Saturday, 11 January 2014

WOMF: Saturday Makeup

This was my quick Saturday makeup so nothing too fancy but I think it's a really simple, pretty look to do.

So, whats on my Face?

Foundation: L'oreal Nude Magique Eau De Teint - I'm still really loving this foundation as it's an absolute treat to work with and I have no problems with it at all! I also love how flawless it makes the skin look!

Eyeliner: Collection Fastliner - I haven't gone for a lot of eyeliner, if I wanted to make the look a bit more glam then I would of added a cat flick. This eyeliner is really easy to use it just doesn't always last all day on the eyes which is sometimes a pain.

Blush: Sleek Blush by 3 in 'Pink Spirit' - I used the shade 'Pink Ice' which has been a real fave of mine at the moment, as you can see it doesn't look as scary on the face as it does in the palette!

Mascara: Clinique High Impact Extreme Volume Mascara - This mascara works really well to build the lashes and add volume without become too spidery. 

Eyeshadow - Tom Ford Ombre Eye Colour in 'In The Pink' - Ah this eyeshadow trio is so dreamy. Three pretty shades of pink that look so gorgeous on. This has to be my favourite eyeshadow at the moment, I can't get enough of it!

Lips: Clinique Chubby Stick in 'Whole Lotta Honey' over Baby Lips 'Pink Punch' - I love applying by chubbys over my babylips to add extra moisture and to mess around with the colours. I love the combination of the two to create a pretty, natural pink lip.

Brows - Superfine liner for brows in 'soft brown' - I haven't used pencil for ages so it was nice to use pencil today, I find it so much quicker!

Lashes: This lashes cost me 50p from Wilko's - cheap as chips. I didn't think they would be that great as they were so cheap but it turns out they're so good. They're the quickest lashes I've ever applied and feel so light and natural on. These are they're 'glamour' lashes but I also picked up a pair of they're 'long' lashes so I'm going to give them a try soon.

Faith x



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