Beauty On A Budget: Christmas Make-Up Look 2 Tutorial

On December 10th, I was out at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre with my sister Sharon at Christmas Queens and in this tutorial I am re-creating my make-up look from the night. All products used are from Dealz, Euro Saver and Euro Giant. There is some similarities between this tutorial and the last tutorial so you get two similar looks but with differences that make a whole new look. The next tutorial will be very different from these two but I thought it was a nice look and I wanted to share how it was done with you all.

So without further ado let’s get to this …

 

First off here is me before the tutorial:

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Step 1

 

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Primer on!

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Foundation on!

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Concealer on!

Using Miss Beauty London Perfect Face Primer and Make Up Gallery Make Up Sponges 24 Pack, cover your face and neck and rub the primer in. The smaller triangle sponges are great for any blending of the primer under your eyes. Using Manhattan Fresher Skin Foundation – Classic Ivory and Make Up Gallery Make Up Sponges 24 Pack, cover your face and neck and rub the foundation in. The smaller triangle sponges are great for any blending of the foundation under your eyes. Using Max & More Make-Up Concealer Liquid – Medium dot under the eyes, just in the middle of the forehead leading off from the nose area, lightly around the face and on any blemishes. Rub in well with Make Up Gallery Make Up Sponges 24 Pack. Again the little triangle is great for under eyes.

 

Step 2

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Using the smaller brush from Make Up Gallery Cosmetic Brushes shown above, place the gold shade (3 shades in on the right in the above photograph) on your eyelids from Max & More Nude Look Palette and as a highligher blend into the top of your cheeks and put in the corners of your eyes for a little extra shimmer. Using Max & More Mascara With Argan Oil – Black place on the top and bottom of your top lids and the tops of your bottom lids. When coating the under part of your top lids wriggle the brush through for extra volume and length. Using Make Up Gallery Brown 4 Soft Kohl Eyeliner do under your eyes. Using Make Up Gallery eyebrow brush, the bigger one shown above, from Make Up Gallery Cosmetic Brushes, brush your eyebrows with the thin teeth side first and then with the fuzzy side. Using Miss Beauty London Eye Brow Kit, put on the black side of the palette using the brush provided and brush through your eyebrows.

 

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Step 3

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Sadly I couldn’t find out who the company was that created the red lipstick. The shade is called 334 Mercatura and was made in Germany. But there is plenty of inexpensive red lipsticks available and any of them in a similar shade to this one will do the job. Put on the red lipstick generously, applying more to your bottom lip for extra shine. Cover with Miss Beauty London Lipstick Sealer.

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Step 4

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Set with Max & More Makeup Setting Spray.

 

Step 5

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Hope that helps! 🙂

All products in this tutorial were purchased from three shops: Dealz, Euro Saver and Euro Giant:

  1. Miss Beauty London Perfect Face Primer: €1.50
  2. Make Up Gallery Make Up Sponges 24 Pack: €1.50
  3. Manhattan Fresher Skin Foundation – Classic Ivory: €1.50
  4. Make Up Gallery Cosmetic Brushes: €1.50
  5. Max & More Make-Up Concealer Liquid – Medium: €1.50
  6. Max & More Mascara With Argan Oil – Black: €1.50
  7. Make Up Gallery Brown 4 Soft Kohl Eyeliner: €1.50
  8. Max & More Nude Look Palette: €1.50
  9. Miss Beauty London Eye Brow Kit: €1.50
  10. Miss Beauty London Lipstick Sealer: €1.50
  11. Miss Beauty London Nail Colour – Cosmic Glitter: €1.50
  12. Red Lipstick: This was €2.00 so roughly that price. €1.50 – €2.00 or so.
  13. Max & More Makeup Setting Spray: €1.50

 

See you all next time! 🙂

 

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