will be oilier than the other two types above. So you don’t need to wash it with an oily or creamy shampoo, but you should wash it regularly to prevent it from getting greasy.
Coily hair is unique and it’s difficult to keep hydrated. You should use creamy mouses and shampoos often and try to gently wash your hair. Butters and deep conditioning masques are also a good options to maintain hair strength.
Snub nose: This nose is short and with a medium width. It’s going to make the rest of your facial features look larger, so use eye shadow and a darker cheek highlighter. You may also want to make your lips look a little smaller by using a darker shade too. Try to get rid of shadows around your nose by using a lighter tone on the tip and nostrils.
Roman nose: This is a large nose that is often straight and has a sharp triangle tip. If you have this type of nose, your facial features might look smaller. So you can use lighter foundations and lighter lipstick tones. You should try to plump up your lips using a brighter shade to draw attention away from the nose.
Upturned nose: This nose can be either short or tall, but almost always a little narrow. You really have the best of both worlds, you can use a lighter or darker makeup and you will look great. The key is to use a little lighter lipstick to draw attention away from the nostrils which are upturned too.
Bulbous nose: The end of your nose is a little plump and rounded. You can use a lighter shade on your nose and eliminate shadows by using a brighter foundation on your cheeks too. You should use a bolder lipstick to draw attention away from the bulbous part.
Rules to follow
The key is to try to eliminate shadows where you can see that your facial features are slightly larger and bring more attention to zones where they are smaller.
Take a look at your lips in the mirror against a type chart. It should let you know what type of lips you have and this guide should give you some pointers for how to style them. If you’re missing a cupid’s bow or it’s not as large, then you should try to bring a little shadow to your lips by using a darker shade of makeup to bring more attention to your lips.
In terms of hair, it’s all about maintaining hydration naturally and unnaturally when the first fails. Start by finding out your hair type and look at products designed for it.
Everyone’s hair, lips, nose and facial features are different and it’s really a game of trying to find out which type each of them is. Then you can begin to get the ideal look that plays to your strengths.