Meet My Five Step Make Up Look

Time to meet and greet the products I am currently loving. 

When we moved out of our flat I packed all my make up away to go into storage apart from what was in my make up bag at the time, so for about 2 months I have just been using the same products every time I wear make up.

Eylure Brow Pomade|Illamasqua Skin Base|Illamasqua Complement Palette|No7 Skin Illuminator|Illasmasqua Hollow.

If you’re a frequent reader some of these products will come as no surprise because they are nearly always constantly in my make up looks – but at least that means you know I really do love them!

    Cruelty Free base products for pale skin

Base wise I have been loving how glowing the No7 Skin Illuminator is, it’s the perfect pick me up as we go into the colder months as my skin can get a little dull, I apply it underneath my foundation to give that ‘lit from within’ look. The Illamasqua Skin Base is hands down the best! I buff it into my cheeks with a Real Techniques Buffing Brush, and then upwards but I concentrate on the redness under my cheekbones so it doesn’t cover my freckles. Concealer wise I am still using the LA Girl Pro Conceal as it brighten up my under eyes without being too heavy.

Simple Three Step Eye Look     Cruelty Free Pale Skin Blogger

Not having all my palettes has meant I’ve had to adjust from having bronzed smokey eyes to a more paired back look but I am loving it. I obviously didn’t put Illamasqua Hollow into storage so I started with that as a base and then worked Slink into the crease with a big fluffy brush, it’s such a stunning champagne and gold shade it’s like the powder version of the Skin Illuminator. This palette is discontinued – cry, however you can purchase it as an individual shadow. I’ve not worn eyeliner for ages but to blend in my individual lashes I’ve been smudging a thin line of Eylure Brow Pomade onto my lash line before applying my lashes. The few times I’ve been needing slightly more make up I took the darker eyeshadows in the palette onto my lash line and crease to get a smokier look.

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