Guys need tools in their shed, for whatever it is they do out there. They work on the cars, they work on the house, they fix the lawn mower. They have hatchets, wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers and more. Their tools take up a huge garage, while us women fit ours into a nice cupboard in the bathroom. We have our beauty tools. The things that design our hair and make our faces flawless. Here is a list of some of the beauty tools we women should have to keep our faces beautiful.
For the base of your face you need a sponge, for applying foundation. A powder puff comes in handy when it is time to take away the shine with some powder. A basic that can already be found in your bathroom are cotton swabs. You can use these little guys to fix up any smudges from mascara, eyeliner or even lipstick. They also make a great last minute application tool for eyeliner when you find yourself without a brush. Eyelash curlers can keep your lashes looking long and tweezers can keep them from looking like caterpillars.
Brushes are a must have when applying make-up, but it may be hard to keep them all straight. You need an eyebrow brush to keep them babies under control. You need that powder brush to help blend your foundation. A blusher blush is the perfect size for perfect cheekbones. Eyeshadow brushed make application much “smoother”. And a lipstick brush can help you make your lips look fuller instead of smudged!
Other tools are the make-up you have on hand, of course. Every woman should have a moisturizer, foundation, powder, some sort of concealer (either liquid or stick), blush, possibly a bronzer, eyeliner, eyeshadow, mascara, and lipstick, or a nice gloss. Colors needed are determined by your hair and skin color. All of these goodies can fit in a cupboard, or if you want to get fancy they make nice make-up totes that have all the room you need and compartments made for each individual tool! Beauty is not just skin deep, but being beautiful on the outside helps get people to get to know your inside beauty too!
Source: The Beauty Workbook by Cynthia Robins