When I go out of a night time (it’s a rarity) I can really end up with any makeup.. super full glam with glitter or a more natural look. The look I’m sharing with you today is kind of in between. I decided to post this as I thought it might appeal to quite a few people since it’s not too much but not too little! I hope you enjoy.
Step one – Base:
You may have noticed that in my recent ‘makeup look’ posts, I’ve skipped primer. I much prefer using the Nivea Soft Moisturiser at the moment. Once this was soaked in, I applied the Dior Forever Foundation (£35) and I buffed this in using the Real Techniques buffer brush.
Step two – Eyes:
I applied my eyebrows using the Anastasia Beverly Hills dipbrow pomade (£15) in the shade medium brown. For this I used the Eco Tools eyeliner brush. I set them using Rimmel brow this way (£4.49). I applied the Collection lasting perfection concealer (£4.19) on my eyelid and blended this out with the Real Techniques pointed foundation brush. Next I went into the Morphe Bronzed Mocha palette (£19) and set the concealer with the shade labelled 1A on a Morphe s27 brush. With the same brush I buffed the shade 1C in my crease. Next I added 2A in my crease and on the outer and inner portions of my eye to create a kind of spotlight effect. I then went into the Zoeva Cocoa Blend palette (£18) and added beans are white on the outer v on my lid and the lower lash line. I used a Morphe pencil brush for this. I then dipped back into the Morphe palette and added the shade 3B on the centre of my lid using my finger.
Once I was happy with my eyeshadow I applied the George Glamour’Eyes liquid eyeliner (£2.75). This eyeliner is my ultimate favourite at the moment, you can pick it up from Asda super markets in the George section and it is so easy to use and the perfect matte black.
I applied Maybelline great lash mascara (£5.99) on my upper lashes. Then I added the Eyeronic lashes in the style Ariel (£9.50).
Step three – Finishing:
I applied Mac Pro Long wear concealer (£18) under my eyes to highlight and conceal. I used the Real Techniques pointed foundation brush for this. I set my face using the Rimmel Stay Matte powder (£3.99) on a Morphe big fluffy brush. Next I went in with the L’oreal Bronze duo bronzer (£10) on a Morphe s13 brush. I then added the Milani baked blush in the shade Luminoso, on a Real Techniques contour brush. Next I took a Morphe s26 brush and applied Laura Geller baked gelato swirl highlight in the shade charming pink (£21). I sprayed my whole face with the Superdrug Vitamin E mist (£2.99) to make my makeup look more natural on the skin.
Finally I added Mac Amplified lipstick in the shade Vegas Volt (£16.50)
That’s it! Hope you like the finished look.