All in One Makeup Palette: Juvia’s Place Blush P
The appeal of a single makeup palette that be used for all of your makeup needs is universal. Whether you're a busy person who wants a quick, simple, and compact makeup solution for every day, or someone who really wants good value for money, a good all-in-one face palette can be your best partner in crime. The Saharan Blush Palette Volume II Juvia's Place is a great brand offering high-quality makeup products that cater to a very diverse range of skin tones. The Juvia's Place product line is inclusive and very reasonably priced. Juvia’s Place currently has two blush palette's availalble, The Saharan Blush Palette Volume I, which is most suitable for medium to dark skin tones, and Volume II, which is most suitable for light to medium dark skin tones. Each palette has six unique blush shades in a soft powder formula. The Saharan Blush Palette Volume II is a great multi-purpose powder palette for more than just your cheeks. In fact, I find it to be one of the best all-in-one face palettes I've ever owned, offering great pigment, soft texture, and long wear time. How to Use the Palette for Your Whole Face I use this palette everyday for makeup looks that are easy to create and still very effective at enhancing my best features. The russet brown shade, Yara, is very warm and highly pigmented. I use this shade on the perimeters of my face as a bronzer. For a simple, monochrome look that lifts the cheeks, I bring the bronze shade towards the apples of my cheeks, and use it all over my eyelids to define my eyes. This is the simplest and quickest look you can create with this palette. The palette sports three shades which I use for blush: Bee (a mauvey purple), Leena (a bright bubblegum pink), and Tau (a muted red). I use these shades as blush to add lift and colour to my face, and as matte eyeshadow shades. The two metallic shades in the palette are Zoba, a duachrome rosey gold colour, and Sola, a stunning metallic fuschia shade. The pink, purple, and red shades can be used in a similar way as above. When I want to create a brightly-coloured look in just a few minutes, I use the pink Leena shade as a transition/crease colour, then swipe metallic shades Zoba and Sola over the inner and outer portions of my lid, respectively. I put Zoba on my cheeks, too, as a highlighter. My advice for Zoba, though, is that it is more suited to light to medium complexions as a highlighter. On my very fair skin, it can be a bit dark. As an eyeshadow, though, it is gorgeous. Pro Tip: Match your lip colour to your eye makeup by some lip balm on your lips, and lightly tapping a blush shade over the top. The Ultimate All-in-One Face Palette I believe that The Saharan Blush Palette's are some of the best on the market, as far as value for money, pigment, and staying power are concerned. The palette's are perfect for beginners with makeup, people who want quick and easy makeup looks, or who are looking for one palette to answer all their wishes.
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90s Makeup Trend: Blue Eyes and Nude Lips
So, we’re all back in the 90s as far as fashion trends are concerned. Thankfully, we’re keeping this decade’s eyebrows! I decided to try out two 90s inspired makeup looks with different shades of blue from the MORPHE - The James Charles Palette . My light look was created using the shade “Hello” all over the lid and crease, and running a bit of “Playgroung” on my lower lash line, and onto the outer half of my upper lash line. This added a little definition and brightness to the pale blue base. The light shimmery blue all over the eye and crease felt super retro and fun! ❄️🧚🏻👗 My dark look was created using the shade "Brother" all over the lid and blended into the crease, and "A capella" tapped onto the centre of the eyelid. This rich, dark version of the 90s blue eyeshadow trend felt much more modern and striking. 🧵🌊🌏 These looks are great for brown eyes - as you can see - but there are really no rules! You could achieve a toned down version of this look by lining your eyes with blue shades and adding lashings of mascara! Or pairing a navy blue or turquoise waterline with a bronze or copper upper lid! Don't be afraid of the blue! 2020 is the time to realise your colourful makeup dreams. Complexion Details 👸🏻 If you were interested in my complexion products, I used the ESTĒE LAUDER - Double Wear Stay-in-Place Foundation in the shade 1C0 Shell, the REVOLUTION - Conceal & Define Full Coverage Concealer in the shade C1, the Revlon Sculpt + Highlight Contour Kit in Light/Medium, and a touch of Juvia's PLACE - The Saharan Blush Palette shade Yara to warm up the apples of my cheeks slightly. Lip Details 💄💋 I did a DIY lip colour to get the 90s nude look. I put some L.A. Girl - L.A. Girl Luxury Creme Lipstick in the shade Teddy around the edges of my lips, and patted some Covergirl Colorliscious Lipstick in the shade 230 in the centre (I think this line is discontinued!) Skin Details: I have fairly dry and fairly sensitive skin. I am very fair, too. I live in Brisbane, so the weather is getting more humid by the day, and is generally very sunny.
Jackie Aina Teaches Us about Mask-Proof Makeup
Wearing a mask is an easy thing you can do every day to be a more responsible member of your community. however, a mask can do a number on your makeup, especially if you are wearing one for several hours a day. To give your makeup the best chance, try some of these tips from YouTube beauty guru Jackie Aina. Not only does Jackie have arguably the best personality on the platform, but she knows a thing or two about long-wearing, matte makeup. In her recent video, she shows us how to do makeup that outlasts a mask, so we can be responsible and snatched. 1️⃣ Use a primer before your complexion routine. This improves texture, longevity and overall look. 2️⃣ Tap a light layer of translucent powder over your primed face BEFORE using complexion products. It may seem strange, but Jackie swears by this technique and says it makes her foundation last way longer. 3️⃣ Forego dewy products for matte products where possible. Matte foundations have a longer wear time whilst dewy products tend to slip around more. 4️⃣ Use a high coverage long-wearing concealer under your eyes, and set this well with loose powder. Most masks settle close to the undereyes, so setting this area will reduce the negative effects of friction from your mask. 5️⃣ Use a little bit more of your complexion products than usual. If your mask is going to rub off a bit of your makeup, you want to make sure you’ve laid down a complete base, so that your face isn’t ‘naked’ after a couple of hours. 6️⃣ Jackie pumps some foundation onto the back of her hand, picks some up with a brush and sprays some Ben Nye “Final Seal” onto the brush. Final Seal is used to seal in a smudge- and water-resistant makeup look, like a setting spray. Mixing it into your foundation will incorporate the sweat-resistant properties into the application. 7️⃣ Remember to set along your chin area, perhaps more so than usual, as this area will take a beating from a mask as well. 8️⃣ You can make your eyes pop with a strong mascara application or a set of false lashes, to draw attention to your eyes and keep you looking glamorous while wearing a mask. 9️⃣ As above, stick to matte, powder formulas for blush and highlighter as these are less likely to slip around and can be sealed in with a setting spray. 🔟 Swap your lipgloss for a lipstick or lip stain - you don’t want to leave sticky globs of gloss on the inside of your mask and risk getting some on your matte and snatched complexion work. Added tip: lip liner increases the longevity of just about any lip product! *️⃣ Douse yourself in setting spray and fan yourself dry to seal your makeup in and give it the best chance at surviving your busy day! If you prefer a dewy makeup look, try incorporating your dew here at the end with a dewy-finish or slightly shimmery setting spray. That way, you get to achieve some shine without compromising your makeup
the nars orgasm blush $3 blush dupe!💗🌸
so by now everyone and their mom has heard about the nars orgasm blush and how great it is... but it is $30! i bet youve wondered, “is it really worth the price?” the answer... well, it’s debatable🤔 so i have used this elf blush for a while now. i got it for only three dollars and i did break it, but it still works fine. it has a little sparkle and is very pigmented, and it also lasts pretty long! it is a little powdery though😊 the powderness is why im knocking it down to four stars. then, i saw at marshalls of all places, they were selling the nars “super orgasm” blush for $10! i knew i needed to try it out and see if it was worth the hype. my feelings are, well, mixed. it is very sparkly and beautiful. the colour is gorgeous and i love the gold glitters. but, its not very pigmented at all. its good for a barely-there blush look, but if you want real colour for your face, i wouldn’t recommend it. im rating it four stars because i think it would work for some people, but it also just has very little pigment. you have to you quite a lot to get any colour. they are pretty similar, the elf one is a little pinker, but also way more pigmented. although the sparkle is gorgeous in the nars blush, i think ill stick with my $3 dupe!! have you tried either blush? what do you think!☺️ e.l.f. - e.l.f. Round Blush NARS - NARS Blush
Throw your blush away?🤫
Bronzer is part of the Contour category. For me, bronzer is any bronzed products that can create a face outline. So bronzer here includes bronzed shadows and bronzed highlights. Bronzer pays more attention to the lines of the face. And blusher, can improve one's complexion and make our look healthier and energetic. If I have to choose a more important facial product, I can't choose one, because both of them are “must have products.” Blush is less limited on applying areas of face than Bronzer. You can apply it under your eyes, on your cheeks, and even on the tip of your nose and earlobes for a lovely effect. In addition to that, blush is more colorful, pink, orange, purple, etc. For Bronzer, applying area is determined by the shape of your face and it has some fixed match with highlight. For combination 1, I use Bronzer on both sides of my cheeks and chin, and highlight under my eyes. Combination 2, The Bronzer is applied 45 degrees below the cheeks, with highlights applied to the chin and below the Bronzer. Although both of these products are my must have, I think Bronzer can replace Blush. A bronzer that fits your skin tone can also boost your complexion, making you look healthier and more attractive. I use Bronzer more than Blush because Bronzer matches the style I'm trying to make! A mature and sexy style! Blush's creating style is more limited, always in a cute style. For beginners, the powdery Bronzer is easier to use! If not used properly, it is very easy to cause the whole makeup get a dirty finish. So, when you use the bronzer products, be patient and careful!
Peachy Blush Dream
This blush by Milani is touted as a holy grail by Nikkie Tutorials herself among many others! After years of hearing people praise the brand's baked blushes, I decided to try Luminoso out. First of all, this formula is quite sheer. I was expecting more punch. Might've been the fluffy brush I was using? It looked okay, but it took a decent amount of building and blending before it truly showed up on my fair skin. It has a slight glow though nothing like I hoped. It's a pretty coraly-peach and it will for sure last a long time usage wise but I'm not in love. Hopefully I can hit pan on this and I'll like it more.
help :( best rosy pink/winter kiss blush?
hi friends! 👋😊 I’m looking for a new blush, preferably one that’s pinkish (I usually use ones that are more coral or nude). My skin tone is a light/medium-warm/neutral if that makes any sense 😂 I think I would prefer a powder blush recommendation but I love a good cream blush sometimes so consistency doesn’t matter. I’m just too indecisive to decide which blush to purchase so I want help from you all 😇 Thankuuuuuu!!
tarte-Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush
Blush THISE CHEEKS!!
Hey, Hey!! 💁🏽♀️ ✨8W Morphe Warm Master Blush Palette✨ This is my most Favorite Blush Palette. This baby has 8 warm toned shades; 4 matte & 4 shimmer. Not just they appear beautiful and amazing but you'll see the magic once you apply it! Highly pigmented and best part is that its not as powdery as other blush pallettes usually are. They give a good lift to your cheeks which I live for😁 In simple words I'm in love with this palette. I really don't remember the price🤔MORPHE - 8W Warm Master Blush Palette
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