One of my favorites is the ELF Kabuki Brush. SOO soft & fluffy and only $6 at Target or online!
Some other great ones are Real Technique’s Powder Brush (sold at Ulta, Walgreens or Walmart), Revlon Kabuki (sold at walmart) or MAC 182 or 134.
If you cant find it within a few days that you asked it then most likely not :(
I get quite a lot of questions daily so unfortunately I cant answer all of my questions I’m sorry! I do try to answer at least a few a day.
The RiRi Hearts Mac collection coming in the Fall :O
I had pretty bad acne growing up as well so I definitely know what youre going through.
I have a whole post about a good skin care routine & how I treat my acne here :)
If you have severe acne maybe consider birth control pills! Birth control pills can work with your hormones to produce less sebum to clog the pores which is what causes acne. If you do consider birth control make sure to tell your doctor you want it for skin clearing purposes so they can recommend the right one :)
“The most beautiful makeup of a woman is passion. But cosmetics are easier to buy.”
Personally I’d say yes! Nars Laguna is an awesome bronzer you can apply a little for a light bronze look or apply more and it will get darker without looking crazy. This bronzer works for a wide range of skin tones because one layer will give you a light color for lighter skin tone but you can add more to make it darker for more tan skin tones. I also love how it has a slight shimmer but it won’t look shimmery or glittery on your face.
Since you don’t wear bronzer try starting out with the Physicians Formula Bronzer in Bronze Booster (comes in two shades light/medium or medium/dark). This is a FAB drugstore bronzer I love it!
Foundation first! Use a light layer of foundation then use concealer to cover up anything your foundation didnt cover. This way you arent applying more makeup than you need. If you apply concealer first you might wipe it away once you put the foundation on and then use even more foundation :)
Well there are two different kinds of highlighting. One is not the best for oily skin and one is perfectly fine for oily skin :)
One way of highlighting is using a shimmery, glowy product on your cheek bones to make your face look dewy and moisturized, this isnt the best for oily skin because youre adding shine to your face which can make you look more oily.
The other kind of highlighting is using a concealer or foundation lighter than your skin tone to highlight under your eyes & such which is fine for oily skin! This form of highlighting brightens up the face.
Highlighting using a shimmery powder, cream or liquid on the cheek bones
Highlighting using a pale concealer or foundation under the eyes, down the bridge of the nose and on the forehead. This is a more dramatic way of highlighting most people just highlight under their eyes with a light concealer for an every day look.
Hi makeup lovers I’m doing a giveaway of some makeup I never use. Keep in mind they are gently used and used a few times or less. I will sanitize them with a light alcohol spray! I just thought it’d be better for someone else to put the products to use and not have them just laying around going to waste. I am sending them off to a better home. :)
Products in the giveaway:
- MAC blush in Pinch O Peach (medium pink)
- MAC blush in Style (peach with gold shimmer)
- MAC Pro Longwear blush in Stay Pretty (light pink)
- MAC Extra Dimension blush in At Dusk (muted pink)
- The Balm Sexy Mama Translucent powder
- Too Faced Natural Eye Palette
- Custom Inglot Trio
- MAC Extra Dimension eyeshadow in Sweet Heat (limited edition)
- Must be following www.makeuploversunite.tumblr.com
- Must be 18 years + or have parent permission
- International giveaway!
- Ends August 10th, 2013
- Can reblog up to 10 times, one reblog is one entry!
Good luck my loves!