Clean Beauty Makeup Tutorial
Hey fam, today I’m bringing you a Clean Beauty Makeup Tutorial. You know I don’t buy into the marketing hype about clean beauty, but it’s very popular right now so yes I am trying to take advantage of the fact that people are searching for clean makeup tutorials. I created a clean beauty complexion makeup tutorial to share with you. Every product I used is a cruelty-free makeup product, of course. 8 of the 11 items I used are vegan makeup, too. This is my everyday makeup routine for my face right now – primer, highlighter, foundation stick, blush stick, and contour.
Everything except the lashes purchased by me. Lashes were gift from a family member.
Clean Beauty Makeup Tutorial Video
Watch the Video at Youtube with Closed Captioning!
Clean Beauty Makeup Tutorial Look
TheBalm Put a Lid On It Primer (v)
Lime Crime Prelude Exposed Palette (v)
Magnetic False Lashes
Milk Kush Brow Gel in Cypher (v)
Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer (v)
BareMinerals Highlighter Stick in Indigo Girl
BareMinerals Complexion Rescue Stick in Opal (v)
Tarte Busy Gal Blush in Mood (v)
Rituel de Fille Intuition
Melt Lip Pencil in Ambrosia (v)
Lime Crime Plushie Glow in Fruit Cake (v)
I love how this entire look turned out! From my hair to my eyes to my lips, it’s so pretty and light. I normally don’t gravitate to looks like this, so it’s a nice change. I also couldn’t believe how much I loved the Lime Crime Prelude Exposed palette on my eyes.
bare Minerals Complexion Rescue Hydrating Foundation Stick
This is a very hydrating complexion tutorial for sensitive dry skin with rosacea like mine. The bare Minerals Complexion Rescue Hydrating Foundation Stick comes in 20 shades from deep to fair. The shades seem somewhat forgiving since Opal is listed as a very fair cool pink tone and I’m a very fair neutral to cool yellow tone. As I mention in the video, Opal isn’t a perfect match to my undertones (it appears a bit pinker / darker than the rest of me), but I think it is very wearable. If only it came in a neutral or yellow undertone!
With my Milk Hydro Grip Primer I get a good 8 to 10 hours of wear. I can make it last longer if I use a setting powder. I appreciate the coverage, longevity and ease of use with the stick. If I have to touch up, it doesn’t get cakey when I apply it with my finger tips and tap it out.
As I’ve mentioned elsewhere, I’m really hooked on foundation sticks lately. I find them to be the quickest, easiest way to apply foundation and get the perfect amount of coverage. The bare Minerals Complexion Rescue Hydrating Foundation Stick is the most hydrating foundation stick that I’ve tried to date. Below are my favorite foundation sticks.
- Milani Foundation Stick in Porcelain (v)
- bare Minerals Complexion Rescue Hydrating Foundation Stick in Opal (v)
- Milk Makeup Flex Foundation Stick in Porcelain (v)
I am also a huge fan of the bare Minerals Floral Utopia Highlighter Stick in Indigo Girl. I was worried that it would be too glittery, but it’s not. It’s got a gorgeous duochrome shift. The base is a pinky lavender and it has a blue violet shift. There are only two highlighter sticks that I love currently.
- Milk Makeup Holographic Stick in Supernova (v) (on sale right now at Sephora for $18, marked down from $28)
- BareMinerals Highlighter Stick in Indigo Girl
Do you enjoy foundation sticks or highlighter sticks? Have you tried out a Clean Beauty Makeup routine? Let me know what you think of my Clean Beauty Makeup Tutorial!
Donna Jensen says
Your nails! I love them!
I always go back to Bare Minerals complexion products. This looks really nice on you!