Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Eyes and Lips Makeup Routine








This is absolutely one of my favorite shoots I've ever done! Probably because I got to just wear my pajamas and let's face it, that is my absolute favorite outfit ever!! I'm going to break down, and link, all of the makeup I use on a daily basis, for my eyes and lips! If y'all would like for me to do a video of me actually applying my makeup, kind of like a tutorial, let me know!! 

Eyes:

I start off by applying either one of these to my eyes. I honestly go back and forth all the time. The Mary Kay gives a little bit of color and shimmer, so sometimes I just wear this. It's so easy and it will not budge!! So Urban Decay changed the packaging of their primer a couple of months ago, and it kinda (sorry for using this word) sucks now. I honestly think they will go back to how it was! But the old tube, is amazing and just evens out the eye area and helps your shadow to look more vibrant and stay all day without creasing!

This is hard to narrow down eyeshadows because I have so many amazing pallets! I will say that 90% of the time I use my Urban Decay Naked Pallet, and I use "Half Baked" and "Smog." Now that my half baked is almost gone I have been using this new Makeup Forever pallet and I love it! The pigment is beautiful and the shadows go on so smooth! 

EyelinerKat Von DMarc JacobsStila
If you want an amazing liquid eyeliner, Stila and Kat Von D are the best! They are so rich in color and easy to use, especially if you are trying to make a winged eyeliner look! If you want more of a pencil eyeliner, the Marc Jacobs Gel pencil is the BOMB.COM! Once it drys down, it will NOT budge!! The BEST!! 

MascaraDiorUrban DecayTarteToo Faced
These are all of my favorite mascara's! I honestly couldn't choose just one! I would say Too Faced and Tarte are probably my hands down favorites however! 

Lips:

This is a list of my go-to lipsticks, lipgloss, etc.






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