Concealer (regular color and light), foundation, blush, eyelid primer, bronzer, matte brown eye shadow, mascara.
More specifically, I use:        
- Apply concealer #1 as your all-over base. This needs to match your skin color.
- Use a lighter concealer to draw a triangle under your eye to the corner of your nose, then up to the inner corner of the eye.
- Wait a couple minute for it to set.
- Apply your loose powder all over. Don’t forget to blend down your neck.
- Apply a non-sparkly blush to the apples of your cheeks, swooping up your cheek bones.
- Apply a natural-color eyelid primer to your lids and blend with your finger.
- In the crease, apply a mid-shade matte brown.
- On the lids, apply your lighter bronze color.
- Using the light concealer (#2), apply a small amount to the brow line as a highlight.
- Take an all-over brush sweep it all over your face. This will pick up the excess powders and blend for a natural finish.
- Apply mascara (no eyeliner), using either brown or black.
Actually without makeup to with makeup, but looking like all you did was put on mascara. I didn’t include this in the list of products, but I always wear Burt’s Bees on my lips. Al-ways. It helps them look smoother and shinier.
Thanks for reading, let me know if you use this and if it works for ya!
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Today I will be showing you all how to make an organic facial scrub. When I look at all the face washes in the store, there are so many ingredients that I can’t even pronounce. With this facial scrub, you know exactly what you’re putting on your face. You only need three things:
1. A Lemon or lemon juice: It smooths skin, clears up acne, helps with oiliness, and fades scars and dark spots. It also helps remove dead skin cells to make your skin look more radiant.
2. Sugar: It is best to use organic sugar. Whatever you put on your skin is going to get absorbed since it is your largest organ. It is also good to help soften your skin and works as an exfoliant.
3. Cotton balls
Then you’re finished! This is so simple and very inexpensive. Make sure to come back every Monday for a new Do It Yourself blog. Also, If you have any requests, feel free to email me!
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