Monday, 8 April 2013

Everyday Makeup

Well we’ve done the hair so it was only natural to move onto the face, so lets have a little look at what I like to slap on my mush on an everyday basis:



Start off with some concealer, I use Rimmel 02 Sand (i've applied moisturiser before this , check out my review of it here)




I don’t wear a liquid foundation, only powder, so next it Revlon’s 01 Fair Clair, applied using a foundation brush.  I did used to wear a bigger brush than this but I found that most of the powder seems to rub off easily as there is just too much applied, I just don’t like it when there is obvious foundation on someones face, that just my preference.

 

Next I apply my Rimmel Blusher in 20 Pink Rose, using my good old faithful blusher brush.



 I don’t wear lipstick normally unless it’s a special occasion, but tend to stick to lip balm, this one to be exact (Vaseline, Rosy Lips):



Eyeliner is essential, I stick with Rimmel in 001 100% Black because I like the brush (it’s more like a felt nib), and stays on quite well.  I have tried other eyeliners in the past that seem to sting my eyes, not good!

 

Finally, I apply Mascara.  I use Rimmel in 001 Black.  I have I guess relatively long eyelashes, so I have never worn false ones, so I just stick to this mascara and it seems to do the job.

 

And that good people is it, it doesn’t seem like that much actually, I’m not really a fan of looking over done.  I honestly think I would rather look like my skin is not perfect than look like I have applied my makeup with a trowel.  But like I said, that’s just my preference, everybody is different.



Got any makeup tips you would like to share?  I would love to hear them!



Buh Bye,


15 comments:

  1. This is very similar to my every day make up look.. just different products :)

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  2. I really want to try the Revlon Nearly Naked range, I've heard such great things and I just love the packaging on it!

    caperepulchra.blogspot.com xo

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  3. You're basically the spokesperson for Rimmel!! I've always wanted to try the Scandeleyes mascara, the eyeliner is amazing! I like how you keep it quite simple too!

    I would LOVE it if you would check my blog out and maybe even follow too? :D

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  4. I used to be one of those who loved the more is more look back in the day but as I've got older I seem to wear less and less of it and discovered I actually quite like the natural look. Can't resist falsies now and again though.
    Rosalie x
    rosaliejayne.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. Wonderful tips! Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to try out the mascara!

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  6. i really need to try that scandal eyes mascara!!! x

    maybe check my blog out :) : http://soph2381.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. The Rimmel eyeliner is great!

    Emily x
    http://emilyandlife.blogspot.com/

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  8. Aww, I love taking a peek at other bloggers' makeup routines! I've been curious about the Revlon Nearly Naked powder- glad you're liking it! Thanks for the tip about using a smaller brush :)

    -Jen

    www.vibrantbeautyblog.com

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  9. great tips...I need to try that eyeliner

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  10. We've got that same concelaer but aren't really fans of it. Have you checked out our new post yet?

    http://mkstyleramblings.blogspot.com.au

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  11. oh i've been wanting to try out that mascara for a while! x
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  12. the rimmel liquid liner is AMAZING!
    i am obsessed with it
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  13. Lovely post, the Revlon foundation looks great. Love your blog, followed you on GFC and bloglovin :)

    Lucy Loves To Blog

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  14. i absolutely swear by the same liquid liner - dream.

    xx

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