Have you read any book about all things fashion “à la Parisienne” or have seen that look “à la mode” that is so timeless, trendy and at the same time so effortlessly chic that only french women do so well? No worry, if you didn’t! I took inspiration for you and made a video make-up tutorial where natural, radiant skin along with a bright red lip is the key. And yes, I have used many natural make-up products so that all green make-up beauty addicted can recreate it too 🙂
For this look I have used:
Dr.Hauschka Revitalizing day lotion
Ilia beauty liquid vivid foundation
Purobio pressed powder
Ilia beauty Silken shadow stick (eyeshadow)
Sante limited edition Get the glow palette
Sante limited edition Volume overload mascara
Jane Iredale Sugar and butter lip exfoliator
Hiro space balm n.10 (Nova)
Dr.Hauschka lip balm
Zoeva 101 bamboo Face definer make-up brush
Zoeva 142 concealer buffer make-up brush
Zoeva 110 Face shape make-up brush
Dr.Hauschka lip liner n.2
RMS beauty lip2cheek (Beloved)
Lavera eyebrow pencil
Note for all of you asking me about Ilia beauty, RMSbeauty and Hiro in Europe, I shop them in the Amazingy online shop! Always fabulous!
And here is the video tutorial. Leave me a comment here or on any social medias 🙂
All dear beauties out there, I wish you a Happy Happy and Glowing year first!
Next, I want you to give some tips how to get some glow and colour in these winter days when the skin can be a little bit dull at times and show you a few make-up goodies that I tried recently. You know that I love limited editions 😀
I just came across about this lovely limited edition collection called Get the glow from the German brand Sante Naturkosmetik. They did 2 versions in cool and warm undertones of a tinted lip balm and a palette called Illuminating talent that is a multi-use product for contouring, blush and highlighter. You can even use it as an eyeshadow! So I thought it’s a good idea that suits in this time when we look for some more colour and a very handy as well.
Here is a picture of those soft bisque and rose shades from the palette that are so nice for a natural make-up look. The first two shades are matte, those in the middle have a satin finish and the last two, the lightest ones have some delicate shimmer in it since they are designed for giving some highlights on the top of your cheekbones. This palette that I used is called Illuminating talent n.2 Cranberry touch. The rose shades from the middle are great to use as a blush; the lighter for day and the darker for evening time. You can choose between two contouring shades too that are very nice as eyeshadows. Anyhow, I love this palette for its versatility, it’s all about playing with it.
I also find very nice this limited edition Sante mascara Volume overload in black. It does a nice curled shape to the lashes and it separates them without making clumps. I see it very suitable for a day make-up.
On this last picture you can see the swatches of the reviewed Sante Illuminating talent n.2 Cranberry touch and on right the subtle plum shade of the Sante Lip balm Colour kiss in Soft Plum. (Since there wasn’t a sunny daylight you cannot see the subtle shimmer here).
Anyone tried any of these products? Curious to hear from you.