Cat in the hat face makeup is a technique for contouring and highlighting the face. It is quite common practice among professional makeup artists and is an especially popular method for achieving a youthful or feminine appearance.
This makeup is beneficial to anyone with a round face and all who want to achieve a more angular, angular appearance. This is one of the most popular makeup techniques of the last 25 years.
The makeup is fairly simple, consisting of only a few basic techniques. It is a cost-effective alternative to more expensive professional makeup services.
How to make Cat in the hat face makeup?
If you want to achieve a cat in the hat face makeup, first, you must understand which parts of your face you need to make up. This is by far the most important step in making this makeup since otherwise, the results will be extremely unbalanced and will quite possibly ruin your actual appearance.
This makeup technique is useful for those with small eyes and large noses and those who want their faces to look fuller.
Ingredients For the Cat in the hat face makeup:
- Face Primer
- Foundation base
- Soft focus (optional)
- Makeup brushes and wand
Directions for a cat in the hat face makeup
1. Begin by applying a matte foundation or concealer under the cheeks on both sides.
2. Create a small triangle for the nose (directly above the mouth) and apply an even coat of foundation all over the face, going down to just under the eyes. Make sure to blend it in well and make your skin look smooth.
3. Apply Bronzer to the cheekbones, nose, and forehead as well as any other areas where you would like to make your face appear more youthful, such as under your chin and around the eyes.
4. Apply a soft focus to the eyes by using foundation or concealer on your finger and gently dabbing your eyes for a soft touch.
5. Apply highlights above the cheekbones, corners of eyebrows, and several spots on the nose, center of the chin, and forehead.
6. Finally, apply a light layer of soft focus around the eyes to make them look larger.
Step 1 – Before the makeup:
Please take a few foundation pieces on the brush, apply them to the face, and smooth them with a makeup sponge. Then apply a little Bronzer around the chin and cheekbones and blend with your fingers. Using a large foundation brush, apply it to both sides of the face in a circular motion, starting at the middle of the cheekbones. Then move down toward your hairline.
Make sure to blend the makeup well. Use your fingers or a makeup sponge to gently dab and blend until it is completely smooth. Use blending brushes to smooth any lines and circles.
Step 2 – After the makeup
After you’ve finished your face, it is necessary to add some highlights to your cheeks, forehead, and nose to emphasize them.
Best 5 Ideas for a cat in the hat face makeup
Here are 5 ideas for you to try out.
1. Powdered blush
Powdered blush is an excellent way to press these cheeks and make them look fuller. Start with a peach color and sprinkle it lightly over the cheeks with your fingers, ensuring that you blend it evenly.
2. Powder highlighter
Apply a highlighter to the top of your forehead, between your eyebrows, corner of the eyebrows, and cheekbones. Use a fan brush to apply it.
Apply softly light strokes. You can take some powder with a fan brush and comb your hair sprinkles with light strokes. They will be like the twinkle in the stars.
3. Bronzer powder
Use bronze powder on the cheeks and forehead highlights. You can use a fan brush to apply Bronzer to the cheeks, right under the cheekbones, and then pull down your jawline.
4. Contour powder
Use a dark brown contouring powder on the sides of your nose to make it look smaller, and then apply a little bit of a highlighter to illuminate your face. You can also use makeovers on rosemary or other areas where you want them to be pre-emphasized.
5. Powdery contour
Use a contouring powder on the cheeks, forehead, and nose to make it look more defined. Use a small brush to create soft lines on the forehead and chin. Apply powder to your cheekbones and blend with your fingers
This makeup is best used as a complement or alternative to professional face makeup. This way, you are giving yourself time to prepare in the morning. You can also sit around, save money and have fun.
Simple Cat in the Hat makeup
Simple Cat in the Hat makeup is similar to the classic Cat in the hat technique, but there is a more natural tone. The makeup artist applies foundation and blush simultaneously, giving you a more airbrushed look. But beauty is not only in the eye of the beholder, so your whole face will look nice and radiant.
Step 1: Face primer
Apply primer or foundation to the entire face. There should be enough coverage around the eyes and cheeks. Blend well before applying bronzer or cheek highlighters, eye shadows, or other products.
Step 2: Foundation
Apply a light coat of foundation to your face, including the cheeks and forehead, but slightly reduce the coverage in the eye area to make you look more natural.
Step 3: Natural blush
Add a natural touch of blush to your cheeks by applying a peach or coral-colored powder lightly over each cheekbone. You can use liquid foundation or cream as well.
Step 4: Eye makeup
Apply soft-focus eye shadow above your eyebrows. Then blend it into the inner corner of your eyes and below your lower lashes. Use a powder brush to apply the shadow.
Step 5: Highlights
Add soft and natural highlights to your cheekbones and other areas where you want to make your face look more youthful. Use a lighter brown shadow similar to the blush on the cheekbones. Smokey eyes will also look great with this makeup.
Cat in the Hat Makeup girl
Cat in the Hat Makeup girl is the most popular Cat in the hat face makeup because it’s adorable and easy to try out. It is a great way to be both unique and simple simultaneously.
Step 1: Foundation
Apply the foundation to your face, including the forehead, cheeks, and chin. There should be enough coverage around the eyes and cheeks. Blend well before applying Bronzer or other products.
Step 2: Blush
Slightly reduce blush on your face, especially in the eye area. You don’t need to blush so much because you’re giving yourself some puffy eyes.
Step 3: Bronzer
Apply Bronzer on your cheekbones and forehead before applying any other color. You want to be able to blend it with your blush.
Step 4: Powdery contour
Use a contouring powder on the sides of your nose to make it look smaller, and then apply a little bit of Bronzer to illuminate your face. You can also use makeovers on rosemary or other areas where you want them to be pre-emphasized.
Step 5: Highlighter
Apply a highlighter to your forehead, between your eyebrows, corner of the eyebrows, and cheekbones. Use a fan brush to apply it. Apply softly light strokes. They’ll be like the twinkle in the stars.
Cat in the hat face makeup is a great way to play with makeup and be creative while being simple. It requires the least amount of time, but it looks the best. Try our incredibly easy face mask, which blends well with Cat in the hat face makeup.
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Good luck and have fun!