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The Easiest Make Up For Valentine's Day

Valentine's day is approaching faster if you plan to celebrate this romantic day with your special someone. I have a beautiful makeup look for you, and it will only take 15-20 minutes, and you'll look flawless and impressive without overdoing it. This look is suitable for brunch-lunchtime but also excellent for a date night. I'm a busy mother with two kids. When it comes to 'me time,' it takes me approximately ten minutes to prepare myself daily (if I get lucky), and I constantly get interrupted. So I learn to do everything faster.

As a busy mother and wife, I don't have the luxury of taking one or two hours to put on my makeup unless I go to a black-tie occasion or the Oscar party (Yeah, in my dreams!). But other than that, I got ten minutes, and if I spend more than ten minutes, I'm wearing my kids doing a screaming match, fighting over the remote control. Then I stressed out, and my makeup would be ruined before I knew it. So yeah, the struggle of motherhood is real, but I love every minute of it!

Ok, back to our makeup look for Valentine's day; what I love the most about the look is the lipstick; the color is pleasing, demure, and sensual, just in time for spring.

For starter: Wash and dry your face, put on the Urban Decay B6 Prep spray, and let it dry; this product hydrates, prep, and minimizes pores and redness on your face. Put on your primer on your face and under-eye primer. Apply your concealer under the eyes using your fingertip, apply by patting style, and blend well. Cover any flows or marks over your face, but remember not over put them; otherwise, it will look cakey. I was hoping you could put on the cream powder; I chose this powder because it acts as a powder and foundation and is easy to apply; use the sponge side as a foundation and use the velvety side to apply cream makeup as a finishing powder. It will look natural and will stay throughout the night. Put the bronze and apply it on your forehead, cheekbones, under your jaw, and side of the nose and blend well. Now, sweep your favorite brush through the powder blush you choose and tap to remove excess powder. Then, brush along your cheekbones softly and blend them well. Next, take a highlighter and sweep to the bridge of your nose and the upper side of your cheekbones.

For eye shadow, start with the primer for your eyelid

I Use the gorgeous Swamp Queen Palettes from Grav3yard Girl, and first, I Use Big Baby along the top and bottom lash lines. Next, I use Sippy Sippy from the lash line to crease. Then, blend #SPS and Uncommon into the inner lid. Use the eyeliner pencil on your top eyeliner and lower eyeliner and blend nicely. And to make it more appealing, apply your liquid eyeliner to your upper lash line. Then, move out towards the outer edge of your lash line. Curl your eyelashes and put on two or more coats of mascara. Now, sweep your favorite brush through the powder blush you choose and tap to remove excess powder. Then, brush along your cheekbones softly and blend them well.

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Thank you so much for reading, and happy weekend! xoxo


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