{Clean Beauty w/ B.}

I have been really digging clean, simple no-makeup makeup looks. I love it when the skin looks healthy, glowing and very well loved. There is just something so beautiful about a clean look. One that enhances a woman’s natural beauty instead of covering it up. This is exactly what we went for with this shoot. My model, B, looked radiant. She already had beautiful skin, but in these photos, she appeared to have this lovely natural glow coming from within as opposed to it being applied on top of the skin. Only a few products were used here in the first look.

M A K E U P    B R E A K D O W N:

{Skin Prep} Sonia Roselli Water Balm Skin Prep
{Corrector + Concealer} MAC Pro Longwear Concealer in NC15 + NC20
{Foundation} Temptu Silksphere Airpod in Sand (#4)
{Powder} Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder
{Blush + Highlight} MAC Cremeblend Blush in Brit Wit
{Eyes} Colourpop Cosmetics eyeshadow in Dreamboat
{Eyebrows} Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Powder in Medium Brown
{Lips} Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Charm

After snapping some photos of this look, I layered a bit more eyeshadow and topped it with Colourpop Cosmetics eyeshadow in Take The Lead. This is when I added some brown mascara. I used Maybelline Lash Sensational in Brownish Black. I also lined her lips with Make Up For Ever’s High Precision Lip Pencil in N23 and smudged it out with a lip brush.

After a quick wardrobe change, I couldn’t help myself but add a bit of The Balm’s Mary-Lou Manizer.

And I also changed the lip color… This time I used Make Up For Ever Rouge Artist Intense #43 mixed with Rouge Artist Natural #48.

When we were about to wrap up the beauty shoot, we decided to try out one more look! Everything remained the same, except we added a pop of blue along the bottom lashline. I used Make Up For Ever’s Aqua Eye Pencil in 7L and MAC eyeshadow in Electric Eel. It was such a fun look!

Which look is your favorite on B?

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