Back-to-School: Easy & Fresh Makeup




It can be frustrating that school is coming back but here’s a way to help get that motivation and make it feel less terrifying to go to school!

1. Conceal The Flaws Ever So Slightly

Apply a BB/ CC Cream, light coverage foundation or simply a concealer to spot conceal your imperfections.

Tip | If you are using a heavy foundation, mix it with moisturizer to sheer out the formula for a more natural looking result.

2. Secure The Makeup

With any setting powder, apply it mainly on the concealer area and the T zone.

Tip | Got oily skin, apply powder all over the face and bring blotting powder to remove excess oil throughout the day.

3. Don’t Forget Them Brows

Brows makes a huge difference to your look! So if needed, fill the brows with light strokes and build up to your liking.

Tip | If you have thin brows, start off by lining the bottom of your brows for a more clean look.

4. Highlight The Brow Bone & Tearduct

I used a white pencil liner to highlight my brow bone and inner corners for more definition and look even brightened up!

Tip | Make sure to blend the pencil liner well for a natural look.

5. Tightline & Apply Mascara

Now this is optional because tight lining could be difficult especially if you are just beginning with eye liners. However, this step really makes your lashes look fuller already so you don’t have to apply extra coats of mascara.

Tip | Try to do this by slightly closing your eyes and moving the pencil around the top of your waterline.

6. Bronzer & Blush

Apply these products slightly making sure to stay away from too much shimmer. We are not going to a disco ball! The bronzer I used was matte and the blush was slightly shimmer.

7. Give Them Lips Some Color

Another tip to making you look extra lively is by applying a bright lipstick. I used a bright pink just because I think it’s the best color suitable anywhere you go!

Tip | Use your fingers to pat on the lipstick to sheer it out for a more natural effect.

Product used in order:

Moisturizer | Ponds Dry Skin Cream
Foundation | L’oreal True Match Lumi SPF 20 in Neutral
Concealer | Nars Radiant Cream Concealer
Lip Balm | Dior Lip Glow Color Revive Balm
Brow Liner | L’oreal Brow Artist in Blonde
Highlight & Waterline | NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk
Setting Powder | Make up Forever HD Powder
Tightline | Urban Decay in Zero
Mascara | Maybelline The Rocket Volume Express
Bronzer | Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Medium Deep Matte Bronzer
Blush | Nars in Orgasm
Lips | Avon in Pretty in Pink

There you have it! I hope you found this helpful and don’t forget forget to leave a comment below saying:
What are you most excited about going back to school?
Which step in the make up tutorial is your most fave?


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