Jun 12, 2012
Highschool becomes a teen girls makeup playground. You can try new and interesting tings, developing you own indivual style. My routine is acorrdining to my favourite feature. My eyes!
This is how it goes.
I always give my skin a good clean and moisturise. Something that I never go without doing. I use Avon True Luminous oil control makeup base. Then using a foundatin brush I apply Avon Beyond Colour Perfection Foundation to even out my skin tone and I blend in Cover Girl Smoother Foundation to contour my cheek bones. I line my top water line with Avon Glimmerstick Eyeliner to make my eye lashes appear longer and I wing it out and join it to my bottom lash line. It use Super Extend Macara to cover my lashes. For my lips I want to keep it simple because I have the focus in my eyes so I use Napoleon Perdis Peach Lip Gloss for a subtle shimmery shine.
My hair is usually loose waves that I do the night before, I don't use heat or curlers but it twist my hair isections the night before and when I take them out the are an abundance of volumious curls!
I'd love to hear you morning routine!
I moisturize my face, using clinique dramatically different moisturizing lotion, then i use clarins ever matte foundation and mac select cover up concealer, and the i do a simple smokey eye with eyeliner on the top lashline, mascara, an mac tenderling blush:)
Moisturize my face, Dream Matte Mousse from Mabelline, blush from Make Up Store in must have, lipstick from mac in hue and lipstick from Rimmel in 13 and the last lipstick from Mabelline in 112:)
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Aug 25, 2012
Step one: prep. I use No7 Pore Refining serum, followed by Neutrogena pink grapefruit moisturiser then Balance Me eye cream. I'm still trying to figure out the best products to use, but this is what I do for now.
Step two: base. Lately, my skin has been behaving so I've completely skipped foundation. I use Benefit That Gal primer to keep my skin smooth and bright, and use Collection 2000 (now renamed Collection Cosmetics) Lasting Perfection concealer in the shade 03: Medium. Then I set with Bourjois Healthy Balance unifying powder in the shade 52: Vanille. This powder is so fine and light that you can go a shade lighter or darker without any noticeable difference.
Step three: colour. Blush and bronzer is a must to an everyday, healthy and natural look. My go to bronzer is Too Faced Chocolate Soleil bronzer. For blush, I change up depending on what I'm wearing. It's one of three Benefit box-powders: Coralista, Thrrrob (now discontinued) or Dandelion.
Step four: eyes. I use three eyeshadows every day in the most subtle way possible, to add subtle definition and depth to my eyes, and they'e all from MAC. Era is used for my eyebrows (just to shade them in very slightly) and for my upper lash line and the outer third of my lower lash line. Satin Taupe is used for the outer two thirds of my upper lash line, and Copperplate for the outer third. This gives a soft gradient effect and doesn't close up my eyes at all. Then of course, my Bourjois Volume Glamour mascara. I rotate the original formula and the Ultra Curl one, depending on what I grab first.
Step five: the finishing touch. A quick spray of something (whether it be Avene Eau Thermale, MAC Fix + or Urban Decay All Nighter setting spray) for a very natural finish and one of two lipsticks: MAC Fast Play or Chanel Rouge Coco Shine in 54: Boy.
I've timed myself and I can do the whole look in just under five minutes, and it's fantastic for so many occasions: everyday, school, work, interviews, lunch dates, anything. Plus, my boyfriend loves how low-maintenance it is. :P
I keep mine simple on busy days: Moisturizer, eyeliner & Carmex. If i have time, i'll put on my favorite mascara & blush. On weekends & going out w/my hubby, i'll use a natural looking foundation w/minimal coverage.
My daily makeup routine has been severely shortened after I was in a car accident. I cover spots and use foundation in my t-zone then powder. Highlight, bronzer, blush. Eyeshadow & mascara and usually just some Chapstick
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