I’m back today with my everyday makeup for this new year. I’ve been loving this look for work and everyday. It’s super simple, and using natural colors to make any eye color pop. As for the face, I’m using some new products that I am IN LOVE with!
Let’s jump in.
Okay, so, as always, I start out with my eyebrows. I’m just going to fill them in as usual with my Anastasia brow wiz.
Now I’m going to take the Bobbi Brown Cream Shadow in Sandy Gold to prime my eyes. This is essentially the same as a MAC paint pot. It’s a cream-based primer with a gold sheen to it that adds a warmth to the shadows i’ll be adding later.
Now I’m going to use my Too Faced “All of my Favorite Things Palette” that I got for Christmas. I’m going to use a fluffy angled brush and the color “Cream Colored Ponies” under my brow.
Now, with the same brush, I’m going to take “Snowflakes”, a shimmery warm white, and apply this in my inner corner.
Now I want to warm up the crease before adding my defining shade. I’m going to take “Chocolate Milk” and a fluffy blending brush and swirl this through the crease. This is also going to make blending much easier.
Now I’m going to apply “Honey Honey” to my lid with a flat shader brush.
Now I want a dark but shimmery brown for the outer corner and crease. The dark brown will still give me the definition I want, but the shimmer will make it less harsh. I’m going to mis “Crisp Apple Strudel” and “Dark Chocolate” with a fluffy crease brush.
Then I just blended the outer edges of the color.
Now I’m going to line my eyes with the L’Oreal Super Slim Liquid Liner in Black.
Now apply your favorite black mascara. I used the Sephora Outrageous Volume mascara.
Now moving on to the skin.
I’m going to use the Kat Von D Lock It Tattoo Foundation in the lightest shade (Pale People Problems ) and dot that all over my skin, then blend it in with the Real Techniques Angled Kabuki Brush.
This foundation has AMAZING coverage. I mean, it’s crazy. It’s also super long wearinng. But don’t worry, I’ll do a full review on it.
Now I’m using the Covergirl + Olay concealer for under my eyes.
Now I’m using the Clinique Transparency powder in the lightest shade, which, oddly enough, is number eight. What?
For bronzer, I’m heading back to that Too Faced Palette to use the Chocolate Soleil Bronzer in the bottom half of the palette.
To contour my cheeks and nose, I’m using Hoolah Bronzer by benefit, which has an ashier tone.
Now for blush, I’m taking Sin from my NARS One Night Stand blush Palette, a rose shade with cold flecks, and then I’m using the highlighter from the same palette.
Now I’m going to use the NYX butter gloss in Creme Brulee, a peachy nude. Then I’m adding a bit more mascara. And yes, I changed clothes. I don’t like to put my foundation on in the clothes I’ll be wearing for the day, just incase.
All done! I hope you enjoyed this post! Comment any requests, as always, and let me know if you liked it!