DHC Velvet Skin Coat
Cinema Secrets Foundation
Makeup Forever Flash Palette
Palladio Natural Rice Powder
MAC Blunt Blush
NARS Craving Dual Intensity Blush
Skindinavia Oil Control Setting Spray
NYX Espresso Brow Gel
Benefit Gimme Brow in Dark Brown
Anastasia Beverly Hills Chocolate Tinted Brow Gel
LORAC Eye Primer
NYX Eye Primer
MAC Rose and Melon Pigments
LORAC Little Black Palette
Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzing Powder
Chanel Le Volume De Chanel Mascara
Covergirl Juicy Fruit Colorlicious Gloss
MAC Crosswires Lipstick
Why is it that dirty hair always looks better? Whenever I pull my hair out of a top knot, it always unfolds in this dope cascade of luxuriousness, but it's actually really gross and oily but whatever I like to conserve water and shampoo and keep lice away. I wish it would sit like this after a fresh wash, though.
Was really feeling rosy hues when I did this look, and I like how it came together! I'm gonna miss dewy, glowy summer looks. A technique I've been enjoying lately is skipping blush and using just bronzer and highlighter to define the cheek. It's a way to let the skin come through.
I have also been focusing on using a bronzer as a multipurpose product. In doing so, I take a blending brush and swirl it into my bronzer of the day and then hit the crease of my eyes with the color. Other times I'll just run the brush directly over my eye if it seems to be saturated with day old color. It deposits just enough of a hue to create slight dimension in the eye area.