Everyday Makeup Edit 01

Everyday Makeup Edit

Now that I’m back in school, my everyday makeup routine is very minimal for class and work every day. I’m a very low maintenance person and have been enjoying keeping my routine really simple and quick. This honestly takes me five minutes to do every day, and I feel acceptable to go about my day.


I start off with my moisturizer and that’s really all I do for prep. Then I use the Maybelline Age Rewind Concealer to cover my dark circles and small blemishes. I like how light this is and easy to blend in with my It Cosmetics Foundation Brush. Because I have combination skin that is leaning more towards oily, I make sure to set my concealer with powder. Right now I’m using the Tarte Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder, it helps everything not crease and doesn’t leave any residue on the face.


Again, I keep this so simple in my routine. I’ve been using and raving about the Anastasia Brow Powder in Taupe for so long! It’s just the perfect shade for my brows and so easy to use! I use the Anastasia #7 brush to apply it and then set it with the Anastasia Clear Brow Gel. I think this has to be my holy grail brow combination because it looks flawless every single time.

Everyday Makeup Edit Everyday Makeup Edit


Mascara is really the only thing I use for my eyes on an everyday basis. It really has the ability to transform your face and I really like my eyes to pop. I’ve been using the Benefit Rollerlash recently and really like it! It makes my lashes super long and fluttery. I always curl my lashes as well and love my Shiseido eyelash curler!


This isn’t any everyday thing, but if I’m feeling like I need a little color on my cheeks I will pop on a bit of ColourPop’s Blush in Between the Sheets. It’s the perfect amount of flush for every day and is a really pretty color for pale skin.




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