Wearable Makeup Trends 2019 – Easy eyes, red lips

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Makeup trends – I can´t be the only one that keeps looking them up, but struggles to incorporate them into their actual routine.

Don’t get me wrong, I do wear more makeup than the average woman, but what looks gorgeous on a 20 something on the runway doesn’t necessarily flatter a 40 something doing the groceries.

 

Makeup Trends 2019
Soft eyes and red lips – a fresh spring look

 

But seeing that I am stuck in kind of a makeup rut, I decided to challenge myself and see if I can actually adapt the Makeup Trends 2019 to my life – runway to real life, if you will.

To ease into it, I picked the one that was closest to home: Easy eyes and red lips.

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Quick makeup for mothers

I often get asked why I wear make-up on a daily base. After all, I spend most of my days at home, looking after the Little Bean and typing away on my laptop.
So apart from the postman stopping by, who should care?

Well, it is simple.
I do.
Putting on make-up gets me started, the same way a quick shower and brushing my teeth does. I feel put together, ready to conquer the day, ready to get something done.

Of course, I by no means put on a full face of make-up every day. Especially during the first weeks after the Little Bean was born, quick and easy was the way to go.

So today I am going to share with you my quick go to make-up for moms.

Looks like a lot, but in fact isn’t.

 

This is going to be a picture heavy post, beware.

Have a look at my early morning mirror reflection. Teething baby, anyone?

Awkward face, tired and undone.

 

A peachy corrector to hide those under eye shadows.
Makes you look more awake in seconds. Using the MAC Concealer palette.

 

A cream eyeshadow on my lid. Almost no blending required. I usually go for a rosy-gold.

L´Oréal Infallible eyeshadows work well for me

 

Dab some golden eyeshadow on top. Using your finger will save you time cleaning brushes…

This gives extra dimension and staying power

 

Curl your lashes and apply mascara. This makes such a difference! (Mascara reviewed here)

L´Oréal False Lash Butterfly.

 

Apply a layer of Tinted Moisturizer or BB-Cream to even out your skin tone. (BB Cream reviewed here)

Just a light coverage will lift your features without having to worry about blending.

 

Concealer if you got blemishes or scars.

A life saver, as my skin was in a horrible condition throughout pregnancy. Again my MAC palette.
Blush is a must, if you are pale like I am.
Max Factor Cream Blush in Soft Cardinal.

 

Blend the blush, obviously…

A little flush never hurts.
Eyebrows! Just a quick brush through with a tinted gel is all I did.
Alverde tinted eyebrow gel in blonde

 

A concealer, doubling up as a highlight in the inner corner.

Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 02

 

And if you are feeling extra fancy, a little something on the lips.

L´Oréal Paris Color Riche L´Extraordinaire in Rose Finale

 

And the finished look. Nothing dramatic, but looks like a good nights sleep and a little effort.

 

If you don’t take pictures while doing it, you can be finished in about five minutes. Ideal for the busy mom on the go!

Do you wear make-up on a daily base?

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