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Everyday Makeup Tutorial with Smashbox

Everyday Makeup Tutorial with Smashbox

Everyday Makeup Tutorial with Smashbox

Today I’ve got a simple everyday makeup tutorial featuring the Smashbox Hood Witch Crystalized collection. I bought several pieces from the collection to feature, in addition to including other Smashbox favorites of mine. I love this eyeshadow palette!

For those of you who don’t know, Smashbox is proudly cruelty-free, but their parent company is not.

Purchased by me because I enjoy flinging money at makeup companies, and I’m a sucker for things witch related.

Everyday Makeup Tutorial Video

Everyday Makeup Tutorial Smashbox Hood Witch Crystalized Collection | Cruelty-free

I hope you enjoy this simple full face Everyday Makeup Tutorial with Smashbox!

Everyday Makeup Tutorial Products

Cruelty-free Makeup Look on Hooded Eyes Smashbox x Hood Witch Crystalized Cover Shot Palette Look on Hooded Eyes

Smashbox x Hood Witch Crystalized Collection Look Courtney is wearing Smashbox Maneater Liquid Lipstick

Courtney is wearing the Smashbox Hood Witch Crystalized Collection on her fair skin

Everyday Makeup Tutorial with Smashbox

Eyes
Smashbox Under Eye Primer
Urban Decay Original Primer Potion
Cozzette Beauty Powder in C1 (v)
Smashbox x Hood Witch Crystalized Palette
Smashbox Always On Liquid Eyeliner (v)
Lime Crime Bushy Brow Gel in Smokey (v)
Lime Crime Bushy Brow Pen in Smokey (v)

Face
Smashbox Photo Finish Crystalized Primerizer (v)
Smashbox Studio Skin Hydrating Foundation in .1 (v)
Smashbox Crystalized Primer Water in Aura Shield (v)
Smashbox x Hood Witch Crystalized Palette – highlight
TheBalm Down Boy – blush

Lips 1
Smashbox Crystalized Gloss Angeles Lip gloss in Ya Heal Me?

Lips 2
Smashbox Liquid Lipstick in Maneater

(v) denotes vegan product.

I honestly didn’t expect the Smashbox Crystalized Cover Shot Palette (see my review) to be able to make me fall in love with it in just 3 colors, but it did with Heart Healer, You’re Grounded and All the Heals. This combination makes the prettiest Everyday Makeup Tutorial eye for blue-green eyes like mine. Hell, You’re Grounded is the PERFECT shade to mimic a natural shadow on my skintone.

I’ll be dreaming of Smashbox making a cheek duo with You’re Grounded for contouring and Heart Healer for highlighting. I’m already using Heart Healer as a subtle highlight. So gorgeous!

Red is a classic lip color for a reason! It dresses up a look. If you’re high contrast like I am (dark hair, light eyes, light skin), I feel like I need a red lip to balance out this otherwise minimal look or I appear washed out. You could substitute orange or pink instead of red if you hate reds.

The Smashbox Always On Liquid Eyeliner is excellent and lasts all day. It might be my new go-to liquid liner.

I have to give high marks to the Smashbox Studio Skin Hydrating Foundation in. I’ve been using shade .1 for several months now and it always blends into my skin well. It’s comfortable to wear, too. I really need to do a timed wear test with it because I think it easily lasts 12 hours for me.

I adore the Smashbox Photo Finish Crystalized Primerizer! It’s great at hydrating my dry sensitive skin and giving me a bit of a pearlescent sheen under my foundation. I’m going for that. Yes, I wanna glow all over!

I really enjoy all of the Smashbox Primer Waters and the Crystalized Primer Water in Aura Shield is excellent. I think I still prefer the smell of So Chill Coconut over Aura Shield, but they both perform beautifully. I think I’m getting into the LE setting sprays. I don’t feel guilty using them up and I enjoy the different scents.

Smashbox Super Fan Mascara is currently my favorite mascara (followed by Eyeko Black Magic). It was what I would wear daily until I went back to lash extensions again. I love the brush shape on the Super Fan Mascara. It does a good job of coating all of my lashes and not getting clumpy.

In case you don’t know, Smashbox makes a ton of quality staple makeup products, making them ideal for everyday makeup wear. They even have a huge vegan section on their website to make it easy to shop vegan with them. However, I noticed another nifty feature on their website. If you click on the Benefits tab on any product page, it usually has all the details about the product including whether or not it is vegan.

What do you think of my Everyday Makeup Tutorial with Smashbox? Do you use any Smashbox staples?

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