Last week I talked about finding the right primer based on your skin type and this week it’s all about finding the right foundation based on your skin type. Believe it or not, many people select the wrong foundation because they think it’ll work on their skin. But the truth is that not all foundations work on your skin. There are certain types of foundation that are meant for your skin type.
Happy Tuesday beauties. I have some fun exciting news that I’m so happy to share with you. I am starting a new series on my blog related to beauty. If you couldn’t tell by the title of this post, the series is all about “How To”. I’ve been trying to figure out ways to incorporate more beauty tips into my blog and this is one series I’m super excited about. I will post a new “How To” on Tuesday’s. Kicking off the “How To” series with HOW TO: Choose A Primer Based On Skin Type.
How many of you wear fake lashes? You guys already know that I do. Well, whenever I do client’s makeup or friends they always ask me how I keep my lashes looking great considering they’re fake lashes. Fake lashes are either cheap or expensive depending on where you get them or brand you get. Because I like to wear falsies, I always make sure that I treat them well and maintain them clean.
How many of you are oily skin gals like myself? When you have oily skin it’s really hard to find makeup products that are going to stay matte on your skin for a few hours. I’ve tried so many products and these are my go-to and holy grails when it comes to primers, foundation, concealers, setting powders and setting spray.
How many of you have used coconut oil? How many of you used it on your skin or hair? Coconut oil has been something I’ve found myself using a lot this year. Whether it’s for my hair or skin, I’ve loved using coconut oil. Coconut oil has so many great benefits when you use it on your hair, skin or teeth. Even when you use it for cooking. Which I haven’t tried that yet, hopefully soon. But I’m here to share with you great beauty uses for coconut oil. All of these I have tried and continue to do so because I love coconut oil. I love what it does.
Disclosure: Some links in this post are affiliate links and I may make a small commission if you click them and make a purchase. This post is something I’ve been meaning to do because I’ve been asked numerous of times on how I cream contour. Cream contouring isn’t something many people can do because it’s tedious and you have to make sure you’re doing it right. Otherwise, you look like a hot mess. I will be honest with you, it took me a year to master down the cream contouring. It wasn’t something I was able to do for a while because I wasn’t blending correctly. In today’s post, I’m going to show you how I cream contour by sharing with you a tutorial. I will explain each step of my process when it comes to cream contouring.
Happy Friday beauties! Today I’m teaming up with my friend Natalie from Hashtag Fab Life to share with you what products we use to keep our skin glowing this winter. Yes, we’re talking about winter already but let’s be honest here, some us that live in parts of the states are already experiencing cold weather which means, dry skin. I dislike dry skin. I hate how it feels. Because we have already been experiencing cold weather in Wisconsin, I’ve noticed that my skin has been starting to get dry on my face.
Let’s talk about makeup brushes. I’m constantly being asked which brushes I use and which are my favorite. Since I’ve been doing makeup for almost 2 years I’ve come across a few “hits” and a few “ugh this sucks”. But these brushes here are the ones I use daily on myself. Some of these brushes are drugstore and high ends. I’ll be talking about they what they do and what you can use them for as well. But again you can always use the makeup brushes any way you want to as well.