I always struggle with my uneven brows but the Real Techniques brow tool has really helped me. If you put a little too much shadow, simply run the brush side through your brows and the colour evens out giving your brows a really natural look. The comb side is really nice for your eye lashes to get rid of any clumps of mascara!
Mascara is something I usually don't spend a lot of money on but I got this sample and I have really been loving the Benefit Bad Gal Lash. The formula isn't too wet so it doesn't make a mess when you are applying the product. The pigmentation is really nice and black and lasts all day long. I am still a drugstore mascara girl though.
MAC eyeshadow in Naked Lunch is the perfect shimmer (but not glittery) shadow for the inner corner. Since the weather is getting warmer I haven't been wearing a lot of shadow but I have just been applying this in the inner corner of my eye, which gives a really nice awake look.
The Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge is the best thing to happen to my foundation routine. I already raved about it in my post here so I won't ramble on too much. It give the skin a really nice natural no "cakeface" finish.
For lips I have been reaching for really bright fushia by Revlon - the Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Sweetheart Valentine. It last a super long time and livens up the face. I would highly recommend for a bright lip but remember to moisturize before application because it can be a little drying.
|Revlon's Sweetheart Valentine, and MAC's Naked Lunch|
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