Friday, June 17, 2011

FOTD: Keeping it Simple with a Glam

This is the look I had when I attended the DLSU Centennial. It is just a simple fresh look; but I added a liquid eyeliner as an accent so that it would still say: "I'm glamorous; but  I still keep it simple."



- Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup (Honey Beige)
- Wish Pressed Powder (Beige)
- Clinique Pressed Powder Bronzer (True Bronze)
- Nichido Powder Blush (Cool Rum)


- Love & Beauty Smokey Palette (Light Brown, Dark Brown and White Shades)
- Wet N Wild Color Icon Brow and Eyeliner Pencil
- Maybelline Full N Soft Mascara
- Kawaii Liquid Eyeliner


- Watsons Soothing Lip Balm (Raspberry)
- NYX Round Lipstick (Fig)


First, I applied the Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup (Honey Beige) using my Marionnaud N33 Fluid Foundation Brush. To set the foundation, I applied the Wish Pressed Powder (Beige) using my ELF Total Face Brush. 

For the eyes, I used the Wet N Wild Color Icon Brow and Eyeliner on my brows and half way on my waterline. I, then, applied the lighter brown shade on my lids, darker brown on my crease and then the white to highlight my brows. I used the Kawaii LIquid Eyeliner to line my lids and put a little oriental accent at the end. For my lashes, I just used the Maybelline Full N Soft Mascara for a more natural looking lashes. 

On to my lips, I used a Watsons Soothing Lip Balm in Rasperry and then applied the NYX Round lipstick in Fig. 

Countouring time! I used Clinique Pressed Powder Bronzer (True Bronze) to create a line on each side of my nose starting from my brow and ending on the side of my nostrils. I blended them a bit so as to look natural and then I applied the white shade of the Love & Beauty Smokey Palette to accentuate and draw attention to the slimmer part of my nose.

For the last touches, I applied the Nichido Powder Blush (Cool Rum) on my cheekbone blending it slantly upwards and then I applied again the Wish Pressed Powder to set the whole look together.

Tell me if you loved this look or if you tried it, do show it to me. ;)

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