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LOTD: Simple Neutral Makeup for Work


There was a time
I used to look into my father's eyes.
In a happy home
I was a king queen, I had a golden throne.
Those days are gone,
Now the memory's on the wall.
I hear the songs
From the places where I was born.

That's what I have been listening to over the past couple of weeks while getting ready for work, singing at the top of my lungs...

My father said,
"Don't you worry, don't you worry, child.
See heaven's got a plan for you.
Don't you worry, don't you worry now."
Yeah!






So essentially, I what I really do is, put my headphones on, blast this song on my phone and then start putting on my makeup for work, leaving my mind completely blank... This resulted in me doing the exact same makeup everyday, subconsciously... And when I say 'exact same makeup', I mean the exact same makeup, down to the same products and even the same brushes! Talk about the mind and its power to work on autopilot!

Breakup of the Look:
1. In an endeavour to go for a neutral and a toned down look, I have kept the colour palette neutral and have brought in some colour with only a pink blush

2. I have kept the base even with the help of a medium coverage foundation.

3. I haven't overly mattified my face as it ends up looking severe... I have hence kept my look dewy as it looks more natural.

4. Finally I have used a fixing spray to keep my makeup in place all day.




Makeup Products Used:
2. Rimmel London Hide The Blemish Concealer
3. MAC Studio Fix Powder Foundation
4. MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack
6. Rimmel London Volume Flash Scandal Eyes Mascara
9. Kryolan Fixing Spray

What do you think of the look? Do you think its is too simple? Should I add some more colour?

Comments

  1. OMG Suma Sharma, you are really killing it with the Club eye shadow. So waaaaant it NOW !
    A very Happy New Year to you :)

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  2. Very, very pretty!

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