This is just a fun and simple challenge to test your husband/boyfriend/partner’s makeup knowledge. It’s sure to get some laughs! My husband and I sure had fun doing this. I realized I had a lot more to teach him haha. Also, ladies… There’s no shame in teaching your man about makeup – The more he knows, the better it’ll be for you if there’s a crisis and you need him to run out and grab something for you. Better to be safe than sorry, and why not have fun prepping?
Here we go!!!
Bronzer: Used to contour your cheeks or darken your skin.
Blusher: Used to bring undertones up.
Mascara: Used to darken your eyelashes, or extend them, or plump them depending on what you want to do.
Eye Liner: Used to outline your eyelid. Your inner eyelid.
Strobing: No f*cking idea.
Eye Shadow: Usually a pigment that goes directly around your eyelid up to your brow bone.
Concealer: Used to conceal blemishes before anything goes over the top.
Highlighter: Used to accentuate cheekbones or to brighten in general.
Setting Spray: Used to hold makeup in place throughout the day so you don’t have to redo it.
Contouring: Accentuate cheekbones.
Primer: Applied before whatever makeup you’re putting on. There’s multiple different kinds.
Lip Liner: A pencil or a gel that goes around your lips, outside of the lipstick.
Secondary Question: “So what order do you apply the lip liner and the lipstick in?”
His Answer: “Uh…I’m fairly sure that I have seen you do lipstick first, but I think it might be the other way around.”
Followup: “Omg I have never.”
Brow Pencil: To color in your eyebrows. Or to shade them.
Serum: Usually a light liquid or gel applied to the skin.
Cleanser: Face wash to take makeup off.
Micellar Water: I have no f*cking idea. I’ve been trying to figure that out myself. Apparently its some kind of, like, ion charged water or something.
Toner: Just applied to the skin to dry it a little bit; to balance your complexion, so to speak.
BB Cream: Used in place of foundation so that you don’t have to apply powder and cream.
Was this test hard? Yes/No and Why?
Not exceptionally because it’s pretty generic terms.
Could you do my makeup the same way I do it every day?
No. We’ve already learned that.
That’s it for this challenge! Hope you had a fun read and maybe even a few laughs at my expense. Remember, this is all in good fun. 🙂
Until next time,