5 Makeup Tips For A Sugar Daddy Dating


When getting ready for a date, the romance, excitement, butterflies, anticipation and wanting to impress can mean that we get carried away. We decide to try a new hairstyle, makeup, dress sense or persona in an attempt to impress, but what we forget is that he asked you out because he likes you. there are 4 point about makeup for dating.

1. Don't have a dramatic change of hair cut/colour pre-date!

He likes you the way you are! If you have a regular hairdresser you trust, get him or her to pop in some big Velcro rollers or have a lovely wash and blow-dry.

2. Take the occasion into consideration

You don't want to be over-done or under-done. If it's 'a surprise' – and let's face it, most of us hate those kind of dates – then find a happy medium (and take a small makeup bag with you, just in case! Good idea to always keep a small travel toothbrush and toothpaste set in there too…)

3. Make sure you look like 'you'

You want to make sure that the make-up you wear is 'you'. If you get all done up for your date and it doesn't even resemble how you normally prefer to wear your make-up, you'll be sending a false impression to your date and will inevitably feel very uncomfortable and unable to fully relax. You've bagged the date because he likes you the way you are! While it's great to add a few extra touches to really enhance yourself, don't go for a complete opposite look of that that you normally use. Unless you happen to wear red lipstick, bright blue nail varnish and black eyeliner on a regular basis, then leave the drama behind!

4.Your base

Your makeup look begins beneath your foundation. Pluck, Prime and Conceal, ensuring a perfect canvas for your first-date look. If your skin is prone to shine, then use an oil-free primer. A good lip balm is essential – I'm a big fan of Lucas PawPaw and always have a tube of it in my handbag: once applied rub a cotton bud over your lips as this will help massage it in.

5. Go easy on the perfume

While you definitely do want to make sure you smell good for your first date, try not to overload yourself. Spray into the air and 'walk into it', this will allow the scent to lightly fall on you rather than liberally spritzing neck, wrists and décolletage etc. You probably won't really know what types of scents your date finds attractive and if you happen to choose one that doesn't appeal to him and you smell like you've marinated yourself in the stuff, then this could really impact how long he wants to stay near you! Quick end to a potentially good date!

All you need is to be yourself. If you look good, you'll feel great and that's what's important.