Today was an exam day for me, which meant not a lot of time to get ready and MAJOR need for brightening and dark circle repair! (Don't worry--I came back to my apartment and lazed around for a bit before adding the curls later. :P)
My absolute, all-time favorite blush would have to be MAC Unconventional (LE with Taste Temptations collection). It's a pale lilac blush with a frost finish that's ideal for light-skinned, cool toned lovelies looking for a subtle glow. This blush probably wouldn't pack enough punch pigmentation-wise for anyone with medium-dark skin, but it may work in those cases as a nice highlight. Speaking of highlight, I feel zero need to wear one with this blush! (And I LOVE a good highlight!) Needless to say, this product is the star of my look.
|MAC Powder Blush in Unconventional|
I kept the rest of my face simple but cute and girly, since it is Friday after all, and who knows what I'll be up to later tonight? For eyes, I stuck to a highlight in my inner corners and a thick lashline. So easy.
I finished the look off with my newest Revlon Lip Butter (I think I may be up to 9 now...) in Lollipop. It's a bright, blue-based pink that can look natural or give a pop of color, depending on how it's worn. I love this color!
What I'm Wearing:
Revlon ColorStay Foundation for Normal/Dry Skin in 110 Ivory and 200 Nude (mixed)
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Dark Circle Eraser in Fair
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Dark Spot Eraser in 220 Light
Rimmel Stay Matte in 001 Transparent
Maybelline Color Tattoo in Barely Branded (inner corners only)
Wet n Wild Mega Liner in 861 Black
Benefit They're Real! Mascara
MAC Powder Blush in Unconventional
MAC Powder Blush Ombre in Azalea Blossom (purple side to contour)
Revlon Lip Butter in Lollipop
I'd like to do a more in-depth review on the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind concealers (both for dark circles and dark spots--one is a brightener and the other is a regular concealer) at some point. So far, I like both of these products and have been using them pretty much daily.