I got a new camera and a new eye shadow palette, so I figured: why not make a video using my new camera and palette and see what happens. So on a lazy Saturday, I decided to set up the camera and film a full face make up look and present it to you in real time as much as possible. I had to edit out some parts because the auto focus was bugging me or because I was out of frame or simply long-winded, but please watch this video if you like to see me create a make up look from start to finish, without any speeding up, that I would wear to work.
The decision to film this video was a bit spur of the moment, hence my less than perfect appearance. I work out on Saturdays and I usually spend the day on the couch watching TV series or doing a bit of reading. I was in my sweatpants and cozy cardigan for this video and I thought I’d keep it real and just film it as is.
I wanted to use this opportunity to show you some of my new found make up techniques. One of which, my new contour and highlighting routine, I already wrote about on Monday. But that is not all, I also have a new way of applying blush and powder. To make things even more fresh and new, I am also using the Anastasia Beverly Hills World Traveler Shadow Couture eye shadow palette for the very first time in this video. I swatched it before, but I hadn’t actually used it to create any looks just yet.
Maybelline Brow Satin
Maybelline Brow Drama
NYX HD eyeshadow base
Covergirl Ready Set Gorgeous foundation in 110
NARS Radiant Creamy concealer in Custard
Catrice Nude Illusion loose powder
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Radiant Light
Make Up Revolution Vivid Baked Highlight in Peach Lights
Milani blush in Tea Rose
Anastasia Beverly Hills Shadow Couture World Traveler eye shadow palette
Maybelline The Falsies Flared mascara
Milani Matte lipstick in Matte Darling
Real Techniques Miracle Complexion sponge
Sigma Flat Kabuki Brush F80
Sigma Tapered Face brush F25
Up & Up powder blush
ELF Small Stipple brush
Zoeva Luxe Highlight bruth
Real Techniques blush brush
Sigma E55 Eye Shadow brush
Sigma E45 Small Tapered Blending brush
Zoeva Luxe Defined Crease brush
Sigma E30 Pencil brush
ELF blending brush
Sephora smudge brush
Essence smokey eye brush
Watch the video to find out what I think of the palette, how I use all of these products and brushes and how I do my make up on most days of the week.
I hope you have a great weekend and let me know whether you like this type of video. I am aware it’s not perfect and there is room for improvement, but I am curious to know what type of videos you would like me to make.
Enjoy your Saturday!