After getting a few requests over the years, I finally decided to film a video on my everyday makeup routine. This makeup routine is what I’ve been doing almost every day for 5+ years now. Once I discovered how to do a wing…it was all over for me.
Almost everything in the video is from the drugstore except the Jeffree Star highlighter, which was worth every penny. I literally had no idea how much L’Oreal makeup until I filmed this video. I’m not sponsored, but some of the links below are affiliate links on Amazon.
I’ll list everything below…
Concealer: L’Oreal Paris Cosmetics Infallible Pro Glow Concealer (this is what I used in the video)
Concealer: L’Oréal Paris Makeup True Match Super-Blendable Concealer (I like this one better)
Setting powder: No. 7 Loose setting Powder
Mascara: L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Miss Manga Washable Mascara (Not waterproof)
Highlighter: Jeffree Star Highlighter, Ice Cold
My Everyday Makeup Routine
First, I start by using a generous portion of under eye concealer, and I blend it in by pushing (not wiping) it in with a travel sized Eco Tools foundation brush. I use it under my eyes, on the sides of my nose where I have redness, on my chin, and on a small spot on my forehead. I also use a bit on my nose for highlighting.
Set the Concealer
Next, I use a Beauty Blender to press loose power on top of anywhere I put the concealer. I don’t worry about applying too much concealer because its easily brushed off.
This heals the concealer not to crease, and it also makes your skin look really soft and smooth.
Then I move on to blush.
I use Milani’s baked blush in the color “Luminoso” which is divine. It has a bit of shimmer which can highlight imperfections in textured skin, but I’m not mad about it. I apply it with an Eco Tools travel size blush brush I purchased at Walgreens. I bought travel sized brushes because they easily fit in my small makeup bag that I bring with me all the time—and it turns out that the brushes have amazing quality!
I then do my eye makeup, which includes 3 steps.
- Use a black pencil for eyeline
- Use a wet pen meant for winged eyeliner to draw a wing (I only use the wet eyeliner for the wings)
- Use regular mascara on the top, and waterproof on the bottom. I have terrible allergies and big eye bags, so I use the waterproof on the bottom. But I hate getting waterproof mascara off, so I use regular mascara on the top.
Lastly, I do my lips. Most days I keep my lips super simple—I dab a bit of color in the middle, and throw a ton of gloss over top. I keep it simple since I wear retty heavy eyeliner every day, but if I go heavier with my lip color its always a liquid-to-dry matte liquid lipstick.
My lip application got cut off in the video 🙁 Just imagine that it was wonderful.
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