September 22, 2013

Naturally Bright Make-Up Look for the Autumn and Winter Season 2013

Natural Nude Make-up Look has been seen on many catwalk this season, and it also happens to be one of my favorite makeup looks. It’s so soft and looks effortless, almost like thrown on the face very quickly. I love to pair this look with trendy autumnal tones such as burgundy, peacock and pine.
Here is the step by step tutorial to achieve this look.

Here is also the video of the makeup look :

Step-by-Step Make-Up and Products used

Step 1
Lush Feeling younger skin tint mixed with a light moisturizer: Apply this mix all over your face as a base.
Step 2
MAC Face and Body  shade C2: Apply a sheer foundation where needed 
Step 3 and 4:
YSL Touche Eclat: Apply the highlighter straight down the middle of your nose, under the eyes, the forehead, cupids bow and chin and blend with your fingers or small duo fiber brush.
Step 5
MAC Paint in Bare Canvas : Apply a nude cream eye shadow as a base as all over lid colour.
Step 6 and 7
MAC  Eyepencil in Taupe: Outline the shape of your eye with dark brown eyepencil and bled the pencil  in to the roots of the eyelashes with your fingers
Step 8
MAC Paint in Bare Study : Apply a shimmery golden cream eye shadow to the center of the eyelid.
Step 9
MAC pro longwear eyeshadow in fashion mix: counter your eye socket with a taupe grey shade also apply the taupe grey eye shadow to the lower eyelids and blend towards the corner of the eye with a pencil brush.
Step 10
 Shue Uemura Eyelash Curler: Curl your eyelashes with the curler
Step 11
Apply black mascara to the top and bottom eyelashes and comb through with a clean eyelash brush to define and separate eyelashes.
Step 12

 Define the eyebrows with a brow gel. 
Step 13

MAC Color base in Shell:  Apply a champagne highlighter on the top of the cheekbones,  straight down the middle of your nose, cupids bow and chin with your fingers. 
Step 14
Bobbi Brown Pot Rouge in  Pale Pink: Apply a light warm pink cream blush on to the apple of your cheeks and blend with your fingers.
Step 15
Tom Ford Lipstick in Indian Rose: Apply a light rose lipstick with a lip brush. 

Hope you liked the look! Let me know in the comments what you think!

xxx Marina

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  1. Hi Marina! This is the kind of make up I love to do in fall and winter, you did it so perfectly, your skin is so glowing and beautiful. Looking so pretty! Kisses dear! xo

  2. Anonymous21:20

    I have to say I'm really impressed by your skills! You have a really good eye for which colors go well together. So many gurus overdo their makeup but you just look perfectly polished every time without looking overdone! Yet you are able to keep it fresh with differences between the looks. Have to say I'm impressed. I've bookmarked this blog.


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