Easy Natural Makeup Tutorial

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My Everyday Natural Makeup How To

Hey, you guys! I’m Heather. In today’s post, I wanted to share with you how I do my everyday, natural makeup. This look takes me not even 10 minutes to do. You could even consider this a “no makeup” look. If you like it and want to see more posts like this let me know in the comments below. My posts will get better and better, especially with your support! Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy the post.

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I always moisturize at least 15 minutes before I put on any makeup. I am currently using Revlon’s Color Stay foundation. Every beauty blogger and their sister have reviewed and recommended this product. I decided to see what the hype was all about and I understand! I dab a small amount on my hand and use a brush to apply. Then, I buff this into my skin for a flawless finish. It does a perfect job at covering any imperfections and smoothes out my complexion.

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For concealer, I always use Maybelline’s Age Rewind. I’ve also reviewed this amazing product in a previous post. I drag the concealer under my eyes and form an upside down triangle. I also use it a little on the outside of my eyes and the center of my forehead.This draws in the light toward the center of my face for a glowing effect and covers up blemishes.



As you can see, I have VERY light eyebrows. If I don’t wear makeup at all, I at least paint my brows on. First, I tame them with an eyebrow comb the hairs to tame them. Then, I mix the angled side of the brush with the wax and powder and trace the outside of my eyebrows. And I fill them in! I try to make sure I blend it out because they can look a bit too dark.



I like to give my pale skin a little color and definition by adding a little bronzer. Since I have a big forehead, (like most 90s babies) I use a very small amount of bronzer across my forehead and along my cheekbones. This bronzer by Bare Minerals has lasted me for like 6 months and I haven’t even used half of it. A little goes a very long way.



The last thing I do to finish off with a few coats of mascara. I apply one coat at a time, waiting a few seconds in between.




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