Sunday, December 11, 2011

Christmas Road Trip: Packing Makeup FOTD

I'm currently working on a series of videos about Christmas Road Trips.  I know a lot of people in my area travel back to their hometown for Christmas and many of them drive.  When you drive, you have a lot more freedom to pack heavily than if you were flying, since there are no restrictions on the weight or amount of bags you can take.  Whatever you can fit in the car goes!  This first video focuses on the makeup I'm packing to go back to Pittsburgh for Christmas.  If you're wondering about what makeup I'm wearing in the video, just read below.
FACE:
- Hard Candy Sheer Envy Face Primer
- Almay Truly Lasting Color Foundation in Ivory (mixed together)
- Rimmel Clean Finish Foundation in Ivory (mixed together)
- Maybelline Mineral Power Concealer in Ivory (blemishes)
- e.l.f. Mineral Eyeshadow Primer (prime undereye)
- Pixi Correction Concentrate in Brightening Peach
- Hard Candy Glamoflauge Concealer in Light (undereye)
- Physician’s Formula Healthy Wear Powder Foundation SPF 50 in Translucent Light
- Hard Candy So Baked Bronzer in Hula Hula
- N.Y.C. Bronzing Face Powder in Sunny (contour)
- N.Y.C. Blushable Crème Stick in Berry New Yorker
- e.l.f. Studio Blush in Blushing Rose
- Too Faced Candlelight (highlight cheek bones)
- Jordana FabuBrow Eyebrow Pencil in Medium Brown
 EYES:
- Too Faced Shadow Insurance
- NYX Nude on Nude Palette
                - lid: bottom row, sixth from left
                - crease/lower lashes: top, ninth from left
                - top lashes: top, tenth from left
                - brow highlight: bottom, first from left
                - inner corner highlight: bottom, tenth from left
- Revlon Colorstay Automatic Liner Pencil in Black (tightline, waterline, top lashes)
- Maybelline Colosol Volum Express Washable in Glam Black
 LIPS:
- NYX Nude on Nude Palette Lip Color (seventh from the left)
- e.l.f. Hypershine Lipgloss in Fairy

2 comments:

  1. You look hot! I think it's the black liner that you used to define your eyes.

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  2. Thanks! It definitely gives a different look!

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