Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Make-Up Of The Day | Beauty

I always want to show how I did my make-up but then again I want to film a full tutorial. But, unfortunately I have no time for filming and editing such a video just now (also no good light and quite space to film etc).
So, I thought I'd at least show some pictures of the make-up and the products I've used.

If you really want a video like this, just let me know and I'll see what I can do.
Also, don't forget to check out THIS video, because it is great!

Sadly, I have to admit that my skin got quite terrible lately and it seems not to get better but worse. My forehead is full with spots, my eyelids, cheeks and nose too. You can also tell I have many dry patches and that the make-up just doesn't look flawless. I don't really know why it happened suddenly but I definitely want to make sure I go to a specialist and stop the development of more spots that will leave behind scars.
For my lashes, I used the new Benefit Roller Lash mascara, which works pretty fine on me. I like that the lashes are separated most of the time and that they are definitely longer. On my lower lashes I used the green Rimmel Scandaleyes mascara, which I'm running out of.

For my base I used the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer, Bourjois Healthy balance unifying powder, the Bourjois Delice de Poudre bronzer and Delice de Poudre Duo highlighter and also the Wet'n'wild rouge powder in Pearlescent Pink.

For the lips I used my Bourjois Rouge Edition Velvet "gloss" in the shade Happy Nude Year.

For my eye shadow I used the Quad palette from Bourjois in 02 Over Rose. I mentioned it quite often already, saying that I like that it isn't too pigmented and for this reason easy to work with. I still am not too happy with how eye shadows turn out on my lids because they hide underneath skin, but sometimes I just like to wear eye shadow instead of eye liner.
To apply the shadows I used my EcoTOOLS Full Eye Shadow brush and the Real Techniques Shading brush.

The products used:

Bourjois Quad in 02 Over Rose and EcoTOOLS and Real Techniques shading brushes.



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