#MOTD: Spring Has Sprung ft. Make Up For Ever

 make up for ever make up 

Lately, I have been in the mood to try out something new so I figured I would do a full face tutorial using one of my favourite brands: Make Up For Ever. A few of these are new items, others I just haven’t tried before and a few are staples in my collection. This look will be pretty summery too since I am SO excited for the season. Enjoy!

 applying step one primer 

Base – Step One Skin Equalizer** in Blue Radiant for a beautiful glow.

 Too Faced Shadow Insurance 

Shadow primer – Too Faced Shadow Insurance to hold my shadows in place.

 concealer fishy face

 Lise Watier Portfolio Professional Corrector 

Concealer – Lise Watier Portfolio Professional Corrector on my redness and under eyes.

 l'oreal true match w2 

 loreal true match w2 applied

Foundation – L’Oreal True Match in W2.

  

mufe eotd

Shadows – MUFE Artist Shadows in D850 I340 M856 for bold, summery eyes. I340 in the inner corner, M856 all over the eyes, in the crease, and under the eye. D850 on the lid for some sparkle!

 mufe ink liner and eye shadow 

Liquid eye liner – MUFE Ink Liner** to make the eyes pop even more. Also, look how pigmented the eye shadow is on the brush!

 mufe hd powder

Setting Powder – MUFE HD powder to set everything and give a flawless finish.

 mufe smokey stretch mascara  

mufe smokey stretch mascara swatch

mufe smokey stretch mascara apply

Mascara – MUFE Smokey Stretch Mascara** for some volume and lots of length.

 mufe hd blush in 410

Blush – MUFE Sample HD blush in 410 for a dewy glow.

 Annabelle Skinny Brow liner in Universal medium 

Brows – Annabelle Skinny Brow liner in Universal medium.

 MUFE Aqua Rouge  

Lips – MUFE Aqua Rouge** to showcase the eyes while giving a shine to the lips.


Let me know if I should do more tutorials and make up looks! I love doing them but think they may not be everyone’s thing.

 mufe full face 


Til next time, ttfn x

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9 thoughts on “#MOTD: Spring Has Sprung ft. Make Up For Ever

  1. this is a great tutorial and i love how vibrant your MUFE palette is! also that smoky stretch mascara is wow! i think your tutorials are awesome and great job taking the photos, i could never manage that bit 😛 the only thing is the photos (on firefox for me anyway) are a bit large which make it more difficult to see/follow the steps. but overall i vote lots more tutorials please 🙂

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