I left out concealers, foundation, powder etc., just because I usually only use one at a time anyway so it would kinda be pointless.. and also I feel like it's not the point of this tag! :)
So I jumped on the bandwagon and created a video that I'll attach below. But for those of you who don't take a fancy to videos, here is the condensed blog version :)
- Burt's Bees Beeswax Lipbalm
I included this because despite my OCD on lipbalms that you can read about here, I can always turn to this and it wont let me down :)
- Rimmel London Moisture Renew Lipstick in Nude Delight
This is my perfect spring/summer nude, with its warm peachy undertones and it goes with absolutely everything. Again, you can read about them here :)
- CANMAKE Nudy Glow Lipgloss in 06
This is a great alternative to lipsticks for those days I don't want to look like I've put too much effort in. It's pigmented and creamy, and is a perfect winter nude that goes with any look.
- MAC Creme Cup Lipstick
This is a pink alternative to my perfect nude, for those days where I want a bit more colour than a true nude, but nothing too overpowering. Again, goes with pretty much anything! :)
- MAC Paint Pot in Vintage Selection
A gorgeous peachy taupe that I love as an all over lid colour. It's easy to use, just with a finger and I know it will always look good on me, with Satin Taupe in the crease.
- 28 Neutral Palette
You can read a review on this here, but I love this because you can be creative within the boundaries of wearable because of all the different colour and finish choices. I also have several 'standard' looks with this that I can always turn to as well.
- MAC Palette
This is kind of a given because you only put in shadows you like and know you look good in right? :) So far I have, Naked Lunch, Honesty, Patina, Woodwinked, Tempting, Mulch, Satin Taupe and Beauty Marked.
- ELF Studio Blush in Tickled Pink
I love this because it's a really natural colour on me being a warmer pink, and a satin finish. It goes with anything! :)
- MAC Style Blush
This is my go-to blush in the summer when I want warmth on my face - always gives a sunkissed look a bit more colour than just bronzer. Also, it's handy to have when you have a really cool blush on and wish it was a tad bit warmer, I just dab a bit of this on top and voila! :)
- MAC MSF in Light Flush
Again, very subtle and natural pinky peach colour that goes with anything, except this one has a sheen and it doubles as a highlight/blush. Lovely paired with ELF Tickled Pink too :)
- NARS Blush in Sin
My go-to blush in colder weather, a natural cool-toned blush. It also doubles as a contour, which is good in the winter cuz I don't have that bronzey tone naturally in the winter! Doesn't go with absolutely everything, but it goes with a lot of colours that I wear in the winter, like taupes and bronzes :)
I hope you guys enjoyed that, and if you want to learn a bit more, then I babble on for a bit longer in the video so feel free to take a look :)
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and everyone else that wants to do it :)