How was the start of your week? Remember I told you that it was my youngest sister’s 6th grade graduation last Saturday? Well, I did her makeup. And for this post, I would actually share with you the makeup look I came up with perfect for a graduation ceremony considering the fact that it’s for a kid. So, should we start now?
Face: SanSan Foundation Cream | Snoe Fresh Custard Body and Face Powder in Nectarine Ginger Tea | NYC Cheek Glow Powder Blush in West Side Wine
Eyes: SanSan Kohl Eyeliner in Black | SanSan Waterproof Eyeliner Pen in Black | Clinique Colour Surge Eyeshadow Duo in Rosewine | Rimmel Colour Rush Trio Eyeshadow in Orion | Maybelline The Falsies Volum Express Waterproof in Brownish Black
Lips: Lip Ice Lip Balm in Orange Mandarin | Beauty Treats Color Impact Lipstick in Summer
How I did it:
Using the sponge included in it, I applied the SanSan Foundation Cream equally all over her face and then used the Snoe Fresh Custard Body and Face Powder to set the foundation. I need not to use a concealer since Christine’s face is really young and still flawless.
For her eyes, I used the SanSan Kohl Eyeliner in Black to fill in her brows lightly. For the eyeshadow, I used first the lighter shade on the Clinique Colour Surge Eyeshadow Duo in Rosewine for her lids and then the darker shade for her crease and outer v. For her brow bone and inner corners of her eyes, I used the white shade from the Rimmel Colour Rush Trio Eyeshadow in Orion. Then, I used the SanSan Waterproof Eyeliner Pen in Black to give her eyes its wings as per her request. She thinks it makes her look Japanese. Hahaha! Then, I lined her waterline with the use of my SanSan Kohl Eyeliner in Black again. For the lashes, of course, I used my ever so loved Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler and the Maybelline The Falsies Volum Express Waterproof in Brownish Black.
For her blush, I applied the NYC Cheek Glow Powder Blush in West Side Wine on the apples of her cheeks and then for the lips, I applied first the Lip Ice Lip Balm in Orange Mandarin then topped it with the Beauty Treats Color Impact Lipstick in Summer. Now to make the lip color more subtle, natural and a bit matte, I asked her to lip bite a piece of tissue and voila! It looks so pretty on her.
This is a beautiful and subtle look for my young sister on her 6th grade graduation. Unlike some of her classmates who kind of look older because of their makeup, I believe it’s better to stick to a light look and just bring out the beauty and youthful glow of a 12 year old kid. Isn’t that way better?
So, next, I might post my own makeup look on my sister’s graduation day as well so stay tuned for that and oh, I took a few outfit post shots of my sister. I would just want to share ‘em with you. Enjoy!