The (Affordable) No Foundation Makeup Look

beauty blog makeup tutorial

I think that this has to be the most random video I’ve ever filmed. I just switched the camera on and waffled away and it was only because the eyeshadow palette I tested was so good that I added a proper intro to the start of the video and decided to make a go of editing it. It really is a bit of a “warts and all” sort of thing, but actually I love the finished makeup look and the products that I was playing about with all work really well together.

I said recently that often my best makeup looks were done off-camera: maybe I should just leave the camera casually rolling away more often. The banter isn’t very professional (Ray Winstone impression anyone?) and I’m wearing a towel on my head throughout, but I think I’m in a more relaxed frame of mind and so up for mucking around with textures and finishes.

budget drugstore makeup tutorial

So here we are; my No Foundation Makeup Look using high street (or “drugstore”) products. The No7 skin illuminator and Bourjois concealer I bought this week are fabulous – very fresh-feeling and perfect for the spring and summer – but the piece de resistance has to be the Makeup Revolution eyeshadow palette by Jane at British Beauty Blogger. It’s a tenner and has just about every flattering shade you’d ever want. (Find it here.)

Watch, share, laugh, cringe, enjoy:

Boots No7 Skin Illuminator in Nude, £12.50: http://tidd.ly/394dafeb

Bourjois Radiance Reveal Concealer in shade 2, £7.50: http://tidd.ly/4c7a43b7

Max Factor Creme Puff Blush in Nude Mauve, £8.99: http://tidd.ly/3e56602a

Makeup Revolution British Beauty Blogger Palette, “Fortune Favours the Brave”, £10: http://tidd.ly/485fe18e

L’Oreal False Lash Sculpt Mascara, £9.99: http://tidd.ly/6bc02501

Lanolips Tinted Balm in Perfect Nude, £7.99: http://bit.ly/25N09c5

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