Girl next door makeup tutorial (Make-up)

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    Today is Sunday and I have actually planned to be makeup free today, will see how it goes hehe. But I was going to show you the make-up I had last Friday, because it is actually a good Sunday make-up for you who just want to be a little naturally made up on such a quiet day :)

    When I put on my make-up, I had only applied foundation (Dr. Hauschka) and mascara on one the eye, and then my mother called and wanted me to go along with a thing "we should go in 10 minutes" she said and I bounced out of the soft pants and finished the make-up super fast!

    With an off-white eyeliner pencil, light shimmer shadow, brow pencil, mascara and lip gloss, you get a quick and invigorating look. And with a little sun powder and blush on it, you look like the girl next door later :)

    Basic make-up:
    Face primer - Paese Makeup Base Matte
    Foundation - Dr. Hauschka Foundation
    Powder - Paese Bamboo Silk Powder
    Bronzer -  Paese Bronzing Powder (1p)
    Rouge - Paese Powder Blush (45)
    Highlighter - Paese Kashmir Eyeshadow (667)

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    Eyebrow Pencil, Benecos Eyebrow Designer (Brown)

    Lip Gloss / Lip Balm - Paese Balm Lip Gloss - shade 621.

    Off-white eyeliner along the waterline and out a little in the corner of the eye and under the eyebrow, Benecos White Natural Kajal Pencil
    Light, shimmery eyeshadow in the corner of the eye and a little into the eyelid and lower lash line, Annika's Favorite Shadow.
    Mascara, Palina Drama Queen Mascara.

    Surely you look alert and fresh when you light up so much around the eyes? :)

    What I usually think about is not to lighten up around the whole eye, ie on the whole eyelid up to the brow etc. Because if you leave half the eyelid, the crease and a bit of the lower lash line without shadow, the skin color gives the same effect as if you had applied a darker eye shadow, but in a very direct way.

    If you had lit up around the whole eye, it would have looked pretty flat instead, if you understand what I mean? :)

    Hope you all have a wonderful day today! ♥

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    Helena Amiley
    I write mostly about beauty but also offer glimpses from the entrepreneurial life and the construction of our own camper van. Vanlife here we come!


    1. Hey!
      Could you explain the difference between paese glow powder and the new paese bronzing powder with luster (1P).
      Want one with luster in but do not know which of them.Thank you!

      • Hey! The difference is quite large as there are two products with two different uses. Paese bronzing powder is darker than the skin tone and is used to shape the face and possibly cheat to a little tan. Applied in the deep parts of the face and is available in both matte shades and shades with a little more luster.

        Paese glow powder is only for giving radiance and no color at all, the different shades are so that you can choose one that suits your own skin tone as well as possible. They do not give much color, but a light glow powder on a dark skin can easily look greyish, and therefore are available in different shades. This glow powder can be applied all over the face but I prefer to apply on the areas that reflect light the most which are the high parts of the face such as nose, forehead, chin, cheekbones. Also nice in the cleavage and shoulders.

        In other words, bronzing powder and glow powder have two different functions, and you can use both to your advantage if you want a healthy base with a lot of luster!

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