Saturday, 14 June 2014
Yes, I've Already Planned my Makeup for Prom
[ to find out where I've been for the past few months, click here]
Being a beauty addict, I was already creating mental wishlists of the makeup products I wanted for the event months before prom and had practised multiple looks. After finally settling on a (rather large) group of products and managing to create a look I could actually put together AND re-create (forget the winged liner Esmé), of course I wanted to share it with you all. I wanted the main feature to be a flawless base and added a light shimmery smokey eye and nude lip to the mix for a more timeless look. Hopefully this will provide some inspiration or ideas for those of you who have prom approaching, or simply for a more subtle evening makeup style. Enjoy!
Products in order of application~
Prep (not pictured): La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo +, REN Vita Mineral Eye Gel, Nivea Soft
Base: Garnier Miracle Skin Cream, Benefit Porefessional, Chanel Viatlumiere Aqua (B10), Bourjois Bronzing Base, YSL Touche Éclat, Bobbi Brown Corrector (Porcelain Peach), Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer (Vanilla), Chanel Loose Powder
Cheeks: Stila Convertible Colour (Lillium), Benefit Watts Up, Kevyn Aucoin The Sculpting Powder, Hourglass Blush (Dim Infusion), Nars Laguna Bronzer
Eyes: MAC Painterly, MAC All that Glitters (lid), MAC Naked Lunch (inner corner), MAC Soba (outer corner), MAC Brun (very lightly in crease and as liner), Rimmel Scandaleyes Nude Liner, Maybelline the Falsies, L'Oreal Telescopic, MAC Charcoal Brown (brows), Benefit Gimme Brow (light/medium)
Lips: Lush Popcorn Scrub, Nuxe Reve de Miel, YSL Rouge Volupte Shine (8)
Nails: Essie Spin the Bottle
Tools Used: RT Essential Foundation Brush, RT Stippling Brush, RT Setting Brush, RT Contour Brush, RT Blush Brush, MAC 217, MAC 266, Kevyn Aucoin Eyelash Curlers
P.S I have never worn so much makeup in my life and predict that Bioderma will be my best friend on the night.
P.P.S If you were wondering why I used two blushes, it's so that it lasts longer (powder over cream). A little Lisa Eldridge tip for you all;)