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Make-Up Looks By Hannah

Looking good in the summer is something we all try to achieve. Whether it is the latest in fashion, or the latest look in make-up looks, we all try them. I am old school when it comes to make-up and my look. I use my foundation, some mascara, and a little bit of lip gloss and I am good to go. My teenage daughters however, do full glam. I can’t even begin to tell you all the stuff they do. Their finished look is absolutely amazing of course and certainly can make anyone want to try what they do.

 

My daughter Hannah is one who is into all the latest beauty bloggers, looks, and products. She even keeps up on release dates of new palettes. She does a great job and I can only wish I could achieve some of her looks. Lucky for us, she will be sharing with us what she uses to achieve those make-up looks so you could possibly copy it. In the future, she will be doing videos of the application which may also be useful to some of you.

 

Summer Look #1

Total Time : 15 minutes

Products Used : Pur Sculptor Palette (Bronzing and highlighting Palette), ProFusion Mixed Metals (Nude), Pretty Vulgar Blush (Prim Vixen), Hard Candy Sheer Envy (Stick It To Pores), Physicians Formula Spotlight Illuminating Primer (Gloweclat), Sassy + Chic False Eyelashes, Covergirl Clean Pressed Powder (Classic Ivory), Wet n Wild Photo Focus Setting Spray, EcoTools Blending Sponge, The BrowGal Brow Gel (o2), Flower Beauty Lash Warrior (Fierce Black), Pretty Vulgar The Ink Gel Eyeliner, Flower Beauty Cream Lipstick (Bare Pout), and Maybelline Super Stay Full Coverage Foundation (Neutral Ivory).

Application: Start with applying your eye shadow. (Mixed Metals Nude) Use the colors “Mellow” all over the eyelid. Then, I went in with “Rust” in the crease of the eyelid. I lightly dusted “Heavenly” into the crease as well. Blend those two together. Then I took “Pharaoh” to the inner corner to the middle of the eyelid. I then took “Devious” to the outer “v” of the eyelid. That completes the shadow look of the eyes. I start with the eye shadow first in case there is any “fallout”. Next, you will want to do your eyeliner. Take the Pretty Vulgar Ink Gel Liner and use a brush for application. I use an angled brush and dip it into the gel liner and apply. I did a wing liner. Once finished with that, I apply my mascara which is the Lash Warrior by Flower Beauty. Now, we are ready for the rest of the face. Grab the Hard Candy Sheer Envy and apply to your “T-Zone” and then rub it in. Next, go in with your Physician’s Formula Spotlight Primer and apply it to the rest of your face to offer a glow under your foundation. Dampen your beauty blender and pump some of your Maybelline Super Stay Foundation and your hand. Dip your beauty blender into the foundation and apply with blotting technique to your whole face until it looks even. After that, dust some of your Covergirl Clean pressed powder all over your face as a light dusting. Go in with your Pur Sculptor Palette and use the “Inventor” shade for contouring. For highlighting, you will want to take the “Originator” to highlight. Take your blush, and use a flat dome brush to dip into the product, Make sure to tap any excess and apply to the apples of your cheeks using an upward motion. Use an eyebrow spooly and brush your eyebrow hairs upward. Take your Brow Gel and apply it to fill in eyebrows for desired shape. Take your fake eyelashes and apply the eyelash glue to them and let the glue get tacky. Apply onto your eye area in the eyelash area. You will want to take your setting spray and spray it to lock in your look. Lastly, take your Flower Beauty Lipstick and apply to the lips.

 

As you can see, this is a fast and easy look to achieve that is sure to get you noticed. If you have any questions, please feel free to comment with them and we will be happy to answer them. Also, feel free to post your look as well.

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