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The NARS Light Reflecting Foundation smooths skin texture, blurs, and conceals dark marks, redness, and blemishes. I instantly noticed how... 


Fenty Beauty Stunna Lip Paint Longwear Fluid Lip Color in the shade Uncensored is my favorite red lip shade. I know you guys see me pull this red lip every once in a while-- just like I pull out the pink shade every summer and the black and purple shade every fall. What can I say... The formula is beautiful! It gives a matte finish, dries down amazingly, and lasts for a very long time. I would say that if you are new to the Stunna Lip Paints, it takes a few tries to perfect the application.  The shade Uncensored- an intense, universal red, is not too dark or too light. It's a perfectly balanced, bright red that, in my opinion, does look good with all skin complexions.

The Neutrals You Need | Morphe 35X Big Primpin' Eyeshadow Palette

Morphe 35X Big Primpin' Eyeshadow Palette



Here are 5 easy steps to achieve the ultimate winter glow makeup look:
1. Skincare - Don't you dare think about any makeup products before thinking about skincare. Skincare this season is key. All you need is your go to moisturizer or a skincare primer. I usually go for my Milk Hydro Grip Primer, elf Jelly Primer, or Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Primer. 
​2. Focus on the base- Use your go to foundation. I am not a fan of matte foundations-- so my foundations fall under the dewy/ natural skin-finish category. You can achieve a winter glow with any finish. I recommend for matte foundation, lightly set face with a pressed powder. 

3. Add some color- In the mist of applying makeup, we lose are natural pigmentation. So, don't forget to bring it back. Use blush, contour, and blush to bring it right on back. 

4. Eyes Darling- This is where the glow really happens. Want to go for a matte eye, add light colors like white or nude. For a shimmery eye look, add whatever color because it's going to give you the glow you need regardless. 

5. Ok, last one. HIGHLIGHT. - You can add an illuminator  before your foundation application OR place some highlight on the bridge of your nose, dust some on the forehead and on the highest point of your cheeks.
Then, set if off with some setting spray. 

From skincare to makeup,

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