In this week’s makeup tutorial I’m testing out Glo Minerals makeup; a mineral-based, antioxidant-blend makeup line that is not tested on animals and is cruelty free.
Today’s look is part one of two looks I created using products from the brand.
Stay tuned for part two; a classic bridal makeup.
After moisturizing my skin, I used the Glo Minerals Satin Cream Foundation to even out my complexion. This offers a smooth, buildable and full coverage finish.
I contoured my face using the Glo Minerals Contour Kit in Dark. This palette offers two deep shades to define the facial bone structure, and two lighter shades to highlight the skin. I dipped my Nadittude Love Nadia Cheek Enhancer Brush into the darker shade then swept it on just below the cheek bone and along the jawline to define and create a subtle shadow.
I then used my large highlighter brush to apply the light highlight shade of the Glo Contour Kit to the high points of my face (cheeks, bridge of the nose and brow bone.)
Using my finger, I applied a small amount of the Glo Minerals Shado Primer, which offers a long lasting, crease-proof and smudge-proof finish.
Using the Glo Minerals Velvets Palette, I contoured the crease of my eyes with the warm cinnamon shade. It’s a lovely shade to enhance blue and green eyes, and the eyeshadow is highly pigmented.
For extra definition, I applied the deep plum-brown shade into the outer corner of the eyelid crease and blended it into the eyeshadow I applied previously. Blending is always key.
I wiped away any shadow fallout with a clean brush, then applied Glo Mineral Under Eye Concealer. I curled my lashes and applied Glo Lash Lengthening Mascara in black.
I swept the apples of the cheeks with Glo Sheer Petal blush, using the Nadittude Love Nadia Cheek Brush. Blush should always be applied at least two fingers away from the nostrils.
On my lips, I applied the Glo Cream Glaze Crayon in Chiffon.
The completed look.
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