My Birthday Makeup Look!

Hi friends! Today I thought I would share with you the makeup that I wore yesterday for my birthday!

Let’s Get Started!

Nip + Fab Plumping Serum, Hard Candy Color Correcting Primer, Maybelline Master Primer 100, Estee Lauder Double Wear Foundation in Cool Bone

The base of the face stays the same for the most part. On days that I shower in the morning before work, I use the Nip+Fab Plumping Serum after to help hydrate my skin. I received this item in an iPsy or Boxycharm and have continued to repurchase it.

I use a small amount of the Hard Candy primer on the areas where I have the most redness (my t-zone and on the inwards of my cheeks), and then I use the Maybelline primer all over my face.

I could not use any other foundation than the Estee Lauder one as it is my favourite and I wanted my skin to look fabulous on my birthday!

Eyebrow pencil, L’Oreal brow gel, Rimmel London Lasting Finish Concealer, Maybelline Fit Me Loose and Pressed Powders

I had to get a new concealer so I’ve picked up the Rimmel London Lasting Finish concealer. I set my face with the pressed powder from Maybelline, and then I baked my under eyes with the loose powder from Maybelline. While I bake, I filled in my brows with a pencil I received in a Boxycharm and then used the L’Oreal brow gel to smooth them over and make them last all day.

Physician’s Formula Butter Bronzer, Pretty Vulgar highlighter, Tarte Amazonian clay blush in Paaaarty

I used my all-time favourite butter bronzer to bronze my cheeks, chin and forehead up. I added some colour to my cheeks with the Tarte Amazonian Clay blush in Paaarty, and then since I was keeping it neutral on the eyes, I went with a rosy champagne highlight from Pretty Vulgar.

Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette, Colourpop Yes Please Palette

To create on of my favourite eye looks ever, I use the Tarteist Pro Palette and then just one colour from the Yes Please palette.

I start off by using Chic in the crease with a big fluffy brush as my original transition shade. I then take a mix of Indie and Profesh on the same brush and start sweeping that into the crease to create a more cooler toned look. Next, I use a smaller blending brush and take Edgy on it and start slowly adding it to my outer corner and into the crease. Finally, I slowly added a little bit of Punk to deepen the outer corner. I take a little bit of Classic and Vintage and pack that onto the lid and under the brow bone. I smoke out my lower lash line with a bit of Indie and Edgy.

To spice up my look a bit, I take that bright yellow shade from the Yes Please palette and pop that into my inner corner. I curl my eyelashes, add my Essence Lash Princess mascara and Voila! all finished!

I hope you enjoyed this look! Have a great day!