Tag: best beauty tips
It’s been a while since I’ve shared the love, so today’s post is all about my favourite current bloggers/ YouTubers. I don’t really watch videos but I never miss one from these three ladies, unless it is really a topic that is irrelevant for me.
Here are the girls. And I did not intend to choose the photos where they all are wearing sun glasses but I think these are pretty cool. All the photos are from their Instagram accounts which are linked below.
Farrah Tells (link)
Farrah is a friend of mine so, of course, I am excited that she is finally filming. She uploads short and sweet videos packed with useful information. Also she is not afraid to talk about controversial topics like face shaving. I personally can’t wait for her to share her style tips, and, honestly, just about everything. Kill it, girl!
Poppy D (link)
As I’ve already said,
*this is a sponsored post
It is well known how hard it may be to find the right shade of the foundation, often it can cost a lot, as buying the wrong shade and formula is not an uncommon thing. However, there are ways to save some money when it comes to buying makeup. For example with couponing websites such as Discontrue.com or RetailMeNot. You can find there numerous promos for all your favorite shops including Kohl’s.
And here are more tips on how to achieve a complexion of your dreams.
Department Store Shopping
During your next department store trip, take three different foundations and apply near the jawline. You’d want to check the shades in the natural light to see the best match. After choosing the one that looks the closest to your skin tone – apply it all over your face to see how it feels on the skin during the day.
Last week was a very busy one for me and I hardly got any sleep, so in the mornings it was a big challenge to a) get out of my bed b) look half decent. This made me analyse what products I was reaching for in such situation makeup wise.
Since you want to look radiant and glowing and not shimmering, shiny and “sweaty” don’t go overboard with the products you use. One illuminating/highlighting product is enough, and it’s up to you to decide on which stage you’d like to use one.
It can be a primer and my pick would be Illamasqua’s Satin Primer, as it gives a beautiful healthy sheen to the [dry] skin. But if sheen is not enough for you, there are a lot of primers with delicate shimmer on the market, so you can go for one of those.
Illuminating bases (foundations and tinted moisturizers) are a big hit, as you can