Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Summer Makeup Look


SaraPags


SaraPags


SaraPags

SaraPags

Hello guyss, hope you're well?
I'm so excited for two reasons: the first one is that I think this one is my first actual makeup look post
(always remember I'm not a makeup artist but just a girl who loves putting on everything she find on her face *aha*), and the second one is that on Saturday I'm leaving to Cambrige for three weeks! Don't worry, I'm going to schedule a few posts and there will be some guest bloggers who will write here!
So, I'm not leaving you alone babies.

But don't let me speak too much, let's begin with my makeup!


  I applied my Kiko Eye Base Primer (n.1) on my eyelid. This is a really good primer girls, it lasts all day without gather in wrinkles! So, you don't have to spend too much on a primer to have a good quality but, without one of these you can't actually apply any eyeshadow.
  I put the white eyeshadow from the NYC IndividualEyes palette (n. 2) with the Essence Smoky Eye brush (n. 10) another great affordable tool.
  Then I drew a line using my Pupa Automatic Liner Hot Tropics in the shade Metallic Gold 04 (n.3) which I think it was a limited edition. but you can use a simple gold liner pencil.
  After that, I passed by the pencil again with my Pupa Diamond Eyeliner in the shade 03 (n.4) which I think is from the same limited edition. This one is quite special because it's mainly gold with some red and green glitters in it! 
  I highlighted my lashes with the Essence Lash Mania Reloaded (n.5), one of my favourites - you can find my review here).
  Under my eyes I blended the matte brown eyeshadow from the NYC palette (n.2) with the little H&M brush
  Essential step for me: eyebrows. I defined mine with the Catrice Eye Brow Stylist in the shade 030 Brow-n-eyed Peas and then I fixed them with some transparent mascara to make it last all day.
  Moving to the base, I applied the Maybelline Fit Me Foundation in Natural Beige 220 (n.7) with a humid sponge.
  I covered my eye circles and blemishes with the Catrice Camouflage Cream (n.8) concealer in 030 Rosy Beige which I actually recommend for spots, but you can use it for circles if your skin is not too dry there (because it could underline your wrinkles).
  Finally I put the Pupa Hot Tropics Waterfall Gloss in 01 Red Coral Reef on my lips. As it's from the same limited edition, I know I got all the collection as a gift from my adorable mum, you can apply any coral lip gloss you find everywhere, especially in summer. This is not one of my must-have lip glosses, well I don't love glosses in general, but this one doesn't last so long, although the colour and the pigmentation are both very good.


So that's all for today, simple isn't it?
Hope you enjoyed it, although when you'll read this post I actually will be in Cambrige having a ball.
Love you!
Sara 

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