My Everyday Makeup

Let me just say, how excited I am, for this is my 100th post (cheers). I wanted to make this post based on the amount of questions I’ve received pertaining to my everyday face. My everyday makeup has been consistent for the past 3 months.

During the Spring and Summer, I like to keep my makeup to a minimal: black liner, lipstick, blush, and a dust of powder. Furthermore, I like my routine 10 minutes or less, as I am always on the go, and don’t have the time.

Prior to applying my makeup, I like to moisturize my face with Ambi Essentials Daily Moisturizer.This is by far my favorite moisturizer, for it is light on the skin, oil-free, and protects my skin from the sun’s harsh rays with an SPF of 15. After applying my moisturizer, I like to do my cat-eye (black gel liner), at the moment I’m using Elf’s gel liner. Although, this gel liner runs like crazy throughout the day, it gets the job done. Next, I like to conceal any old acne scars, or discoloration with my L’Oreal True Match Concealer. The last steps are applying blush, lipstick, and my Black Opal Deluxe Finishing Powder to set my face (great for my oily t-zone). My lipstick and blush are reflected by my mood, consequently changing on a daily basis. However, I’ve been reaching for my Nars Dolce Vita blush more often. It just gives a nice natural flush of color to my NC50 complexion. And this completes my everyday makeup! Feel free to list some of your everyday makeup products 😉


14 Replies to “My Everyday Makeup”

  1. Just checking back for any new posts you may have written.
    I’ve been a follower on your blog for a while now and would like to invite you to visit and perhaps follow me back. Sorry I took so long for the invitation.

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