Friday, 25 March 2016

My Everyday Make Up

Happy Easter Everyone. Hope you all have some nice plans. I am back to work Tuesday after a great week off.

Almost everyday I get asked about my everyday Makeup so I said I would pop it into a blogpost!         I start off with my Skincare regime, and I leave my moisturiser to soak in for a few minutes. 
I probably should but I don't wear a primer everyday, and I don't plan on starting either as my makeup stays quiet well all day without one, but I do believe this is because of the skincare regime that I have. 

I start off with the ArtDeco no3, Camoflage cream under my eyes to brighten them up. You really need to warm it up on the back of your hand first as it is quiet thick. I will also use this over any blemishes I have, after I've applied the green concealer. 

Next I apply the ArtDeco High Defintion Foundation in Shade 06. This gives a Matt finish without being drying on the skin. It doesn't have SPF, so is also perfect for night time. It retails at €33.70. I've tried a lot of foundations but this has to be one of my favourites. It's full coverage but it doesn't have that caked look. 

I apply shade 07 ArtDeco Blusher on the apples of my cheeks just to add a little warmth. For a little highlight I use the Inglot AMC multicolour system highlighting powder on the tops of my cheekbones.
I set it all with the MAC mineralise Skin finish powder. I use the darker shade of the Smashbox Eyebrow powder palette. I don't use the wax unless I'm going for a really defined eyebrow. 

Last but not least I pop a bit mascara on my lashes to give them colour and length. For this post I chose the Urban Decay Perversion Mascara, this would be one of my favourites. 



                                  
That is just a quick run through of my everyday Makeup, if you have any questions, you can ask me on any of my social media. Don't forget to pop over to my Snapchat : orls29, for more on my everyday life. 

Hope you all have a lovely weekend,

Orla
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