Natural Strobing Daytime Makeup

Are ready to look naturally beautiful and feel fresh and confident as you go about your day? Everyday makeup should cover blemishes, define your bone structure and highlight your pretty eyes without making you look overdone or vamped up. Applying some foundation and powder, light eye makeup and a neutral lipstick will create a natural, polished appearance.

Here is a subtle and pretty step-by-step photo tutorial that is simple yet perfect for anytime!

1. Start by Perfecting Your Skin

First wash with cleanser and a cloth to gently exfoliate your face.

2. Prime and Moisturize

This will help your makeup go on more easily and create a better final look. Choose a good face moisturizer that works with your skin type. Massage it gently all over your face.

3. Apply foundation that matches the tone of your skin

Choose a foundation that works with your skin type and matches your coloring. Liquid foundation is a fine choice for many types of skin. You can also use tinted moisturizer or BB cream.

PRODUCT USED: BENEFIT Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow Brightening Makeup in Petal

4. Apply concealer

If you have dark under-eye circles, go one shade lighter. Apply a light amount of concealer using either a concealer brush or your finger by dabbing it under your eyes and gently blending it in. This will make your eyes look bright instead of sleepy.

PRODUCT USED: L.A. Girl PRO.conceal HD High Definition Concealer

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5. Apply Powder

This will give your face a natural-looking finish and help set your foundation so that it stays in place all day.

PRODUCT USED:Ben Nye’s Bella Luxury Banana Powder.

6. Fill in your Eyebrows

Always keep it natural and not too overdone. This will make you look youthful.

PRODUCT USED: Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Medium Brown.

7. Set your eyebrows and highlight

This makes even the thinnest eyebrows instantly thick, full and natural-looking.

PRODUCT USED: Kiko unmeasurable mascara con fibre, Benefit Lemon Aid concealer.

8. Warm up a neutral shadow shade

Brown eyeshadow is my least favorite color to wear as it blends in so much with my brown eyes and this will make your eyes brighter.

PRODUCT USED: Mac soft brown dupe.

9. Curl and Apply Mascara

Always curl eyelashes before applying mascara.

PRODUCT USED: Eyelash Curler from Fanny Serrano, Rimmel Scandaleyes Mascara.

10. Blush and Contour

This will create the illusion of perfect symmetry. Also apply  warm peaches or pinks and these shades give your skin a natural, subtle flush.

PRODUCT USED: MAC 6 Color Contour & Blush Palette

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11. Highlight your Face (Strobing)

The main goal for strobing is to concentrate a highlight on the highest points of your face, where light would naturally hit, to create a “glow from within” dewy, radiant complexion.

PRODUCT USED: Anastasia Ultimate Glow Kit

12. Inner-Eye Shimmer

This is optional. This will make your eyes looks brighter.

PRODUCT USED: Anastasia Starlight Illuminator

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13. Apply lip color

Use a pink or neutral-colored lipstick or lip gloss to finish your everyday look.

PRODUCT USED: Clinique Chubby Stick Intense Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm in shade Roomiest Rose, CoverGirl Lip Perfection Jumbo Gloss Balm in #240 Apricot Twist.

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Voilà!!!

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Muse: Trishia Sinco Quiray

Photos: Heintje Mendoza 

Makeup by yours truly! 

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4 thoughts on “Natural Strobing Daytime Makeup

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    Here is a subtle and pretty step-by-step photo tutorial that is simple yet perfect for anytime!

    Thank you for having me ❤

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