I was going to a party in the beginning on June when the weather was still barable.
I started with a Bliss Oxygen Mask to prepaire my skin and then used SKII moisturizers and Clinique Eyecream.
Using my Make Up For Ever, HD Primer in 001 Neutral as a primer keeps the makeup stay pretty all night! Over this I used half a pump of Make Up For Ever, HD Foundation in 155, I applied this only around the hairline (blending very very well into the hairline) and jawline, this slims the face and on the centre of my face I used half a pump of the Make Up For Ever, HD Foundation in 140 Soft Beige.
Under my eyes I patted some MUFE lift concealer. This all means you look like you’re lit from within and it helps with the contouring. I then used the stapling brush (Sephora) to blend Chanel – Bronze Universel under my cheekbones and blending this into the hairline. Because I want to look non shiney I used Laura Mercier – Lanslucent Loose Setting Powder and a velours puff. I then used a Smashbox contouring powder and my Illamasqua – Highlighter brush to contour under my cheekbones and on the temples and on my jawline. To blend this out and make it look more natural I used a L’Oreal Tru Match Foundation powder and a huge Illamasqua – Powder brush to blend this into the rest of the makeup.
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I used my Urban Decay – Eyeshadow Primer Potion on my lids only and blended this up and out. I used a little MAC Painterly under my brows to make the skin look even. I then used all MAC shadows starting with Brule to start over the entire eye. This gives everything a blendable base. I then took Ricepaper on the inner corner and under the highest part of the brow. I then used Wedge on the lid (keeping the inner corner “bare”) and then also going under the lower lashline. Next up was Cork with an angled brush to deepen the crease and blended everything out to a “wing” with a MAC 217 – blending brush. Then I took the same angled brush and Brun to deepen the crease, wing and emphasise the lashlines. I then took the darkest colour called Carbon to the crease and lower lashline again. This means you deepen the colour slowly and then blend it more and more because this means it stays on perfectly. I then used Clinique black liner to create a VERY THIN line to hide the lashband. I then used Zero pencil by Urban Decay on the waterlines. To finish it I used these amazing lashes by Ardell.
and Rimmel Sexy Curves mascara on top and bottom lashes.
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As you can see the makeup stands and falls with blending!!
On my lips I’m wearing a PINK Gosh lipliner and a Dior Lipgloss.