There are some days when I snooze my alarm 3 times & then need to get ready fairly quickly. Those are always the days my skin looks dull. So here is my “no makeup” makeup look….
This look takes about 3 makeup products. It is super easy & super quick.
Step 1: Apply the Maybelline Age Erase Concealer (the one with the sponge on the end) under your eyes, and where you have any blemishes. I use it where i have redness on my nose and right on my chin.
Step 2: I lightly contoured my nose and my jawbone otherwise I look like I’m 7. Then I highlight the inner corner of my eyes, my cheekbones, my browbone, and the tip of my nose. I use the Smashbox 3-Step Contour Kit.
Step 3: Apply the Clinique High Impact mascara to your top lashes (and bottom if you want). I really like to do both because I have no issue with going a lil’ extra with my eyelashes.
Step 4: (optional) Apply the Burt’s Bees Tinted Lip Balm, my favorite color is Red Dahlia.
So I was Pinteresting DIY Lip Scrubs and they all require at least 4 ingredients & a mini mason jar for aesthetic. I really wanted to wear a matte lipstick (colourpop’s ultra blotted lips) the other day and my lips were not prepared.
I found that mixing a little bit of honey and brown sugar does the trick, or even just brown sugar. It’s quick and you probably already have both of those things in your house. I only mixed enough for one use so that I wouldn’t need to store it or anything.
Step 1: I took a dollop of the Formula 10.0.6 Picture Perfect Day Daily Moisturizer with SPY 15 and applied it to my face and neck with my fingers, and let it sink into my skin.
Step 2: I then use the Chapstick Total Hydration in Coconut (& ideally I would use a lip scrub before this)
Step 3: Little bit of Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Concealer under my eyes and tip of my nose (my two places with most discoloration) and blended it in with the orange Real Techniques sponge.
Step 4: The Smashbox 24 Hour Photo Finish Shadow Primer is next. I just use my fingers to apply this to my lids.
Step 5: My Smashbox Contour Kit is next, I apply the left color under my cheekbones, down the bridges of my nose with the brush that the kit comes with, and a little under my jawline with the E.L.F. Kabuki brush. I then use the highlight shade on my cheekbones with the E.L.F. highlighting brush, under my eyebrows, and on the tip of my nose with a dual-ended brush that I got in an ipsy bag once.
Step 6: For this look, I used the Kat Von D Shade + Light Eye palette, I used the redder shades. Ludwin for my base color (applied with my finger) and also used my Bare Minerals blender brush to use it as a transition shade, then I put a little bit of Succubus on a rounded brush (that I found at Marshalls) and blended it into my crease. Then I lightly tapped Sytry with my pointer finger and put in on my outer corners for a little definition. I went back with the blending brush with Ludwin on in and tried to soften it. I used Becca Moonstone for my inner corner (with the ipsy brush)
Step 7: I’m really bad at mascara and decided to go for a really thin, barely-there brown line against my upper eyelashes. I used the Jane Iredale pencil in Basic Brown
Step 8: I recently bought the Clinique High Impact Mascara in black and gave that a shot on my upper and lightly on my lower lashes.
Step 9: Then I applied Colourpop’s Ultra Blotted in Double Scoop onto my lips, I used a q-tip to help with the precision of the line.
** My Shirt is from American Eagle (got in on sale for $9.99) and my bra is a bralette from VS
Step 1: In the Summer I don’t usually wear concealer because my freckles come out and I love to show them, but when I do I either wear the Clinique Line Smoothing concealer or the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind concealer.
Step 2: I’ve been loving Colourpop’s La La Super Shock Shadow. I use my finger to apply this color all over my lid and then blend it out usually using wanderer or force of nature from the Tarte Amazonian Clay Matte palette.
Step 3: I add the Becca Highlighter in Moonstone to my inner corner and blend it a little towards the center of my eyelid. If I’m not feeling the shimmery look I’ll use one of the matte colors from the Tarte palette.
Step 4: I use the Jane Iredale eyeliner in black (because I haven’t sharpened my brown one, yet)
Step 5: I apply the contour color from the Smashbox Step-by-Step Contour Kit under my cheekbone, on the sides of my nose, and I blend it down my neck, too. (I haven’t ever used the bronze color)
Step 6: I apply the highlighter from the same palette and apply it under my browbone (after brushing through my eyebrows with a spooly), on my cheekbones, on the tip of my nose, and on the top of my lip
Step 7: I love the L’oreal Butterfly Mascara, it makes my eyelashes long, not clumpy. I very much like my eyelashes being separated. I apply this to my top and bottom lashes
Step 8: I’ve been in love with the Colourpop Ultra Blotted lip collection. My favorite color in the collection is Zuma (it’s like my lip color but way prettier). These formulas are transfer-proof which is my favorite part, I’ve never been one to wear lip products besides chapstick.