Hey there lovelies,
now I haven’t done a make up look in what feels like ages even though those type of posts used to be one of my favorite ones to do. I’ve basically been doing the same look for a while now using pretty much the same products, so I figured why not just blog it. Since it’s an every day look it’s super easy and simple. As always I hope you like it and I would love to hear your thoughts.
My beloved Diorskin Star foundation, Collection 2000 lasting Perfection Concealer and as always my Mac Mineralize Skinfinish powder. I don’t always contour (hardly ever tbh) but when I do I use my NYX powder blush in Taupe just in the hollows of my cheeks and along my temples. As for blush I like to mix it up but I’ve loved using the blushes from my Sleek Blush by 3 palette in Lace ( especially the middle one). To add a bit of shimmer I like to use my Mac Soft & Gentle highlighter.
For the entire eye look all I use is my Make Up Revolution Matte Essentials palette. I use the 4th shade from the left all over my lid. I then take a pencil brush and apply the taupe looking shade along my outer V, my crease and halfway along my waterline and then I blend blend blend. Next up I apply the lightest shade all the way to the left along my brow bone.
I’m a lover of eyeliner and I hardly ever leave the house without eyeliner. I don’t know what it is about drawing a black line across my lid that makes me feel so much better about myself but it does so whatever. Anyway.. for my winged eyeliner I use the Maybelline Master Precise liquid eyeliner when I’m in a rush or just can’t be bothered. If I have some time I use my Bobbi Brown Gel Liner. To finish off the look I apply some mascara. Lately I’ve only been using my Maybelline The Lash Sensational mascara. Oh, I almost forgot the brows. All I do is apply a bit of my Maybelline Brow Drama and that’s it really.
This is the easiest step. All I do is apply a lip balm to moisturize my lips before I go in with my Maybelline Super Stay Lipliner in the shade 41 Rosewood.
And that’s it already. I’d love to hear what you think!
Thanks for reading!