Makeup tutorial: Natural summer look

Well hello to you my reader chums! If you saw yesterday's blog, you'd know I went to see the fault in our stars. Oh wow it was amazing, such an emotional moving incredible film. It definitely lived up to the standard of the novel, highly recommended!
Today, as I've not done a tutorial in a while, I thought I'd show you a makeup look I've been enjoying lately which is perfect for the summer time. Here's the look:

The products used: 


For the base I use the maybelline BB cream. I wear this on days wear my skin needs an extra oomph and glow. It's extremely light on the skin and gives a lovely dewy natural effect. As it has spf 15 in its also perfect for the summer time. To then get rid of my under eye circles and as a eye primer, I use the oh so famous Collection lasting perfection concealer. I've found that it works as an eye primer as well as a concealer. To powder I use the Rimmel stay matte. I then on a real techniques blusher brush take the Bourjois chocolate  bronzer and slightly contour as well as dusting it all over my face and neck to give myself a bronzed glow. For a cheek bone highlight as the Sleek rose gold blush has a lot of gold glitters in, I apply that.

For the eye shadow I use the lighter brown matte shade all over the lid and the darker matte shade in the crease.
To blend out the darker crease colour to make it look more natural I use the shade 'Freestyle' from the smoked palette. Then for a brow bone and inner corner highlight I use the shade 'Kinky'. 


To finish the look I add a wing on the eyes, line my water line with a white kohl liner and apply a couple of costs of mascara.



This is close up of the eyes.

I hope you enjoyed this makeup look, thank you for reading <3 

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  1. That is a really pretty look. I love Urban Decay shadows.

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  2. You look so pretty! I like how this makeup look doesn't look overdone :)

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