'Daily' makeup Routine

For today's post I thought I would share with you all my 'daily makeup routine' however firstly I would like to take the 'daily' out of it since I don't actually wear makeup everyday, I probably only wear makeup about twice a week but lack of a better title I decided to stick with this one because if I were to wear makeup everyday this is the routine I would do.

Before any makeup
Firstly I wash my face with my Dr organic tea tree face wash,which featured in my June Favourites post which you can read here, since I have really oily skin I find that this removes all the oil from around my nose which helps my make up last a lot longer.

I ran out of my regular primer recently so since then I've been using the Balance 'Instant Effect Wrinkle Filler' to act as a base for my foundation as I find this also smooths over any pores and makes my makeup look smoother. For under and around my eyes I currently use the Dr Organic 'Virgin Coconut Oil Eye Perfect' which I have also been using before I go to bed at night which has done wonders for the dark circles under my eyes.

Wrinkle filler and Eye cream
For my foundation I'm currently using Rimmel London 'Match Perfect' in shade 100 Ivory, I first apply it with my Real Techniques liquid foundation brush and after I use my Real Techniques Buffing brush which blends my makeup really well and makes it look very natural. I then set my foundation with Rimmel London's Stay Matte powder in Transparent which helps keep my foundation on for longer and get's rid of any shininess for this I use my ModelsOwn powder brush.

Foundation by Rimmel london and Real Techniques Buffing Brush
Stay Matte Powder and powder brush
Next to give my cheek bones some definition I do a light contouring using Maybelline 'Dream Sun' triple bronzer for brunettes which gives a very natural colour I apply this using my Real Techniques contouring brush, if the lines are still too harsh I buff them out with my buffing brush. For a blush I'm currently using the pastel pink blush in the Barry M 'Glow' palette which give my cheeks a healthy rose flush without looking too obvious, and for under £10 the palette is really amazing if you want some natural colours but don't want to spend insane amounts on the Naked 3 palette.

Bronzer and Real Techniques Contour Brush
I also use the Barry M palette for my eyes and eyebrows, I start by using the matte beige colour all over my eye after I add the shimmer beige all over as well and then to finish the eyeshadow I add the pink shimmer in the inner corner of my eyes and in the middle to make them brighter. For my eyebrows I use the darkest brown to fill them in using my Modelsown lip brush I also put this colour on my bottom lashes using my Real Techniques detailer brush, I then use the white shadow as a highlight which I just apply underneath my eyebrows and over my nose.

Depending on the day and how much time I have I use the Colour X-pert liquid eyeliner from Max Factor which is the easiest liquid eyeliner I have ever used and I finish with Rimmel London Lash Accelerator Endless Mascara

Rimmel Mascara and Maybelline Eyeliner
When I'm doing this as a night time look I'll use a Barry M lip pencil in a dark rose colour which for some reason does not have the shade named on it. How annoying.

Barry M lipliner
Now for the grand finale, or something like that,

After: Day time look 
After: Night time look
Where to buy!

Real Techniques Brushes buy here
Barry M 'Glow' Palette buy here
Rimmel Match Perfection Foundation buy here
Dr Organic Eye Cream Buy here
Rimmel Stay Matte Powder buy here 
Maybelline Bronzer buy here 
Rimmel Mascara buy here 
Rimmel Nail Polish 'Too cool to tango' buy here

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