I am very excited about today’s Spring Makeup Look because it is also a blogger collaboration with Mimi and Rebecca. A while back I got in touch with both girls to ask if they would be interested in doing a three way collaboration.
The idea was, I wanted us to create a makeup look, across three skill levels. With the first day of Spring greeting us tomorrow a Spring makeup look seemed perfect for us all to create. I wanted each look, whilst based around the same idea, to be different. I wanted a makeup look that would be suitable for a beginner or expert hand.
As a beginner myself I obviously went for the most basic level and created a natural Spring look. Whilst Mimi went for the middle, more dab handed yet still achievable look and Rebecca the most striking look. Mimi and Rebecca are both very talented at creating makeup looks and both were just as capable of taking on any of these levels, but Rebecca often does more extreme looks so it was agreed we’d give her that
challenge honor, which she graciously accepted.
I am really happy with how this idea worked out, I like that no matter your skill level there are now three different looks you could base a Spring look off. I am very grateful that Mimi and Rebecca agreed to do this, slightly more unique, collaboration with me too.
How I Created My Natural Spring Makeup Look
BASE & TOOLS
- Sleek CC Cream Shade Fair
- Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Shade C1
- Real Techniques Sponge
- Tarte Amazonian Clay Full Coverage Airbrush Foundation Shade Fair Honey
- Tarte Airbuki Powder Brush
BROWS & TOOLS
- Rimmel Professional Eyebrow Pencil. After using the built in brush I also go in with a separate spoolie to distribute the colour.
EYES & TOOLS
Tip: I usually also end up with some on my eyelid and I’ve found the best and easiest way to get that off is to dip an earbud into my contact lenses solution (I’d already be wearing my disposable contacts but I’ll keep the containers and liquid around until after I’ve applied my mascara).
- Makeup Revolution Eye Palette in New-Trals vs Neutrals
In the outer V and crease of my eyelid I placed the shade Tone. Across the inner eyelid I used Personal. I then placed the shade Style in the corner of my eye and the very center of my lid. I ran some of Vogue underneath my lower lashes and finish by applying a little bit of the shade Adapt in my out V to deepen the definition.
- Real Technique Brushes; Base Shadow Brush, Smudge Brush, Precision Smudge Brush and The Body Shop Eyeshadow Blending Brush
BLUSH & TOOLS
I skipped contouring or bronzing for this look as I wanted it to be fresher and lighter for Spring.
- Revolution Blush Palette in Sugar And Spice
- Real Techniques Brushes; Expert Face Brush and Blush Brush
- The Body Shop Matte Lipstick in Lima Magenta (a light application)
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