Makeup Haul and Review: Sephora (Part 2)

Part 1 of this blog post “Makeup Haul and Review: Sephora (Part 1)”

This is part 2 of “Makeup Haul and Review: Sephora”

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Top to bottom:
Day: Tufted Suede, Chinchilla, Coffee Bean
Classic: Velveteen Bunny, Pebbles, London Fog
Fashion: Fresh Linen, Vintage Violet, Midnight

Primers and Concealer!

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From left to right:

  • Make up For Ever: HD High Definition Primer (Green)

There are many different primers out there for different reasons. The most famous ones are the primers that hide PORES. However due to hormones and the sun we get redness around our face, and that is when a GREEN primer becomes handy. I REALLY enjoyed using this primer under; tinted moisturizer, press-powder and concealer. It worked amazingly! Not only did it hide the redness on face but it kept my face SUPER hydrated. The plus thing about this is that a little dote goes a long way! When I run out of this product I have to RUN and get it AGAIN!! 😀

  • Sephora Concealer: Medium 07

I have so many concealers that it isn’t funny anymore :p. Anyway, I was at my friend’s house and I was applying makeup at her place, the only type of concealer she had was liquid. When I applied it under my eyes POP out more and gave more light under them. Not only that, because it was liquid it wasn’t very harsh to pat under the eyes. So when I was at Sephora I purchased a liquid concealer, it works great. Would I run to the store for this? No. Why? Because I found out that most liquid concealers do the same job that I’m looking for :P.

  • Too Faced: Shadow Insurance (anti-crease eye shadow primer)

No matter what brand of eye-shadow we are using sometimes it’s HARD to keep it in place all DAY. This is where an eye-shadow primer comes into place. I’ve been trying to get my hands on this primer for months; my local Sephora was out of stock. Now that I have it I REALLY DO LOVE IT! It works like WOW! It makes any eye-shadow true colour come out and it does prevent creasing. Another thing I found out was that it made cream eye-shadows dry FASTER! 😀

Grey Eye-shadows!

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  • Sephero Eye shadow: intense black N*01  light and dark grey

Winter is here and I thought it would be nice to make a grey smoky-eye look. I wanted a grey that wasn’t matt but I didn’t want it have much glitter.  This is why I LIKED this pallet; the eye-shadows had a smooth stain finish but still a bit matt. I this grey pallet became my EVERDAY eye-shadow for winter! 😀

Glitter Eye shadow pallet!

  • Sephora Moonshadow baked palette

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    TOP eye-shadows from left to right: lavender, nude, white gold, gold, platinum
    BOTTOM eye-shadows from left to right: black purple, deep brown, glitter black, black gold, cobalt blue

  • Sephora Moonshadow baked palette

As I was shopping for make-up, I bumped into this SWEET glitter eye-shadows. My first insect was “I NEED TO TAKE THESE BABES HOME!” I loved the idea that in one paltte I was able to find 10 AMAZING different SUPER glittery eye-shadows that I can apply in an method to achieve any intensity of glitter I wanted. To make the glitter stand out the best method is to activate the eye-shadow with water and use a silicon make-up brush (look below). I love the quality and design of this pallet!

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LEFT hand: lavender, nude, white gold, gold, platinum
RIGHT hand: black purple, deep brown, glitter black, black gold, cobalt blue

The silicon Sephora make-up brush for glitter

The silicon Sephora make-up brush for glitter

Hope you liked this post! to watch it on my vlog press Sephora Haul and Review .

 

Stay Lovely,

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