After filming this months empties video I realized that I seem to have separation anxiety when it comes to lip products. I mean, seriously, a six year old lipgloss?
That is gross!
My July Empties
But no longer, four makeup items had to go, and I did finish some skincare as well.
So without further ado, my July 2016 Empties, along with mini reviews and, of course, bloopers at the end!
If you are not familiar with the „Favorite Face of …“ series, click
here for a little introduction. Short story even shorter, it is the makeup that I wore most during that month, featuring the favorite (as in most used) makeup products.
Just like last month I decided to not only list all the products I reached for, but film a quick tutorial to show you the look my half-asleep self managed to create with them.
Being fair, blonde and light in eye color, I sometimes feel like my face lacks definition. Blonde lashes and grey-green eyes blend in with my face until all I see is a blur.
It did get better when I realized I needed glasses six years ago, but the ultimate solution is wearing liner.
So I wear liner every single day.
And while the crisp line the liquid ones give me is my all time favorite, there are days when I want a softer look. Pencils or smudged eyeshadow are too soft already, I needed something in between.
This is where the MAC Fluidlines come in.
I think we all are old enough to know that advertisements and reality usually don’t match.
Sometimes even the claims sound a little odd to me. Case in point? The new
MAC Studio Waterweight SPF 30 Foundation.
MAC Studio Waterweight SPF 30 Foundation in NC 15
According to the sales assistant, your face after applying the foundation should look and feel like you just splashed it with water. Hydrated and glowing.
If I splashed my face with water, it would feel tight, my eyes would get a little red and my nose would start running. Not really that tempting, hm?
Does the foundation actually meet the advertisement claims? Let´s see.