Spring Pink Makeup Tutorial

Hello everyone! How you all doing? Hope you guys are as fabulous as you look (excuse the cheesiness).
I decided to try filming a tutorial, however I think 'tutorial' isn't the best word cause I'm pretty much just doing my makeup in front of a camera. This is my first time filming one of these, and although it's not the best, I'm happy with it.
Just to put it out there, this tutorial isn't designed to offend anyone as it's just a way for me to show you how I'm liking my makeup at the moment.
I've decided to also do a step-by-step instruction in case you prefer to read than watch :P
I hope you guys enjoy and I'll talk to you fabulous people soon :)

Covergirl Invisible Concealer - http://bit.ly/2eNahed
Maybelline Fit Me! Concealer - http://bit.ly/1m2zFk4
Maybelline Fit Me! Matte + Poreless Foundation - http://bit.ly/2dQg6fu
Maybelline Dream Sun Bronzing Powder
Rimmel Kate Moss Sculpting Palette - http://bit.ly/2fphohV
Natio Blusher - http://bit.ly/2fpkkLe
Rimmel Brow This Way - http://bit.ly/2eFcxrF
Loreal La Palette Nude - http://bit.ly/2eRLGIy
Urban Decay Naked 3 - http://seph.me/19WS5Gf
Maybelline Lash Sensational - http://bit.ly/2egorI6
Maybelline Vivid Matte Liquid - http://bit.ly/2etI52Q
7 Piece Brush Set by DB - http://bit.ly/2f1YA8n
Nude by Nature Concealer Brush - http://bit.ly/2fKE7Be
Nude by Nature Mineral Brush - http://bit.ly/2fGrV5B
Nude by Nature Blending Brush - http://bit.ly/2eRIEE5

Firstly, I concealed my face with the Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in Light and the Covergirl Invisible Concealer in Light. I put it everywhere I felt like I needed it; under the eyes, over spots and across my nose with the Nude by Nature Concealer Brush.

Next, I used the Maybelline Fit Me! Matte + Poreless Foundation in Ivory with the DB Buffing Brush. I put it all over my face to even the colouring in my face. This foundation is very matte and can look powdery or cakey, so to avoid that I use my Nude by Nature Mineral Brush to dust off all the excess powder.

I use a DB Contouring Brush to bronze my face with the Maybelline Dream Sun Bronzing Powder on my cheeks and on my T- zone.

Next up, I use the Rimmel Kate Moss Sculpting Palette in Coral Glow and take the contour colour and define my cheekbones a bit with it.

The blusher I've been using lately is the Natio Blusher in Peach Glow. I use that across my cheekbones.

I use the Rimmel Brow This Way and use the gel side and brush it through my eyebrows to fill them a little. At the moment, I'm not that into a full, thick brow but that doesn't mean you don't have to do it as I think this look will also look cute with one.

For eyeshadow, I am using Loreal La Palette Nude in Rose and the Urban Decay Naked 3 palette. I start off with the bright peach-pink colour from the Loreal palette and pack that all over the lid.

Next, I use the shade Buzz from the Naked 3 palette and swirl that around my upper eyelid as a transition colour with the DB Eyeshadow Brush.

Blending time! I blend with the colours together with the Nude by Nature Blending Brush.

I use the colour Factorie from the Naked palette and pack that on the outer corner of my eyelid.

Blending, blending, blending.

Back to the Loreal palette, I used the shimmery white colour and pack that from the inner corner of my eye to the middle of my lid, where it meets the other pinky colours.

I used the shade Blackheart from the Naked palette and lined my crease with it to define the shape of my eyes a bit and to put a bit of emphasis on it. 

I used the Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara and lightly put it on. I used minimal mascara in this because I was having a lazy day and the waterproof one is a tad hard to get off :P But feel free to pack as much on as you'd like.

I went back to the Rimmel Sculpting Palette and took the highlighter across my cheekbones with my finger. I used my finger as I currently don't have a proper highlighting brush and it does a lot of the blending I usually do later as I'm doing it.

Lastly, I used the Maybelline Vivid Matte Liquid for my lips and then it's all done.

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