Today is my first day back to work. While I wish I was still on holidays, I kinda like the idea of putting on makeup again. Today, I bring to you a simple work makeup look using just drugstore products. The whole look took me about 20 to 30 minutes to put together.
This is a great drugstore primer for oily skin gals. It has a silicone feel which I don’t mind but I know a lot of people don’t like the feel of silicone.
You don’t see me using this much on my Instagram as is its quite light for me. But for the purpose of this blog post and variety I decided to use it. It’s a great medium to full coverage, long lasting foundation. The only down side is the limited shade range.
I’ve been giving this palette a lot of love! After applying my concealer I applied some of the Banana shade under my eyes to set the concealer. Onto the cheeks, mixing the bronzer and contour shade I applied this in a 3 shape using the contour brush provided. I love this palette to create a subtle sculpted look.
This is great long wearing blush. If you’re on the hunt for a matte blush that’s long wearing, then I highly recommend checking out The Balm Instain blushes. After blush, I applied the highlight shade from the Revlon Sculpt and Highlight Contour Kit*.
This brow powder isn’t from the drugstore, but I haven’t featured it before, so here it is! I’ve used the dark brown shade to fill in my brows.
Starting with the cool tone matte brown, I think its shade 9, I applied this into the crease and lower lash line. For the lid colour, I applied the shade 7, which I think is a close dupe for MAC Woodwinked. When using these eyeshadows, I was super impressed by the quality and pigmentation. They were easy to blend and offered a great colour selection.
For a nude lipstick option, I decided to show you Wet n Wild lipstick in Bare It All. This is a beautiful universally flattering nude lipstick, that’s also super cheap!
Rimmel do a beautiful range of lipsticks. I like that this lipstick range as its really creamy and moisturising.
*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.
**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.
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