We all have such busy lives and sometimes it may feel like there is just not enough time in the day. But taking a few minutes to ourselves to get ready will leave you prepared to tackle day.
I showed you this neutral makeup palette early this winter, and you’ve been asking for a tutorial to use it ever since. So in this Facebook Live we are going to get ready together as I do a full-face makeup tutorial with a fantastic summer foundation, and my secret to crease-free eyeshadow. This is a great, everyday neutral eye look that enhances your natural features, and then you can pair it with a bold lip or a neutral lip as it suits your mood.
As the weather heats up, I prefer a more natural look. This neutral palette will make a huge difference while letting you shine through. It takes me about 7 minutes to do this look when I’m not talking to the camera, so don’t be intimidated by the length of the video.
Check out the links to all the products I mention, right under the video. I can’t wait to hear what you think! Even though you didn’t catch me live, you can join the conversation in the comments below.
Here are the products in the videos:
Senegence Shadowsense Sandstone Pearl (I think it comes in a shimmery version too if you want)
Mac Lipstick I used as a blush in color Rebel
Urban Decay Naked Basics 2 (also available in stores).
The eyeliner I prefer (don’t use the one I had today): Smashbox Always Sharp Waterproof Eyeliner in Raven
Urban Decay Subversion Eyelash Primer
Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
And the waterproof version if you want to try that.
Urban Decay Perversion (the second mascara I used, but you can use anything)
Stila Huge extreme Lash Mascara is my favorite to use as a top layer mascara.
If you want a drug store version try this mascara.
And this drug store primer.
Lipsense Pink Champagne as a base color and Kiss for a Cause is the bold pink.
Pump bottle for witch hazel or any other liquid.
My favorite basic eye shadow brushes:
Sigma E60 brush for covering the whole lid.
Sigma E38 for crease. I have a few of these, and it would replace the Maskcara brand brush.
Sigma E55 for applying the Shadowsense
Sigma E34 for the corners
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