What you will need:
- Quick drying moisturiser -Simple
- Primer - Fuschia Face Primer
- Foundation - mix Studio Fix nw35 with Mineralize Moisture nc25
-Foundation- Fuschia Mineral loose powder in fawn(love this!!)
-Mineral foundation brush- Kabuki Brush
- Liquid foundation brush - Macs Duo Fibre Brush
-Under eye concealer- Mac Prolong Wear Concealer in nc20. I would also recommend to use a day eye cream before applying this concealer as it is very long lasting but has no built in moisturiser. If you use No.7 Eye Cream and gently pat it around the eye first it works best and means that the concealer doesn't look dry or cakey.
-Eyebrow kit- Benefit Brows
-Eyeshadows- Mac Typoggraphic (outer corner) and Fuschia eye dust in Sand Beige (inner eye lid)
Eyeshadow brush- Crown Deluxe Crease Brush and Blending Brush
-Gel liner - Fuschia Blackout
-Eyeliner brush- Fuschia Angle Liner
- Mascara- Rimmel Lash Accelerator
-Lashes- Individual lashes by Ardell short and medium
-Eyelash glue- Ardell DUO strip lash dark tone
-Contour- Benefit Hoola
-Blush- Mac Fleur Power
-Highlighter- Fuschia Enhanced Polish
-Setting powder- Ben Nye Buff
-Lipliner- Max Factor Red Rush
-Lipstick- Rimmel Mayfair Red Lady 510
-baby wipes,tissues and cotton buds
So, to create this look firstly apply the moisturiser all over your face. Add your primer and then mac liquid foundation to blend in with your tan or your natural skin colour, using your foundation brush.
Use your eye shadow crease brush and apply the sparkly eye dust in the inner lid (don't go above the crease and press the dust instead of brushing). Take the darker eye shadow and apply to the outer corner, not going above the crease either. Go in an upwards direction following the outer corner of the eye and going towards the end of the eyebrow.
Use your blending brush and blend the eye shadow (the two colours together and the line you have made under the eyebrow). You can blend using a circular motion or window wiper motion until there is no obvious line.
Fill in the eyebrows using more product at the ends and less product as you reach the beginning of your brow. Add concealer around the outside the brows to make them more neat. There is usually an access of eye shadow that you don't want under the eye, so wipe it clean. Apply your eye cream by dabbing it on with your wedding finger gently and then add your concealer under the eyes. Also add concealer to any blemishes.
Now, use your kabuki brush and apply loose mineral foundation in a circular motion(avoiding eye area). It is important not to use a large amount of this foundation at once, it is better to gradually build up otherwise you will have a very shiny face.Take your Ben Nye powder and a sponge and press this onto the t-zone and under eye area (it does not sit into any fine lines or wrinkles). This sets and takes the shine of your makeup but still leaves your skin with a subtle dewy glow. Take your kabuki brush and wipe of access Ben Nye powder.
Moving on to some cheeky contouring! Use the contouring powder along with the brush that comes with it. Start from the top of the ear and take the contour down towards your top lip. Blend this slightly with your kabuki brush in a circular motion. Add blush to your cheeks focusing on your apples and fading it backwards, or from near your ear swiping it to the apple. Add highlighter just above the blush and on your cupids bow.
Eyeliner- this takes a while to perfect but after some practising it comes naturally. Take a small amount of gel liner out of the pot with your liner brush and place it on the back of your hand.
Get your liner brush and wipe it clean with a baby wipe. The baby wipe gives the liner brush a sharp point which is needed for the 'winged flick'.
Apply the liner wee bits at a time slowly along the top lid very close to the lashes. Wipe your brush again to get the pointy tip for the flick, look straight into the mirror and follow your bottom water line in the direction towards the end of your eyebrow. Very lightly mark were you want your flick. The bottom water line is a good guide to keep both flicks the same on each eye. Make the eye liner into a neat upside down 'v' and join to the liner above the lashes.
Add masacara to the top and bottom lashes. If you find that the cluster lashes are too hard to put on yourself try an Ardell strip. Make sure you let the glue sit on the lashes for 30-40 seconds before you apply them. This lets the glue go tacky and makes them so much more easier to work with.
If your eyes are quite small you might have to cut a tiny bit of the lashes at the ends before applying.
Lastly, take some lip liner(most people don't like the sound of lip liner but it stops the lipstick from bleeding and makes the lips look bigger, try using a nude colour to start of) then add your lipstick with a lip brush! You can add lip gloss if you like although I find the colour does not last as long. This look is ideal for formals/Christmas time and especially when you compliment it with a red dress :)
Hope this helped...