I'm definitely no make up expert but I do find applying and experimenting with make up really fun so thought I'd share this fun and easy look! I'm wearing this subtle but sparkly look this New Years Eve but it would work really well for any party or night out. le And lets face it, if you can't go all out on your make up on new years eve when can you?!
To start with I've used my Maybelline Primer, Bourjois CC Cream and Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer with my Real Techniques Expert Face brush to give a natural but balanced base. All of these products are so affordable but also really make a difference, especially the concealer!
I've then used my Real Techniques Blush brush to apply the pretty pink Bourjois blusher in Jasper Rose to the apple of my cheeks and my make up staple Soap and Glory Solar Powder Bronzer all over my face.
I got the gorgeous Naked eye shadow palette for Christmas and I'm slightly obsessed with it! Its such a versatile palette with so many options to experiment and try. For this look I've loosely followed parts of these 2 amazing tutorials (here and here). I've used the gorgeous half baked all over the lid and along my lower lash line, and the lovely Smog along the outer half of my crease.
I've then finished the look with my trusty Roller Lash mascara and Gimme Brow eyebrow gel, gotta love Benefit!
I'm going to a 20s themed club night this year and after spending a ridiculous amount of time deciding whether to do red or nude lips, I eventually decided on nude as I feel much more comfortable in it and I think it compliments the eye make up really well. I've lined my lips using the Rimmel lip pencil in the gorgeous Eastend Snob before using the incredible Max Factor lipstick in simply nude.
What are you doing this New Years Eve? And I'd love to know what you think of this make up look!