Makeup for hairline

Many women are self-conscious about the look of their hairline, but they don’t have to be. There are tons of makeup tricks that can help you get a more youthful and flattering appearance.

First, try applying foundation to your hairline. This will conceal any bald spots and make it look like you have more hair than you really do. If you want more of an effect, add some blush or lipstick on top of the foundation for a dramatic look!

Another option is using eyeshadow to brighten up your face and make it appear fuller. Apply a light shade of brown or pink around your temples, then blend it out with a brush or your fingers so it fades into your skin tone instead of looking unnatural. You can also add shimmery highlights under your eyes for extra impact!

Finally, if all else fails, just wear sunglasses all day long! This will cover up any imperfections while giving off an air of confidence that comes from knowing that no one has seen what’s underneath yet today anyway.”

Makeup for hairline

We’re not all blessed with glorious hairlines to execute some of the current beauty trends like intricate baby hair designs or a pristine middle part. The latter may seem simple, but if your hairline isn’t lush, then creating a severe part will only exaggerate any sparseness. If you’re afraid to ditch your side part for a middle part because of this or you just want a clean, crisp line, we found a tutorial that will help you fake it. 

How to Fill in Your Hairline With Makeup

TikToker Rikki used four products to achieve her dream middle part: smoothing serum, eyeliner, concealer and brow pomade. To try it myself, I first reached for the Dark and Lovely Blowout Shine Gloss Serum Balm. Ironically, I never really blow out my hair (heat-free styles are my friend!) but this hair styling balm tames my flyaways and frizzies without feeling heavy or sticky. So after using a wide-toothed comb to part my hair and pull it back into a sleek bun, I went over the front of my part with the serum balm using my Baby Tress Edge Styler. A little of this balm goes a long way, too!

Next, I painted over any sparse areas at the front of my part with the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Frame and Set in Deep Brunette. The angled brush allowed me to be strategic about the placement of the lightweight formula. Then I used the Maybelline New York Hyper Easy Waterproof Liquid Liner In Pitch Black to create hair strokes. The key here is not to be heavy-handed. I went over my part again with the serum balm as shown in the tutorial. Then I dabbed just the tiniest drops of the Lancôme Teint Idole Ultra Wear All Over Concealer, which has a natural matte finish, at the front of my middle part to highlight the center. I then went over the part ever-so-slightly again with the brow pomade and liner just to clean up the line. 

My Final Result and Thoughts

I do feel like my “catfished” middle part was slightly more precise than my natural middle part. My natural hairline isn’t as sparse as the one in the video, so I don’t feel like my results were extreme enough for me to do this whole routine every time I do a middle part. However, on a special occasion when I’m giving my face a full beat, I’d definitely whip out this little trick.

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