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May 1, 2015

Easy Minimal Makeup Look | 6 Products Total!

Minimal makeup seems to have become a thing in my life lately. I've even been using my fingers more than I have been reaching for my brushes to transform my face from looking drab to awake and presentable. My routine has basically been narrowed down to these six products which I've been reaching for more than any others. I thought it would be fun to show you how quick and easy they are to apply, and how much of a difference they make as you will see in my before and after shots.

This is what you would see me wear on a typical day out. Sometimes, I'll go for added liner and a bolder lip when I can spare the few extra minutes. I've been really digging this champagne cream shadow and sheer coral lipstick - they make a nice spring combo in my opinion!

Products Used:

La Roche-Posay Effaclar BB Blur in Light* (reviewed here)

Benefit Creaseless Cream Shadow in R.S.V.P.

Wet n Wild Coloricon Brow & Eye Liner in 648 Taupe

Prestige Total Intensity Beyond Lashes Dramatic Precision Mascara* (featured here)

Clinique Cheek Pop Blush in 01 Ginger Pop

Rouge Doux Sothys Lipstick in 141 Corail Vivienne* (reviewed here)

What has been your go to makeup look lately?

*Disclaimer: Products were provided for review.


  1. I need to get one of these Clinique blushes asap! They're so pretty! I love that orangey coral lipstick too, so gorgeous on you.
    Olive & Ivy

  2. so "fresh" makeup look!well done!

  3. I love how simple this look is; even I could do it!
    My "go-to look" has been simply foundation.. I've been lazy to say the least...

  4. That's my kind of look, thank you for sharing! :) Looks so simple and natural, love the lipstick.


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